Alumni: I Felt Loved


Abbey Welch (2016) is a sophomore at NC State University and is studying Education.  She chose education because:

“Teachers created in school a place where I felt loved … My teachers wanted to know me for who I was … And because of that, I want to enter into a classroom and make sure kids – for however long I have them in a day … I want to make sure they know how loved they are.”

Abbey is an HPCA “Lifer” – she attended the Academy from Kindergarten through 12th grade.  Abbey was Salutatorian for HPCA’s Class of 2016.  While at HPCA, she participated in Student Council, Interact Club, Beta Club, National Honor Society, Science National Honor Society, Volleyball, and Varsity Soccer.  She has always planned to work in a profession where she can tangibly care for people, particularly children. 


HPCA Mission Statement
High Point Christian Academy is committed to Christ-Centered, quality education and academic excellence in partnership with family and church within a loving, caring atmosphere.

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National Merit and AP Scholars


Congratulations to the following students for their outstanding academic success.

National Merit Scholarships

National Merit Semi-finalist – Courtland Starr
The path to becoming a semi-finalist began in his junior year when he, along with about 1.6 million juniors in more than 22,000 high schools, took the PSAT. The highest-scoring students in each state became part of the nationwide pool of semi-finalists, which represents less than 1 percent of U.S. high school seniors. 


National Merit Commended Student – Hunter Curlee
Commended students placed in the top 3% of 1.6 million students.

AP Test Awards and Recognition

The AP Program recognizes high school students who have demonstrated outstanding college-level achievement through their performance on AP Exams.  Following are awards for HPCA students that took AP tests in Spring 2017.

AP Scholar with Distinction – granted to students who receive an average score of at least 3.5 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams.

  • Yuhua (Olivia) An
  • Nick Carrol
  • Caroline Harris
  • Timothy Lo
  • Austin Perryman
  • Meredith Yates

AP Scholar with Honor – granted to students who receive an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on four or more of these exams.

  • Caroline Pryce Martin

AP Scholar – granted to students who receive scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP Exams.

  • Hunter Curlee
  • Abigail Fernandez
  • Jeb Gable
  • Alex Robbins
  • Sydney Rowan
  • Anna Selzer
  • Courtland Starr
  • Riis Widner



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Best Private School in Southern Triad


High Point Enterprise readers voted High Point Christian Academy as the Area’s Best Private School in the Southern Triad.  HPCA serves families in 40 zip codes and 90 churches.  

  • AP Classes and millions in scholarships
  • Technology enriched
  • Award winning Fine Arts
  • State Champions in Athletics
  • All with a Biblical Worldview


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HPCA Summary Magazine 2016-17


We are looking back at the 2016-17 school year at HPCA. Our 21st year was packed with great accomplishments and events.

The summer edition of the Cougar Connection includes

  • academic accomplishments
  • service projects
  • spiritual emphasis
  • fine arts and athletics summaries
  • and lots of pictures

Click on the cover for a 36-page summary of 2016-2017.

Share with your family and friends!
A few printed copies are available in each school office.

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Top Athletic Awards


The Cougar Athletic Department presented the Female and Male Athletes of the Year, and an Outstanding Career Achievement Award.

The HPCA Cougar Athletes of the Year are chosen by the coaches. Preference is given to an athlete who has participated in more than one Varsity sport, and was chosen All-Conference and/or All-State in at least one of them. These athletes show leadership skills on a consistent basis on their teams. Congratulations to junior Maggie Williams and senior Dre Davis.

The Outstanding Career Achievement Award is given when there is an athlete that goes over and above All-State, Conference Player of the Year, and/or All-Conference. This athlete has not only had an outstanding career for the Cougars, but has had amazing achievements on their travel/club team.
(Examples: Nationally ranked, All-Region or All-American, Olympic team or tryouts.) This award is not given every year.  Congratulations to senior Sydney Rowan.


Maggie Williams played all three seasons – she played Varsity Tennis in the fall, was All-Conference in Basketball in the winter, and was a starter on the girls Varsity Soccer team this spring.  On the basketball team, “She was the lifeblood of our basketball team and the spiritual leader of the team. On the court, Maggie did everything for our team. She led the team in scoring, assists, steals and rebounding.”  For soccer, “Maggie impacted our soccer team both on and off the field. Her hard work and desire to get better each day pushed our team to a higher level. She is a servant leader in our program.”


Dre Davis also played in all three sports seasons – he was All-State in Football, a starter on the Basketball team and All-Conference in Track in the spring.  For the back-to-back state champion football team, “Dre was an impact player on our team. He was 2nd in receptions and yards. Teams had to change their defenses to cover him.”  For basketball, “He is not only physically gifted but he worked very hard each day at practice. Dre was a joy to coach.”  And in Track & Field, “Dre is a tremendous athlete with unlimited potential. He is one of the best sprinters in the 3A. He won every 100 and 200 except one this spring. He finished 2nd in the shot put in the conference.”



Sydney Rowan had an outstanding volleyball career at HPCA and on her club teams.
While at HPCA, she was

  • PACIS All-Conference 2013 – 2016
  • NCISAA All-State 2013 – 2016
  • PACIS Player of the Year 2014 – 2016
  • Varsity Starter since 8th grade
  • HPCA Career – 1741 Kills
  • HPCA Career – 1328 Digs
  • HPCA Career – 267 Aces
  • HPCA Career – 47% Kill Percentage
  • Greensboro News and Record All-Area Player of the Year



Her Club accolades …

  • Beach Volleyball Ranked #1 in Nation age 14
  • USAV Beach Nationals ages 13, 14, 15
  • 5th in Nation at Beach Nationals age 16


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HPCA 2017 Valedictorians and Salutatorian


AUSTIN PERRYMAN is the Co-Valedictorian for HPCA’s Class of 2017.  Austin is the son of Rick and Holly Perryman and has been an HPCA student for 13 years, earning him the school designation of “Lifer.”  While at HPCA, Austin has participated in the Interact Club, Student Council, and Varsity Men’s Tennis.  He was the Secretary of National Honor Society/Beta Club, Vice President of Science National Honor Society, and Captain of Varsity Men’s Soccer.  Austin was voted to the Homecoming court for three years.  He qualified as a finalist in the National Merit Scholarship program, and received the Good Citizen Award from the DAR, the Erskine Fellow award, and a nomination for NC Governor’s School.  Austin attended the Rotary Youth Leadership program, the Teen Leadership High Point program, and the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership NC West seminar.

Austin will attend NC State University in the fall.  He attends Westchester Baptist Church where he is a member of the Youth Council, plays piano, serves in children’s ministries, and has established a program that provides gift cards and Bibles to community members in need.

MEREDITH YATES is the Co-Valedictorian for HPCA’s Class of 2017.  Meredith is the daughter of Barry and Dana Yates and has been an HPCA student for 11 years.  While at HPCA, Meredith has participated in the Interact Club, Mock Trial Team, Varsity Women’s Tennis, and was the keyboard player for Chapel Praise Team.   She was the President of Beta Club, President of National Honor Society, Member of Science National Honor Society, and Rotary Student of the Month.  She attended NC Governor’s School East, Hugh O’Brian Youth (HOBY) NC West Leadership Seminar and HOBY World Leadership Congress in Chicago, and volunteered as a junior facilitator at HOBY NC West seminar.

Meredith has performed over 100 hours of community service each year since her sophomore year.  She has been awarded the National Merit Commended Scholar, Nido Qubein Associates Scholarship, and the National Beta Club Scholarship.  Meredith will attend the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill pursuing a major that will prepare her for Law School.  She attends Mercy Hill Church.

NICK CARROLL is the Salutatorian for HPCA’s Class of 2017.  Nick is the son of Michael and Cara Carroll and has been an HPCA student for 7 years.  While at HPCA, Nick has participated in Beta Club, National Honor Society, Science National Honor Society, and Varsity Men’s Tennis.  He is the Secretary for SNHS and received the Improved Player award in Tennis.  Nick has volunteered at Greensboro Urban Ministries, participated in Walk for Life, and tutored Chemistry at HPCA.  He is the recipient of various HPCA acadmic and college scholar awards.

Nick will attend NC State University and pursue Electrical Engineering.  He attends Green Street Baptist Church.

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Longtime Preschool Teachers Retire


HPCA Preschool is proud to recognize two retiring teachers, Mrs. Debbie Fox and Mrs. Robin Weisner.

Mrs. Fox has been in our program for 20 years teaching the 4-year-olds. She began teaching when her oldest daughter entered Kindergarten at the Academy. In addition to teaching at the preschool, she has been the Academy’s Afterschool Director for grades K-6 for the ten years. She has two daughters, Julie and Lauren, and each graduated from the Academy.

Mrs. Fox said she will miss all the “firsts” she has experienced with students over the years: writing their name without help, crossing the monkey bars on the playground, learning each Bible verse, etc. Her most memorable times are the 4-year-olds singing in the Elementary Christmas program.

She has brought much valuable knowledge to our preschool program over the years and is willing to go above and beyond to help her students achieve their goals. She has had high expectations of her students and they have delivered. Mrs. Fox you will be missed.

Mrs. Weisner has been in our program for 17 years. She has taught 2-year-olds, worked as a lead teacher in 3-year-olds, and then moved to a lead in our 4-year-old program. She began teaching when her older children began school at the Academy.

As she began teaching, Mrs. Weisner realized how much she loved her preschoolers. She is blessed when the student’s eyes light up when they understand the concepts she is teaching. She loves it when they learn about Jesus, memorize their Bible verse and then share the gospel with their parents. She will miss the “I love you’s”, hugs and kisses from the students.

We will miss the gentle spirit and loving nature she has extended to our students. She has a big heart when it comes to loving her class. She, too, has shared valuable help and knowledge about the program through the years. Mrs. Weisner you will be missed.

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