HCCA - News & Events


Before you start the application process, please read through our handbook and make sure HCCA is a good fit for your family.  It is not a traditional school and it does require a great deal of parent involvement.  With our model, you are not only a parent, but also a co-teacher and your participation is a vital piece of your child(ren)'s success.  

After you have read the handbook, follow this link to apply.  Space is limited and an application does not guarantee a spot in the upcoming school year.  Once we get your application, we will review it, and send a follow up email as the application is just the beginning of the process.  Enrollment will close May 15.

If you have any questions, please email or call 970-563-0692 (Tuesday-Thursday).


HCCA is now accepting applications for the following positions (you can click on each position to access the application):

Part time 5th Grade Teacher

Part time Middle School Science Teacher

Part time Middle School Math Teacher

For more information or to request a job description, please email us at hopecommunitychristianacademy@gmail.com.

iReady Testing is Now Available for Homeschool Families!

Please follow this link for more information on the iReady test itself, what you can expect from HCCA, and what it costs.  


School Accreditation Through CSI

HCCA is seeking accreditation through Christian Schools International (CSI).  We are working to become proactive visionaries to help HCCA be the best school possible.  This accreditation will aid us in remaining true to our mission and vision statements, hold us to high academic standards, and help us to meet and exceed state standards. 

We began this process in November of 2019 and are working hard to complete it as soon as possible.  We are excited for the future of HCCA. 

Find out more about CSI at https://www.csionline.org.

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Hope Community Christian Academy admits student of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.  It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, or other school-administered programs.