200 E Taylor Ave, Hillsdale
Oklahoma 73743, United States
Yes, they are certified by the State of Oklahoma and by the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and each has a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree from a four year college or university.
Currently we have an average of 12 students per grade; however, we will accept up to 20 students per grade. We feel that this allows for more student-teacher interaction and a higher quality classroom environment.
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HCS is a member of the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI), and became accredited in 1998. HCS is also accredited by the State Department of Education through its membership in ACSI and the umbrella organization, Oklahoma Private School Accreditation Commission (OPSAC).
Annual enrollment fee, book fees, bus fee, school pictures, and lunches are not included in the tuition costs.
No. However, we do enforce a school dress code. It is the desire of Hillsdale Christian School that students glorify God in all they do, and we consider a neat appearance to be a standard of conduct, in that it builds character and confidence and shows a proper respect to others. Students are expected to exhibit neatness and cleanliness in their hair, clothing, and general appearance. School shirts to be worn on field trips and at special school programs are available for purchase.
Yes, lunch is available for purchase daily at a cost of $3.00. Menus can be found on our site’s Activity page.
Yes, the current bus stops are located at Phillips Rd, Locke Supply, and Oklahoma Bible Academy in Enid. See the Admissions page for more information.
Yes, we have a very active Parent Teacher Fellowship (PTF) organization and all families are encouraged to participate on at least one of its committees. Some of the duties of the PTF include serving lunch, organizing class parties, assisting with fundraising events, and grounds keeping.
No. We are an independent corporation operated by a seven member board. Hillsdale Christian School is an interdenominational school with several different church congregations represented in the student body and faculty.