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Hampton Christian Schools

Private School | Grades PK, K-12
2419 N Armistead Ave
Hampton, VA 23666
(757) 838-7538

About This School

Hampton Christian Schools is located in Hampton, VA. It is a private school that serves 567 students in grades PK, K-12. Hampton Christian Schools is coed (school has male and female students) and is Christian (no specific denomination) in orientation. The school belongs to the Association of Christian Schools International.

In 2008, Hampton Christian Schools had 10 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Virginia average is 18 students per full-time equivalent teacher.

Students (2008)

567

Students Per Teacher (2008)

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Hampton Christian Schools Reviews

By , a Former Student on

I do not support a formal education system, but  if you have to send your child to a formal education, do not send them here. The teachers  constantly yelled and told our class we were stupid.  When we needed help, the teachers would tell we should of paid attention. The teachers were mean right from the beginning in 4k. I'm glad I dropped out in third grade.  Unschool your kids!!!

By , a Parent on

My son attended Hampton Christian since he was 3 years of age.  He is now in the 1st grade and I am so appreciative of the faculty and staff.  He has been reading since 3k and from September to January 2012 he has read and tested (98% avg.) on more than 40 books.  The librain is awesome!  I beleive the emphasis HCES places on their reading/phonics programs helped my son do well overall.  I  recommended Hampton Christian Elementary to two neighbors and they now attend HCES.  I would also recommend your child attend HCES.

By a Parent on

Hampton Christian is great.  My daughter is in Kindergarten and can read, do basic addition, and can write clearly.  The faculty and staff is very caring and attentive.

By , a Parent on

Hampton Christian is one of the best schools in the area, private or public.  The teachers are well educated on what they teach and they genuinely love the kids.  The discipline in the classroom is great so that the classes are not rowdy and the other kids learn. The other aspect is that the parents must participate in their child's learning process.  This not only gets the parent involved but it also supports the teachers in what they are teaching because the child understands the importance of the work because their parent is helping achieve their goals in school.  I can't say enough positive things about HCS, their educational program, and the staff.

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