Hillcrest E-Connect 12/30/16

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Students Build Life-giving Perspective in Classrooms

68% of Americans believe the Bible is a comprehensive guide to living a meaningful life. But the Bible isn't in schools because many find it outmoded. Here are three fundamental reasons the world needs to study the archaic Christian faith, and get back to a Biblically-based view of the world. Read the full article here>>
Campus News

Comet Lifts Eyes

We don’t wonder enough. Our tiny planet hurtles through space at a tearing 67,000 miles an hour, spinning on its axis 365.25 times every year, without fail. We orbit a colossal ball of fire, 1,300,000 times larger than earth, 93,000,000 miles away. Truly “the heavens declare the glory of God the skies proclaim the works of his hands…” Wonder. Read the Full Story>>
Principal's Desk

Students Share at Desk

As students saunter out of the classroom, they go with minds full of new understanding and hearts surging with the ultimate hope found only in Jesus. Philosophy and Religion brings life back into perspective for many students, reminded daily of the beacon of hope that in Jesus Christ. Read the Full Story>>
Alumni News

Dark Times For Comets

In 1931, the teachers agreed to keep on teaching “even without a guaranteed salary.” In the 1932-1933 school year, the teachers and administration had a total of $1,930 of salary left unpaid. In the 1933-1934 school year, they were paid less than half of their contracted salaries. They had been paid a total of $4,776.32, but $5,871 had been left unpaid. In the 1934-1935 school year, the teachers were paid a total of $5,647.40, with a total of $4,196.44 left unpaid. Read the full article here>>
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