Did you know that High Point Christian Academy offers a variety of afterschool activities for our younger students? If your student has not participated in one of these clubs, make sure to sign them up next year! These activities are in addition to our athletics program.
Bel Canto Choir with Mrs. Kristain Coffey
The HPCA Bel Canto choir is a 3rd and 4th grade vocal ensemble committed to glorifying God and ministering to others through song. We rehearse after school on Wednesday afternoons and have had performance opportunities at HPCA Choral concerts, HPCA chapel services, retirement communities and the Carowinds Festival of Music.
CANTARE! with Mrs. Connie Loy
CANTARE! is an auditioned performance-based ensemble. This audition-based group is open to 5th and 6th grade students. They rehearse one day a week after school. These singers participate in seasonal concerts and perform at special events around our community. CANTARE! is for students that love to sing and want to be an ambassador for HPCA on and off campus through song.
Code Club with Mrs. Caroline Medlin
The HPCA code club for 3rd- 8th grade students is run by high school students who are experts at coding and teaching others. They love sharing their knowledge and ability with their elementary and middle school counterparts. Thet program with Scratch (which uses Java) to make just about anything you can imagine!
Junior Beta Club with Mrs. Cynthia Ellas
The Junior Beta Club is available by nomination only to middle school students who excel with their academic achievements, character, service, and leadership.
Faith Builders LEGO Club with Mr. Kirk Oakley
At Faith Builders LEGO Club, we have lots of creative fun! In addition to creating amazing free builds and building awesome sets, we memorize and discuss Bible verses that help us to build our lives on the firm foundation of Jesus Christ. Children can earn LEGO sets for the verses they memorize.
Robotics Club with Mrs. Caroline Medlin
The HPCA Lego Robotics Club is open to students in grades 4-8. The session involves building a lego robot and then programming it through various challenges. There are two different 10-week sessions: the Fall Session is for beginners and the Winter Session is for more advanced students (those who have participated in the club two or more times before).
Interact Club with Mrs. Angela Norris
High school students are able to participate in the Interact Club, which focuses on developing their hearts to want to serve others. By participating in activities such as food drives for local food banks, adopting a teacher, events for those in need within our community, and across the globe, this club works to captivate a servant's heart.
Imago Dei Club with Mrs. Page Curlee
The Imago Dei Club bases its foundation on the account of creation in Genesis 1:26 in which it is says that humanity is formed in the image and likeness of God. High schoolers who participate in this club are able to learn about, and engage in a variety of cultural experiences. Our international students present their home cultures through presentations, authentic foods, and tangible symbols. While all people's groups are celebrated, we rejoice in the commonality of all being made in His image.