High School students enter a new world as they grow from home school to homework.
Harvest High School students meet on campus four days each week, Monday through Thursday. While Friday is considered a school day and work is assigned the student schedule is flexible and Friday is an opportunity for apprenticeship, internship, service projects and extra curricular activities.
Bible is required for all high school students for all four years.
All HCHS core courses are offered at honors level.
Block Schedule & Dual Enrollment
High School classes are offered by combining the traditional class structure with block scheduling.
Core courses such as Bible, English, Math and some Sciences are taught Monday through Thursday, while classes such as History, Foreign Language, some Sciences and other electives meet either on Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday each week.
Block scheduling for most classes provides more time to offer hands-on, applicable exercises with extended classes and the opportunity to dual enroll with Florida State College at Jacksonville. Juniors and Seniors may be eligible to dual enroll, earning college credit while still in high school.
The Principal and Vice-Principal will oversee and guide those students who qualify and pursue the dual enrollment track.
Harvest Community High School has developed a five-year plan that guides students through their high school requirements and toward plans for their future. The program begins with a meeting with parents of eighth-grade students, walks each student through the grade level requirements, and ends with a program for seniors to discuss their transition to college.
Dating vs. Courting
It is the desire of HCHS that all families are in agreement and like-minded when it comes to purity. Although the specifics on how each family chooses to direct their child in this area may vary, the goal is the same. In Biblical relationships, commitment precedes intimacy. Within this model, the man should follow the admonition in 1 Timothy 5:1-2 “…to treat all young women to whom he is not married, as sisters with absolute purity.”
This information should assist families who are considering Harvest as a home for their student. Our desire is to come alongside parents and partner in the spiritual growth and maturity of their student.
Now flee from youthful lusts and pursue righteousness, faith, love, and peace with those who call on the Lord from a pure heart.2 Timothy 2:22