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Accredited & Accountable
Yes, Hillcrest Christian School is fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI). We are committed to the highest quality in our academic programs and we are also committed to individualizing our teaching techniques and curriculum to meet the needs of each student.
Above all we are accountable to the Lord. The educational philosophy of Hillcrest Christian School is based on a God-centered view of life. We partner with Christian families to help students develop their talents, abilities, and character to impact this world for the Lord.
We Keep You In The Loop
Our online school system management platform, RenWeb, gives you and your children access to up-to-date information about grades, test schedules, classroom events, transcripts and more. Of course, there’s an APP for that. You can access your Renweb account via smart phones and tablets.
In addition, Hillcrest Christian School sends families a weekly email newsletter, a quarterly INDEPTH magazine, and our ParentLink program allows us to call all parents immediately. Of course, our web site is also up-to-date with information about latest HCS events, school announcements, sports scores, and more.
We Love Our Parents
We know it is the parent’s responsibility to bring up their children in the discipline and instruction of the Lord. (Ephesians 6:4). We believe it is our calling to partner with them in this important directive from the Lord.
Parental involvement is an important key to success in school. We encourage parents to be involved through our Parent Faculty Association, key school advisory committees, and required volunteer hours. Our parents are also prayer warriors, sports boosters, fund raisers, classroom helpers, field trip drivers, and most importantly proud evangelists for our school.
Hillcrest Christian School offers a wide variety of sports teams in our elementary school, middle school, and high school. Our high school teams participate in The California Interscholastic Federation (CIF). We also have competitive sports teams for our elementary and secondary students.
From our successful competitive CIF sports teams for high school to our skill development, all-play, programs for middle school and elementary, we understand how important athletics can be to the development of the whole child.
HCS News and Announcements
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ATTENTION ALL ALUMNI FROM the CLASSES of 1989-1997!
The HCS classes of 1989 through 1997 are planning two exciting reunion events. Join us for the Reunion Dinner on Friday, June 26, 2015 and on Saturday, June 27, 2015 for the Reunion Picnic and Potluck. read more…
The Hillcrest track and field team competed at West LA College on Thursday, April 16, and had a GREAT day with many personal bests. read more…
The HCS track and field team had their second league meet April 9, at Santa Monica High School. read more…
On Friday, March 27, Hillcrest Christian varsity baseball Saints jumped out to an early lead on Newbury Park Adventist and captured an 11-0 victory. read more…
Hillcrest Christian varsity baseball Saints jumped out to an early lead on Concordia and captured a 12-1 victory on Monday, March 23, at Conejo Creek Ballpark. read more…
ATTENTION MIDDLE SCHOOL AND HIGH SCHOOL PARENTS
COLLEGE AND CAREER PLANNING SESSION
On Thursday, April 23, during school hours, middle school and high school students will participate in a special seminar entitled Planning a Path with Purpose presented by Tom Horan. Students will be given the opportunity to take an assessment online prior to the assembly that will help them receive maximum benefit. read more…
Tuesday, March 17 is St. Patrick’s Day so all students are allowed to have a “Green” free dress day.
All items of clothing should follow dress code guidelines.
No torn jeans, tank tops, or inappropriate graphics on shirts.
Pizza, soda, popcorn, candy, games with prizes, and Big Hero 6 will be happening in the auditorium for all 7th and 8th grade students from 6:00 to midnight. read more…
Here ye, here ye! Medieval times will be celebrated at Hillcrest Christian School with a medieval marketplace on Tuesday, February 24, led by the entire seventh grade class. read more…
Join us as the HCS drama department presents two performances, Friday May 8 and Saturday, May 9.. Tickets are available in the school office. read more…
The seniors will be hosting their last pancake breakfast of the year on Friday, May 1 from 7:00 – 8:30 AM.
Treat your kids to a pancake breakfast with all the fixings! This is a great opportunity to share breakfast with friends, give mom a break, and support our senior class.
Donations are greatly appreciated and will be collected at the door.
IT’S TIME TO GET YOUR RAFFLE TICKETS
Send in the raffle form that was sent home with your child, buy online, or in the front office.
April is the LAST month we can gather and log all Oaks Mall receipts to earn $$ for HCS in the Oaks Mall School Cents contest! read more…
Monday, May 4
10:30 AM – Preschool Field Trip to Underwood Farms
5:00 PM – Elementary Girls Soccer vs. Ventura Missionary @ Cornerstone
Tuesday, May 5
Calculus AP Test
3:00 PM – Elementary Girls Soccer vs. Pleasant Valley @ Cornerstone
Thursday, May 7
Spanish 5 AP Test
1:45 PM – PFA Meeting
3:00 PM – Elementary Girls Soccer vs. Cornerstone @ Cornerstone
3:30 PM – Varsity Baseball vs. Calvary Christian @ Freedom Park
Friday, May 8
2:00 PM – Elementary Soccer vs. Conejo Adventist @ Cornerstone
7:00 PM – Beauty and the Beast
Saturday, May 9
2:00 PM – Beauty and the Beast
The November issue of HILLCREST INDEPTH is a blockbuster! We are loaded with articles and photos from preschool, elementary, middle school, and high school. read more…
Currently, the Honors Government class is studying our First Amendment Rights which so many Americans assume will always be there. We take little heed of President Reagan’s warning that, “Freedom is a fragile thing and is never more than one generation away from extinction. read more…
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