About

Our Mission

Harvest Christian School exists to serve the Christian family with whom we partner to train and disciple young people in a biblical worldview for growth, excellence and influence.

Our Future

God continues to Call Harvest Christian School to prepare young hearts and minds for His service in our world. We aim to send men and women into our nation and the nations of the world with hearts for the gospel of Jesus Christ, modeling a lifestyle that reflects a relationship with the living God and a love for all people. Harvest Christian School will continue striving for an excellent, Christ Centered and holistic education. We will continue to partner with Harvest Church as we serve God in our local community. 

Our current enrolment exceeds 500 students with the goal of growing to about 600 and maintaining an average class size of 23 students (less in the Pre School). Our pioneering growth will continue to be matched by our delivery in academic, sporting, cultural and outreach activities. We believe that we are to be distinctively Christian and educationally excellent.

Our Difference

Pre-School distinctive for age 3 turning 4 to Grade R 

The Pre-School offers a happy, nurturing Christian environment with loving, professional teachers. Our smaller groups and high staff complement help us to meet the individual needs of each pupil. Each level operates on excellent and proven Bible based and age-appropriate curricula. We aim to develop the whole child, including spiritual growth and character formation. The secure, stimulating environment, with consistent discipline and clear boundaries, ensures the safety and well-being of each child.

Primary School distinctive for Grades 1 to 7

The Primary School offers a strong academic foundation by enriching and Biblically integrating the national curriculum. Life and Faith Studies, Arts and Culture Education (Including Class Music), Design and Technology, Physical Education, Media Studies and relevant Remedial Tuition are part of the Harvest experience. A holistic educational experience includes sport, cultural activities and outreach. A varied number of extra-curricular activities also serve to enhance a well-balanced educational experience. The favorable teacher learner ratio caters for superior opportunities to impart the values and attitudes that under-gird the school’s mission statement.

High School distinctive for Grades 8 to 12

The internationally benchmarked and accepted Independent Examinations Board (IEB) curriculum gives graduates a head start in life. Students are well equipped to gain access to and flourish at tertiary institutions locally and abroad, as well as meet the demands of the working world. Students are supported by smaller classes and skilled subject specialists who are pastorally motivated. Biblical Integration, student leadership opportunities, missions, mentoring, reward, recognition, sporting and cultural excellence, responsibility and accountability, and a healthy family spirit characterise our growing High School community.

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School Terms 2017

Term 1 11 January - 31 March
Term 2 19 April - 30 June
Term 3 24 July - 28 September
Term 4 10 October - 1 December

"Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it."

Proverbs 22:6

See that you do not look down on one of these little ones. For I tell you that their angels in heaven always see the face of my Father in heaven.

Matthew 18:10

Children, obey your parents in everything, for this pleases the Lord.

Colossians 3:20