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Mission Statement

Our mission is to develop students who are committed disciples of Jesus Christ through an excellent, comprehensive, Biblically integrated educational program.
Belief: We believe scripture is the word of God, infallible, and the basis of all truth. 2 Timothy 3:16

Application: We integrate the Bible into all aspects of the educational program and extracurricular activities.
Belief: We are called to make disciples of all people. Matthew 28:18

Application: We clearly present the gospel of Jesus Christ and nurture the growth of students as Disciples of Christ.  As students come to know Christ, they are challenged to exemplify behaviors and attitudes that glorify God.
Belief: Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it. Proverbs 22:6
Two are better than one, for they have a good reward for their labor. Ecclesiastes 4:9

Application: We will collaborate with parents by communicating regularly via various communication platforms.  We will listen and respond to parents' concerns and ideas.  We will work with parents to discern the best course of action when problems or issues arise with a student at school.  We will give parents every opportunity to fellowship and serve within the school community.
Belief: In all you do, do it onto the Lord. Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for men. Colossians 3:23

Application: We are committed to staff teachers who are of the highest caliber both professionally and spiritually.  We expect our staff to take advantage of professional development opportunities.  We are committed to using Biblically-integrated curriculum which exceeds national and state standards.


Past, Present, and Future

In 1974, the leadership at Middleton Baptist Church had the vision of opening a Christian school on Madison's west side. Through that vision and leadership, Middleton Christian School (MCS) was birthed and in 1975 the first school year began. Over the course of the years, Middleton Baptist Church eventually relocated and became the now non-denominational, evangelical fellowship High Point Church. It was at that same time, in August 1991, that our name also changed to the now High Point Christian School.

HPCS was not originally a 3K-8th grade school. In September 2005, HPCS officially opened its doors to preschool students for the first time, and we have since continued teaching preschool students. When the fall of 2011 came around, HPCS and Abundant Life Christian School consolidated to become Madison Christian Schools: One school with two campuses. In 2017, the vision of Madison Christian Schools was expanded to areas outside of Madison and the organization was renamed Impact Christian Schools, of which HPCS is still a part of today. In September 2018, HPCS helped plant what is now Mount Horeb Christian School, which began operating independently for the first time in the 2023-24 school year.

From our humble beginnings with 30 students, to now having over 250 students, we continue to strive for academic excellence and offer classes and programs that consistently challenge our students.  Our classes and programs are rooted in our mission to develop students who are committed disciples of Jesus Christ through the use of an excellent, comprehensive, Biblically-integrated education program.


Contact Us

Phone: (608) 836-7170
Fax: (608) 824-9135
Office Hours*: Monday-Friday 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM

*Our office may be closed over breaks and holidays. These hours do not reflect summer hours.