Mission & Commitment

HTA endeavors to become the premier Christian school serving families in the River Valley community from infancy through fifth grade.
Our Vision
Harvest Time Academy equips students to know God, achieve academic excellence, discover their purpose, and make a difference.
Our Mission
Through excellence in eduation and environment, Harvest Time Academy will engage the heart and mind of each child, equipping them to discover his or her God-given talents and devote them to a life of learning, serving, growing in relationship with Jesus Christ.
Our Commitment

Our Philosophy

One primary objective is to see our students grow spiritually. This is reinforced in every subject, not just Bible class or chapels. Our teachers and staff model a lifestyle of fellowship with God. The Word of God is taught, scripture is memorized, and the application of God’s Word in daily living is emphasized. Students also learn who they are in Christ allowing them to develop their individual gifts and talents and employ them in a life of learning, serving, and growing in a relationship with Jesus Christ.

Academically, HTA stresses excellence in every subject. Our curriculum is chosen specially to ensure that academic objectives are being met. The academic standards and expectations are high, not unrealistic. We realize each student has different abilities and expect each one to do his or her best. Our goal is to equip our students with knowledge and understanding which prepares them for success in life.

Another key element in our educational philosophy is the partnership between the home and HTA. Without a healthy, supportive, and effective relationship between the school and the home, the student’s education will suffer. Parents expect and appreciate direct and regular communication from faculty regarding their children. In return, teachers expect parents to be responsive to their suggestions regarding their children. When this partnership is honored by all parties involved, every child at Harvest Time Academy can reach his or her fullest potential.