Harbert Hills Academy

Harbert Hills follows Christ’s model of education, with campus industries that provide opportunities for students to learn a skill and defray school expenses. Students are able to work in the Harbert Hills Nursing Home, Bread of Life Bakery, WDNX Radio Station, and the School Farm. Electives include graphic design, accounting, choir, piano, orchestra and individual lessons. Vocational opportunities include auto mechanics, woodworking,
radio broadcasting, Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA), youth outreach and food service. Spiritual development comes from daily devotional time, worships, chapel programs, week of prayer and fellowship with faculty and staff.

Mission Statement

We are committed to providing students a harmonious Christian education focusing on academic excellence, applied skills, and character development to enable self reliance and to know the joy of service.

Educational Program

b2tvAL4hc2_4IGgD8wSWU4R9U55qUxhG79kVlZGye-cHarbert Hills Academy is committed to academic excellence, incorporating hands-on and project-based learning experiences linking the mental to the physical and spiritual, teaching the students to be independent thinkers, with strength of character and nobility of purpose.

The original principles of education, instituted by God in the “school” of the Garden of Eden, are applied. The Bible is the textbook. Nature, the farn, the field and the laboratory are the classroom, where students are transformed into active, lifelong learners.

The school’s beliefs regarding Christian education are based on the Scriptures and the counsel written by Ellen G. White. The aim our our Academy is to provide opportunities for students to develop academic, vocational, and social skills as well as a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

Xyii2wBpgFReC1hueeNvzmfctxTI_ErM_50rTfg97IQOur core curriculum is mastered through applied instruction, work study, and service, to empower students for active roles in our global community.

Harbert Hills Academy features practical aspects of vocational training and applied skills, from auto mechanics to woodworking to digital photography. Our students come here from around the world and frequently enjoy various athletic activities right here on campus and during trips to local parks.

Music is an important aspect of the experience here at Harbert Hills. Some of the many opportunities for students to grow and develop their musical talents include vocal and instrumental opportunities.

Every year the staff at Harbert Hills coordinates Mission trips for the Seniors and all the students are also given opportunity to participate in a mission trip either her in the U.S. or abroad.

For more information about Harbert Hills, visit their website at www.harberthills.org or call 731.925.3098.

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