“With every step you take, think about what He wants,
and He will help you go the right way.” –Proverbs 3:6 ERV
Do all students have Bible classes?
Yes. The Bible is taught as part of, as well as throughout, the regular academic program on all grade levels. Students are taught that the Bible is the only true Word of God and that there is no other book which is included with or supersedes it in authority. Furthermore, students will be taught that all truth is God’s truth and that all knowledge centers around God. Students are taught the love of God and the commandments of God according to the Scriptures.
What is your school calendar?
Our school year starts the middle of August and ends in late May
What are your school hours?
Kindergarten 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon
Grades 1-12 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Grades 1-12 (Friday) 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Is there a religious requirement to attend Hyland?
We welcome students and families who appreciate the worth of Christianity and the practice of honest Christian ethics.
Do you have a school lunch program?
Students bring their own lunches. They have the option to bring a cold lunch or items to be heated. Parent and grandparents volunteer to be our “Hot Mamas.” Hot lunches are often frozen personal pizzas, burritos, frozen entrees, or leftovers placed in microwave-safe containers. Thank you “Hot Mamas” for helping us have warm meals. Frequently, as a class project fundraiser, students have the option to purchase a Chick-Fil-A meal or pizza.
Do students wear uniforms?
No. We do have a dress code. Guidelines for our dress code are outlined in the HCS Parent/Student Handbook.
What professions do your graduates have?
“God blesses the vocations of those who will serve Him. . . not a magical life that is smooth,
but how to cope with what comes to you in life as a blessing.”
- Dr. Dave Bland
Sign Language Interpreter
Business and Finance
Construction Business Owner
Director of Senior Citizen Home
High School Teachers
and more to come…
HCS Alumni can identify with Dr. Crawford W. Long’s perspective:
“My profession is to me a ministry from God.”
Engraved on one of Georgia’s statues
National Statuary Hall Collection in the US Capitol
Can I tour the school?
Absolutely. You may call the school office and schedule a personal tour.
Do you keep your doors locked?
You can ring the bell and a staff or faculty member will open the door. We have parking lot and entry door security cameras. Students are not allowed to go to the parking lot without staff or faculty observation. Our safe environment allows students and faculty the opportunity to concentrate on the business of learning without having to deal with fear of intruders.
What is the tuition at Hyland?
A full breakdown of our tuition and fees can be found on our tuition information page.
Are students required to go to chapel?
Yes. Each school day begins with chapel. Check out what happens in chapel on the HCS Community link.
What is your discipline philosophy?
Hyland Christian School, through its board, administration, and faculty is committed to the development and maintenance of high standards of moral conduct in its students. In order to accomplish these purposes, we have established specific codes of conduct and we seek to reinforce these standards through teaching, example, and firmness, fairness, consistency.
What are the age requirements for entrance into Kindergarten?
Kindergartners should be 5 years of age by September 15th.
Kindergartners are tested in the following areas:
Fine motor skills
Ability to hold and use a crayon and pencil
Social interaction with an adult that is not a family member
Speech fluency and
General knowledge-6 basic shapes, color names, counting to 10, visual recognition of numbers to 10, letter recognition, etc.
Does the school offer transportation services?
HCS does not have buses. Several families carpool. There is a sign-up sheet for those interested in carpools at the “First Day of School Tea.” There is an RTD stop at the corner of the property on the NW corner of Sheridan.
Do you have advanced placement classes?
No. Graduates have voiced our demanding curriculum is often considered the equivalent of an Advanced Placement curriculum. As a result, our students frequently select to CLEP some college courses.
Do you have scholarships?
Currently we have no scholarships available.
What colleges have Hyland graduates attended? (Alumni: We will add Duke and Pepperdine as soon as we obtain permission. If your university is not listed here, contact us, and we’ll obtain permission to add it.) Hyland Christian School alumni have graduated from the following universities: