History

“Training Minds to Lead and Hearts to Serve”

 
Harvester Christian Academy (HCA) was established over 25 years ago as a ministry of Harvester Church, now Chapel Hill Presbyterian Church (CHPC).  Beginning initially with kindergarten through third grade and sharing a multi-purpose space,  the school was well-received by the community dictating the addition of grade levels and the expansion of facilities. Classroom space was added in 1991, the gymnasium building in 1995, and the high school in the fall of 1996.

 

Growth continued and the school emerged as a viable entity.  Recognizing this, the CHPC session ascribed greater sovereignty to the school and established HCA as a distinct corporation in November of 1999.

 

Harvester Christian Academy celebrated its first graduating class in 2001 and continues to be known for its nurturing, family-oriented community.  Today HCA serves students from throughout the west Georgia region, representing more than 80 different churches.