Highlands presented so many avenues of achievement for our children: Academics, sports, drama and extracurricular activities to name a few. All of which are extremely important to a parent desiring the best for their child. However, for us, the most important elements were the Highlands family approach, coupled with their devoted adherence to God’s Word which was not just taught, but modeled before our children daily by teachers and administrators. From top to bottom, the thread you will find running through Highlands is a quality education finely focused with a Christ centered world view which will serve your child for a lifetime. We are now basking in the realization that we made the right choice. Thank you Highlands.
My kids bave been studying at Highlands for two years. They are enjoying and we have realized how much they are growing in faith and wisdom. The teachers and staffs are so reliable and respectful. We certainly recommend Highlands Christian academy for everybody.
We bought a small house in Pompano Beach for a good low price , But the Public Schools in Pompano are not great.. We were thinking about buy a home in Boca, but after many search we decided to stay in Pompano And invest in a Good Christian School for our child.. Education is the best Legacy .Highlands is the great.
My Grandson has been at Highlands for two years. My wife and I have found the staff to be very friendly and caring. We have found his teachers to be involved with his welfare, learning, and accomplishments. The education is superior to that at a public school. Both my sister and brother were long time teachers - both over thirty years and retired - and are very impressed with out grandsons progress. Education is the one gift we can give which makes a huge difference in the overall success of their lives - a gift which is priceless - and our grandson is learning - but not only academically - but also self respect and respect of others - something that is lacking in our current society. In simple terms - we are very happy with Highlands Christian and look forward to when our grandson graduates from this institution.
I used to attend Highlands for 5 consecutive years, from elementary all the way to the commencement of high school , and let me start by stating that asking to be taken out of this school and put into public school was one of the best decisions I ever made with my life. First of all, the children that I went to school with (Can't say how it is today as I have been graduated for a couple of years now) were some of the worst people I have ever met. Most of them were judgmental, rude, and unfriendly. I remember that I experienced the worst bullying here in my life, which has negatively impacted me to this day. Also, teachers would do little to nothing about such issues, and asking the administration for help against the antagonists was a futile effort. The level of favoritism which exists at this school is also mind boggling, as there was always a couple of students which all of the teachers favored and who the whole school knew about. The level of education which you receive in this school is sub par to that of a C rated public school, as most of the textbooks were outdated (back to the 80s-90s) and contained inaccurate information, as most of them were from a "christian" perspective. Although I understand that this is a christian school, this does not mean that you have to provide students with outdated and inaccurate information, nonetheless information which you educate to children to send them out to the real world/universities. The level of hypocrisy was through the roof at this place as well, as teachers and administrators would harshly judge you if your actions, ideas or thoughts directly contradicted their own beliefs, both philosophical and religious. The thing that disgusted me the most over my time at Highlands was the fact that faculty would praise certain students for their involvement in the religious community present there, and then you would see those students directly contradicting what they preached on stage at a chapel ceremony, bullying students and partaking in "unmoral" extra curricular activities to say the least. Ironically, my time at this school converted me to an agnostic after seeing the blatant hypocrisy prevalent in religious institutions as such.