Harvest Preparatory School students are infused with Biblical wisdom, instilled with moral fortitude, instructed in academic principles through a Christian worldview, and ignited for peak performance. Each student wholeheartedly embraces the Christian worldview and therefore runs his/her race with spiritual fervor, mental aptitude and physical endurance. Students fulfill the total plan of God for their lives and begin a lasting legacy at Harvest Preparatory School.
School Motto and Colors
School Motto: Teaching the mind by touching the heart. School Colors: Burgundy & Gray
School Breakfast/ Lunch
Harvest Preparatory School allows for several lunch options. HPS provides hot, catered lunches for your convenience. Preschool lunch cost is $2.00/day and K-12th grade lunch cost is $3.00/day. A free/reduced price breakfast is available each morning for qualifying students. We also participate with the free and/or reduced lunch program for those who qualify. The following lunch options are available to our students:
Hot, catered lunch provided by HPS at aforesaid cost.
Boxed/sacked lunch from home.
Drink-only purchase for $0.35 for those who bring their lunches from home (white or chocolate milk or juice
Public school districts are only required to provide transportation for children in their school district, and their agreement to provide transportation for anyone else is done as a courtesy. Parents are responsible for contacting the transportation department of the school district in which they reside to make transportation requests. Parents are responsible for the transportation of their child to and from school and events. Students may not transport other students.
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Student Enrollment Policy
Harvest Preparatory School recruits and admits students of any race, color
or ethic origin to all its rights, privileges, programs and activities. In addition,
the school will not discriminate on the basis of race, color or ethnic origin in
the administration of its educational, athletic, or extracurricular programs. Furthermore,
the school is not intended to be an alternative to court-ordered, administrative
agency-ordered, or public school district-initiated programs.”