Our Mission

It is the mission of Harvest Preparatory Academy to guide each student into a high level of academic achievement and success through the development of their Personal integrity to their family, community, school and self; and to attain this success through an academically rich rigorous educational program.

Why Harvest?

See the Difference.

The program at Harvest Preparatory Academy differs from those offered at other public schools. While the major objective in public schools is to provide an excellent educational experience for each child, the process used to achieve excellence varies widely from school to school.

With this in mind, Harvest Preparatory Academy is different for many reasons:

Time-honored curriculum and teaching methodology

As a traditional school, Harvest Preparatory Academy uses time-honored curriculum and teaching methodology rather than fad, fashion, and educational innovations. Harvest Preparatory Academy has a sequential and consistent curriculum across the grades.

Strong emphasis on reading, writing, spelling, and phonics

Reading, writing, spelling, and phonics are daily activities in the lower grades. As students progress from skill to skill, more emphasis is placed on application. Reading instruction incorporates challenging literature and emphasizes the classics.

Parent Involvement is encouraged

Parent involvement in the development and implementation of the school program is critical. Parents are actively involved as volunteers through the Harvest Preparatory Academy Programs.


Discipline is tightly structured, with a calm and orderly atmosphere. There is a strong focus on high standards of dress and behavior.

Traditional teaching techniques

Traditional teaching techniques are required, including direct instruction, daily board work, dictation, and drill. In addition, students are required to read and report on a number of books and memorize and recite prose or poetry on a regular basis.

Regular homework is a given

Regular homework is a given. The purpose of homework is to: (1) develop personal responsibility; (2) reinforce class lessons and practice; and (3) inform parents about what and how their children are doing at school.

Helping build a good self-image is through solid academic achievement

The best way for a student to build a good self-image is through solid academic achievement. Harvest Preparatory Academy challenges each child to do his or her best and turn in work on time.


Accountability is expected. Examinations, grading, and reports are essential so that each student may come to know his or her own strengths and limitations.

We have no restricted enrollment practices.

  • no tuition fees
  • no required parent volunteers
  • no entrance exam
  • every child should be given the chance to thrive

HPA Dual Credit Information

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Career Technical Ed. Information

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We want to help your child advance to reach their highest potential