YOUTH MINISTRY CORNER
JAM & AWANA MINISTRIES: Come and join us for a new and exciting year in AWANA and JAM at 7:00 p. m. in the James J. McCord Education Building.
AWANA/Teen Ministries Need You!!
The AWANA and Teen Ministry are seeking adult volunteers. If you have the desire, patience and devotion to help the youth in our community grow in their knowledge of God’s word, we need you. The ministry meets every Friday, except the 3rd Friday. Please contact our youth minister, Rev. Altheria Barnett by email, firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also contact the Administrative Office at 301-773-6655.
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PARENTS, GRANDPARENTS AND CHRISTIAN FRIENDS, the Highland Park Christian Academy NEEDS YOU!!!
Highland Park Christian Academy is one of the oldest of the 122 private schools in Prince George’s County that provides spiritual, academic and social development for Pre-K2 through 8th grade. The only one missing at HPCA is your child, grandchild, godchild, relative or friend’s child.
Enrollment for the 2017-2018 SY is ongoing
Mark Your Calendar!!
Please remember to pick up your Honey Baked Ham orders on Monday, November 20, from 1 - 6:30 pm in the HPCA cafeteria. See Rev. Costella Davis or Deacon Lena Thompson for details.
HPCA SING OFF WAS A MELODIOUS SUCCESS!!!
The Highland Park Christian Academy held its “Sing Off” Musical competition with this year’s theme – “Disco/Funk.” Classes performed and sang various songs under this genre. Lip syncing was prohibited. Pre-K4 through Middle School classes were judged in the following categories: Vocal quality, performance (execution, stage presence, and energy), participation, and creativity. First Place received a $100 class prize, Second Place, a $75 class prize, and Third Place, a $50 class prize. Students in Pre-K2 and 3 received a class party for their participation.
Did You Know?
HPCA middle school students had the opportunity to visit SciTech labs in Baltimore, in October. This field study allowed them to investigate critters that inhabit the Chesapeak Bay. Sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students discovered how to use a water sampler and a dissection scope. They collected water samples from the Inner Harbor and learned how to identify different species of organisms living on a biofilm disc. They tested the water for temperature and salinity and explored how water quality affects the species of organisms found at different depths.