Harvest Christian Academy
Watauga, TX 76148
About This School
In 2010, Harvest Christian Academy had 12 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Texas average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Harvest Christian Academy Reviews
Harvest is a great place to teach! The other teachers, administrators and parents are all very supportive. We're working towards a common goal of educating our students in a Christ-centered discipleship program. Because our class sizes are small, we can spend more time working with each student and meet their individual learning needs. If you're looking for a quality Christian School Harvest is the place.
Harvest is an incredible institution that "walks the talk." It provides a safe, Christian environment in which the student can learn without obsticles often present in a public school. I have been involved with the school for 9 years, and can't say enough good things about it. It is a refuge from the very liberal public school environment.
My daughter, who is now in 8th grade, started attending Harvest last year. She adapted quickly to the school and found it easy to make friends and get involved. The environment at Harvest definitely supports the focus on discipleship and challenging academics. Our experience with teachers and staff has been extremely positive. I so appreciate that teachers model a Christian lifestyle and have a focus on mentoring students to become not only strong students, but future Christian leaders. I would highly recommend Harvest to anyone that is looking for a strong academic program with a sound spiritual environment for their Christian children.
Harvest Christian Academy is a discipleship model school which gives it a distict personality from other private or Christian schools. We were looking for a school that would give our children a Christian learning environment and viewpoint, while still challenging them academically. Harvest Christian Academy does all this, along with many sports and fine arts to keep students involved, and well-rounded.
An added bonus is that it goes through HS, so my students have the opportunity to be involved in and mentored by older students.