God's been building a bridge from Hillcrest to the province of San Pedro de Macoris, in the Dominican Republic. For four consecutive years, Hillcrest seniors have engaged in short term mission work there. Today, we have a relationship with two small Christian schools who have welcomed and embraced our students. As these schools are receiving gifts through manual labor, personal care and financial support, Hillcrest students receive so much more as they minister in the name of Jesus.

Reaching out to others is at the heart of the Hillcrest experience. It is one of many aspects of the school's curriculum teaching from a Christian worldview perspective. God's truth, as revealed in the Bible, remains at the center in all fields of academic study.

Hillcrest celebrated the graduation of 47 seniors on the las weekend of May. Numerous video clips fo student testimonies and reflections on their time at Hillcrest gave parents and guests a better look at how the Hillcrest experience had impated their graduates.

I invite you to watch the video testimony from the 2011 Dominican Mission team to understand how God has used Hillcrest to equip Hillcrest students for a life of significance in Jesus Christ.

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