Educational Excellence in a Christian Environment
  • (870) 424-6622
  • Mountain Home, Arkansas
Enrollment

 

Enroll Now for Our 2020-2021 School Year!

Students interested in attending MHCA must complete the following: 

  • Meet with the Administration for an interview if applicable.
  • Receive Notification of Acceptance

 

Admissions 

MHCA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origins. We do seek to attract families who are committed to spiritual, intellectual, and personal growth. We reserve the right to decide, in our sole discretion, which families are making these aspirations a priority. We expect our students and families to maintain a positive attitude toward the Academy and its underlying spiritual values.  

 

MHCA tuition rates are among the lowest for private schools in the nation.  Annual tuition is paid on a 10 month plan (Aug-May) and due on the 1st day of each month.  Please contact our offices for current rates or click this link for TUITION FEES .

 

Placement
Students are placed into specific grade levels based on nationally normed standardized test scores, report card grades, and/or age.  

Early Education:

Pre-School 3 - The standard age requirement to enter PK3 is for the child's 3rd Birthday to be on or before August 1st AND be trained to use the bathroom independently.

 

Pre-K4 - The standard age requirement to enter K4 is for the child’s 4th Birthday to be on or before August 1st AND be trained to use the bathroom independently.

 

Kindergarten (K5) – The standard age requirement to enter K5 is for the child’s 5th Birthday, to be on or before August 1st.  

 

Aftercare 
MHCA provides the option of aftercare as a service to school families. It is available from 4:00-5:30 at a nominal fee.  For more information, please click on the following link for our aftercare enrollment packet.

 

Aftercare Enrollment Packet 2020-2021 


Books
MHCA uses curriculum published by Abeka® and Bob Jones Press. Each family pays an annual fee to cover the cost of student books. The rate varies from lower grades to upper grades.  

Lunch
Students are required to bring their own snack, lunch, and water daily. (Please refer to the Handbook for nutritional guidelines.) However, an optional “hot lunch” from an outside source will be made available for purchase at a nominal fee. 

 

2019-2020 Optional Hot Lunch Menus and Pricing


Dress Code 

MHCA students can honor God and reflect Christian values and character by taking pride in being well groomed and neatly dressed in clothing that is respectful and modest. Uniforms instill a sense of belonging, school pride, and self-discipline while fostering character development and encouraging academic excellence without the stress of competitive dress. We believe the cooperation of students, parents and academy personnel is necessary in maintaining the standards of the uniform and dress code.

 

For questions, please contact the academy administration and see our dress code policies and handbook.

 

Dress Code for Early Ed 2020-2021

 

Dress Code for 1st - 12th Grades 2020-2021

 

 


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