/NEWS

40 Days of Prayer

In the opening page of his book, Prayer, Richard Foster says, “For too long we have been in a far off country: a country of noise and hurry and crowds, a country of climb and push and shove, a country of frustration and fear and intimidation. And He welcomes us home: home to serenity and peace and joy, home to friendship and fellowship…” Read More: 40 Days of Prayer

Town Hall Link & FAQ

Thank you for attending last night’s town hall! If you were unable to attend, here is a link for your reference. We’ve also created a FAQ based on the questions that were submitted last night available here. As a reminder, if you are interested in HC•Sync for your child… Read More: Town Hall Link & FAQ

We’re Still Enrolling!

Our admissions office is open and ready to serve you, even though we’ve moved to remote learning for the rest of the school year. We can connect via Zoom, phone, or email. We’re always excited to welcome our youngest learners and meet our future Maroons! Read More: We’re Still Enrolling!

/ABOUT US

Each day at Holland Christian we work to fulfill our mission, heartily endeavoring to “Equip minds and nurture hearts to transform the world for Jesus Christ.”This work of transforming the world for Jesus Christ is highly inclusive work, calling for a host of willing, Spirit-filled and well-prepared individuals. We’re honored to train our 1400+ students, preschool through high school, to join the more than 13,000 students we’ve graduated since 1901 who are leaders in their homes, churches, communities, and in nearly every imaginable walk of life. With a quality Holland Christian education contributing to a rock-solid foundation, these leaders are making an impact not only in local areas, but also national and international arenas.

“I love that my school is a Christian school. I love that we share in worship each week and learn about the world through a Christian perspective; I love my teachers, how they show their faith in their teaching, and are always willing to reach out to me outside of school if I need them.”

-HCHS student