HCS MIDDLE SCHOOL
Sixth - Eighth Grade
Academic excellence is a commitment and focus for Hanford Christian School. Teachers and faculty continually work hard on refining curriculum standards that align with viable curriculum.
We teach science to learn the practical knowledge of the world around us, recognizing God as the Creator who made everything with a purpose. Through extensive content study, STEM application, and innovation, HCS students recognize the growing complexity of the world in which we live and are driven not by what they know but by what they can do with what they know to impact their future for God’s glory.
HCS is most fortunate to have a technology-rich environment in which to teach. Each classroom is equipped with a SMART Board, wireless capabilities, and chrome books. With the use of technology, students are able to apply knowledge and skills and demonstrate ongoing growth in the classroom and beyond. Teachers also employ a variety of differentiated strategies in order to meet the needs of all learners.
Hanford Christian School’s programming, curriculum, and learning experiences at each grade level provide all students with challenging and equitable opportunities to develop learning skills, thinking skills and life skills. We believe the teacher-student relationship is the most powerful variable for learning success. HCS teachers are diligent not just to know about their students, but to understand each child’s strengths, weaknesses, and aptitude for learning so they can address specific learning needs and work towards what is best for academic success.
Hanford Christian School is committed to Christ-centered education and the teaching of God’s truth. The faculty is committed to providing a high-quality program of rigorous academics and diverse co-curricular opportunities. Our teachers have a passion for excellence and their example has an impact in the lives of HCS students and families. HCS faculty and staff are involved in professional development as an ongoing support of academic excellence.