High Point Christian Academy’s Annual Fund Fundraiser
Doubled The Goal Raising Over $104,000!
High Point Christian Academy held a Fun Run and Color Run for their Preschool – 12th graders on Thursday, October 25, as their annual school-wide fundraiser. With a goal to raise $50,000, HPCA families and friends rallied together and raised over $104,000! With over 500 students who participated in the event, it was truly a site to be seen! With a true passion for their school, students took ownership of setting and raising their personal goals and encouraged family members and friends to support the cause.
Fundraising incentives included Preschool receiving a Movie and Ice Cream Day, Elementary and Middle School Principal, Scott Prokaska, Media Center Specialist, Kelly Walker, and Middle School Science teacher Todd Farlow all getting slimed. Major incentives, which were met, included Head of School, Keith Curlee and High School Principal Willie Guida who both agreed to have their heads shaved!
“Over the past 10 days I have watched as families and friends have come together to help raise money for our school. I am blown away at the good hearts, the big supporters and the love our community has for High Point Christian Academy,” states Keith Curlee, Head of School at High Point Christian Academy.
HPCA thanks everyone who made an impact this event, including the Red T-Shirt Company who donated t-shirts for the students to wear.
High Point Christian Academy asks for support of the Annual Fund in order to give their faculty the resources they need to continue providing an outstanding Christ-centered educational experience for our students. All gifts to the Annual Fund are unrestricted and go directly to support the school’s operating budget. Annual Fund dollars are used to support activities and programs offered by the school.