HTCA uses the A.C.E. curriculum, Pre-school through K12. HTCA is a model A.C.E. school which affords the schools certain privileges and benefits.

Accelerated Christian Education is a Bible-based, Christian K–12 curriculum, consisting of reading programs, core curriculum, required electives, and additional instruction programs. Some courses are enhanced with CDs, DVDs, and computer software.

Core curriculum provides students with academics, skill building, reading practice, character and wisdom training, and knowledge of God and His Word. This complete package begins with reading development and progresses through high school, giving students a solid foundation for pursuing their life goals.

Students who are more skilled may progress at a faster rate or may accelerate in the areas of their academic strengths. Slower students are encouraged to do their best but are able to work at their levels of proficiency and proceed as they are capable.

Each core subject consists of 12 PACEs (Packet of Accelerated Christian Education) per level. Typical students work daily on one PACE in each subject and may be performing at varying levels. The diagnostic test results help to identify academic weaknesses and prescribe a path to help students catch up. Most students complete at least 70 PACEs per year, while maintaining academic balance by completing about the same number of PACEs in each assigned subject.

Tuition varies by grade level, and covers the general cost for faculty, facilities management, and administrative support. Most families should plan for some additional monthly expenses and non-refundable fees. Tiered tuition is available for families with multiple students enrolled. For more info, contact HTCA.

While HTCA does provide self-funded scholarships, there are Opportunity Scholarship Program available through NCSEAA (North Carolina State Education Assistance Authority).

The Opportunity Scholarship Program provides tuition assistance of up to $4,200 per year for awarded students who enroll in a participating nonpublic school.This program is income-based. For more information on eligibility requirements see the Prospective Students section below.

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The new student application opens January 31, 2020. The Priority Window closes March 1, 2020. The application will remain open until August 31, 2020 for students to be considered for the full 2020-21 school year, as funds remain available.

Helpful links for guidance in obtaining college/scholarship information:

FAFSA Pin Site
https://studentaid.gov/pin
(needed for electronic filing of FAFSA)

FAFSA on the Web
http://www.studentaid.ed.gov
This site allows you to electronically complete he FASFA (Free Application for Federal Stdent Aid) and submit online

Fastweb
http://www.fastweb.com
Scholarship search

CareerClusters.org
https://careertech.org
Information about CTE programs and career clusters

Universityspot.com
http://universityspot.com
Comprehensive site for students, parents and counselors with information on finding a college, paying for college, online courses, test prep and college/university profiles

Awesome site–help in preparing for any type of testing
http://www.learnatest.com/LeL/index.cfm/
www.learningexpresslibrary.com

Act Test Sites:
www.actstudent.org
www.studentscholarships.org

Yes, your child will receive an accredited high school diploma. HTCA is accredited and holds recognition status by the North Carolina Department of Education.

View the Contact page for HTCA contact information.