When tragedy and heartbreak descend upon our community, it can seem difficult to know how to respond, but this past week, our community HAS indeed responded.
CHCA's Upper School Assistant Principal shares her perspective on why a 6-year high school experience is so beneficial.
If we want a school in which students are encouraged to take risks, so must the teachers. At Upper E, student engagement is key. We are so incredibly blessed to have outstanding faculty who are using innovative approaches and exploring new methods and materials in their instruction.
Much like a landscaper, CHCA is invested in growth—while this growth may be seen literally in the life-giving plants flourishing in the school’s organic garden, it is also a metaphor for the many ways the school fosters a sense of legacy.
While entire articles could be written about the myriad of ways in which Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy is set apart, I opt to use a single word: excellence. Read about 5 ways CHCA pursues excellence concerning an awareness around nutrition education.
Two years ago, to address an ever-changing world reshaped regularly by technological advances, market dynamics, and globalization, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy (CHCA)
deliberately shifted from the traditional elementary, middle and high school educational landscape and created a Lower School and Upper School.