Horizon Christian Academy will welcome students back August 19 for the 2015-2016 school year at all 3 locations. Call or stop in to learn more about our school and enroll your child.
HCA Coliseum Supply Lists now available at http://www.horizonca.org/on-coliseum--3301-coliseum-blvd-east.html
We will recognize the Horizon Christian Academy Class of 2015 on June 5, 2015 at 7pm. The graduation ceremony will take place at the Abundant Life Sanctuary 3301 E Coliseum Boulevard. Please join us in celebrating our accomplished scholars!
Horizon Christian Academy on Coliseum Supply List
Horizon Christian Academy is proud to embark on our fourth year of educating and equipping students.
-Four years ago, we opened our doors with 34 students and now serve 450 students
-Horizon Christian Academy has been State Accredited since the first year of operation. Our students benefit from advanced studies in Pharmacy, Respiratory Therapy, Nursing, Media and Public Communications, Mechanical Engineering, Sports Medicine and Counseling, to name a few.
-Students benefit from smaller class sizes and a Christian environment, developing excellence in academics and personal character.
-Fifteen students, with parental support and approval, have made independent decisions to become baptized disciples of Jesus Christ.
-Horizon operates in three locations, and has created over 65 jobs in serving the needs of a wide range of educational and behavioral needs. Our Christian principles, excellent academics, and the desire to develop the individual gifts of students has fostered:
Academics – We have students who are excelling and exemplary in academics and personal character. They serve as outstanding examples for the rest of the student body.
Athletics – We offer basketball, bowling, volleyball, and look forward to adding soccer and cross-country next year.
*Our boy’s basketball team was the second highest scoring offense in the Nation this year at 82 plus ppg. This year we have the number two scorer in the Nation, with over 39 ppg, and drawing national attention from college scouts.
Creation Club – Students meet once a week for fellowship, discovering what it means to be a Christian outside of the school-day activities.
Arts – Through Music, Drama and Choir, students are given a chance to share their artistic talents through Christmas programs, Chapel, athletic events and our Celebration of Gifts Spring event.
-Although funding a private school presents unique challenges, we are thankful for God’s faithfulness in meeting our needs through the investments and stewardship of committed partners. Praise Him!
-We work with businesses and higher institutions of learning, as well as local churches, to mentor and mature our students and future leaders. Community partnerships enrich and enhance the learning we are able to offer our students.
-Our mentoring program pairs older and younger students together for tutoring and role models. The mentoring program develops leadership skills and builds relationships within our student body.
-The lives of our students tell the story of Horizon Christian Academy’s impact on the lives we serve. We value the opportunity to continue transforming the lives of our students, families, and community!
Contact the office or ask your child's teacher for information regarding enrollment for next year.
Celebrate the Holidays in the Neighborhoods- Horizon Students to Sing at "Christmas on Broadway" Tree Lighting!
For the ninth consecutive year, Fort Wayne's holiday season gets underway with, "Christmas on Broadway," the annual tree lighting on the Broadway Plaza (in front of the Shine & Hardin Law Offices), one of Fort Wayne's favorite holiday traditions. Again this year St. Joseph Hospital, Indiana Michigan Power, Horizon Christian Academy, Lake City Bank, WANE-TV, Majic 95.1 WAJI, and Shine & Hardin, LLP sponsor the kickoff of Fort Wayne's 2013 holiday season on Friday, November 22, 2013, at 6:00 p.m. when the lights on a massive 40-foot Blue Spruce at the Broadway Plaza will be illuminated. The celebration is one of the many holiday events sponsored in part by the Downtown Improvement District.
The tree, which will be delivered to the Broadway Plaza by Mudrack Tree Services on the morning of November 15, 2013 (and which will be televised on WANE-TV, News Channel 15), will be put in place by a crane and crew from Harold McComb & Son Construction. During the next seven days, until the tree lighting on November 22, Summit City Electric, Vision Scapes and A Yard Apart will prepare the tree for illumination, that being no small task given the size of the 40-foot Blue Spruce.
For the remainder of the holiday season, the WANE-TV Weather Cam, in real time color, high definition, will be strategically located on the Broadway Plaza, tracking holiday season traffic on one of Fort Wayne's most traveled corridors, as well as capturing the beauty of the multi-colored 20,000 light Christmas tree. The placement of the camera in the core of the urban community demonstrates the importance to WANE-TV of the thousands of residents and small businesses that comprise this portion of our community.
The Majic in the Morning team from MAJIC 95.1 WAJI, will be broadcasting live from the Broadway Plaza on November 22, beginning at 5:00 p.m., and will be providing regular traffic updates that evening to help facilitate easy access for those driving to and from the event.
The tree lighting will be preceded by live holiday music, featuring the Horizon Christian Academy Chorus and the crowd favorite, the Holiday Jazz Ensemble. Holiday food and beverages will be provided by Hall's Restaurant, as well as an appearance by Santa and Mrs. Claus and their live reindeer. The Polar Express will also provide train rides for the children throughout the evening.
"This is the ninth consecutive year for our "Christmas on Broadway" holiday celebration and it just keeps getting bigger and better!" said event coordinator, Steve Shine, Senior Partner of the law firm of Shine & Hardin, LLP. The Christmas tree is a symbol of the unity of the surrounding neighborhoods that comprise an important part of the Broadway Corridor, those being the Creighton-Home Neighborhood Association, Historic South Wayne Neighborhood Association, Historic Oakdale Neighborhood Association, Fairfield Neighborhood Association, Illsley Place Neighborhood Association, Williams-Woodland Neighborhood Association and West Rudisill Neighborhood Association. This year's tree was donated by Fabian and Agnes Gabrek of Fort Wayne, Indiana.
"We are deeply grateful to the many businesses that help defray the costs of this event. They have chosen to use their funds to maintain and build the strength of our community's families and urban neighborhoods. They have donated their time, effort, and financial resources to continue to make this much anticipated event a reoccurring celebration of the holiday season and to keep their commitment to help maintain a strong urban core of our great city," Shine said.
Christmas on Broadway is part of WANE-TV's celebration of the holidays, which includes the telecast of Steve Shine's Annual Holiday Marathon, to be broadcast on Christmas Day from 9:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m.
Go to this site to schedule today!
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From the founders of HCA
"By providing Christian values, academic excellence and individual student development, we believe that we can be of great service to the families in our community."
Horizon Christian Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. Horizon Christian Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.