Hoover Christian School, Hoover, Ala., has already made headlines in 2017. Recently, Thomas Barton, an eighth-grader at Hoover, placed fourth in the state of Alabama for the Daughters of the American Revolution Essay Contest. Hoover’s own math and science teacher, David Haley, presented Barton with his award. In addition to being a math and science teacher at the school, Haley is also a veteran; he was a part of the Air Force Green Giants.
With a new website, new vision statement (Serving humanity, Exploring the word biblically, Educating for eternity), and the addition of grades 11 and 12, the institution is now a pre-K through grade 12 school. These days, Hoover never looked better.
All of the faculty and staff give their best to ensure each student has the tools they need to succeed. After-school programs are growing fast, with a chess club, string music lessons, and piano lessons already offered. The students will also participate in the first science fair on March 27, and the first fine arts showcase on April 24. Another first event for Hoover this year will be its first high school graduation. Jessica Ryan, Hoover’s graduating senior, has been at Hoover since pre-K. Stay tuned for more updates as the school’s progress is traced within the upcoming months.
Gulf States | March 2017