HCA News

HCA Named Best Christian Workplace for 2012

Wednesday, November 07, 2012


Heritage Christian Academy was one of 38 organizations chosen as a Best Christian Workplace for 2012 in the United States and Canada.

 

Rick Lukianuk, president of HCA, says it is an honor to be identified as a BCW.  We believe a healthy working environment provides for a healthy school, and we lift up both in prayer on a regular basis.  Lukianuk says that the BCW is a well respected institute among faith-based organizations.
 

“They are leaders in the industry when it comes to surveying workplaces that engage their employees in a fun and meaningful way, while also challenging them to make a difference within the internal and external communities that they serve,” Lukianuk said. 

The BCW program began in 2002 and is in the US, Canada and Australia- surveying 120,000 employees in 500 organizations to date.  More information about the BCWI may be found at www.bcwinstitute.com 

HCA hires new Director of Development

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Heritage Christian Academy hires new Director of Development

OLATHE, KAN, -- Heritage Christian Academy, the Christ-centered Pre-K through Grade 12 college; preparatory school with campuses in Olathe and Overland Park, Kansas has hired a new Director of Development, Warren W. Rogers III.  Rogers resumed his responsibilities on July 9.

The vitality of HCA is important to the positive economic and community impact it makes in South Johnson County.  HCA’s fully accredited 21st Century curriculum serves a study body of almost 500.

According to Rick Lukianuk, president of HCA, “Rogers is well-suited for the development job.  He is adroit at building and nurturing relationships and brings 13 years of educational administrative experience to the position, most recently from MidAmerica Nazarene University where he served as Director of Admissions.

He strengthens our team,” Lukianuk said.  “His expertise will assist us in clearly articulating to potential donors our mission to provide excellence in education and display Christ-likeness in character to our students and their families.”

Sea of Burgundy

Saturday, September 08, 2012

SEA OF BURGUNDY

The Johnson County Old Settlers Day fair boasted a "sea of burgundy" as Heritage Christian Academy participated in this three day event.   A positive, Christ honoring reflection of HCA was reflected to our local community.  Participation entailed an information booth that was visited by many who were introduced to HCA  for the first time.

 

The parade entries showed a great representation of school spirit and relayed a positive reflection of HCA.  The cheerleaders along with the revealing of the Chargers mascot began with an infectious relay of school spirit followed by the second place award winning float with the them of "Avengers."  The "burgundy" bus ended the pack filled with students energetically chanting with pride the spirit of HCA.