Hyde Park Schools is deeply convicted by the calling and privilege to influence the spiritual development of students. Our heart is that every student knows God and fully understands His love for them. We are also committed to HPS parents by providing resources to encourage families in today's culture.

Both campuses (4K-12th) are committed to providing a solid foundation for building strong, Christ-centered leaders grounded in a Biblical worldview. Students at Hyde Park Schools will graduate with valuable experience in serving the community and practicing Biblical leadership. Hyde Park Schools' curriculum gives practical opportunities for students to use their gifts in serving others, and produce Christian leaders ready to impact the world for Christ. 

All Elementary School students will have daily Bible lessons and attend a weekly Chapel. 

In Middle School, students experience a spectrum of Christian studies each week: Bible classes, chapel, as well as Community Time (a small group setting helping students translate Bible teaching into every life and service).

At the High School level, all freshmen will take Bible Doctrine "A Survey Through the Old and New Testaments" – freshmen will be given a strong foundation as they study God’s story from Genesis to Revelation and the fundamental tenants of the Christian faith, focusing on the Gospel.

All sophomores will take Christian Leadership 1 and study from a biblical perspective what it looks like to be a Christian leader and how to sharpen their gifts and abilities and use them for eternal purposes.

All juniors will take Christian Leadership 2 and journey deeper into the Gospels and how Jesus led others. They will learn how to take those characteristics and apply them to their lives and leadership.

All seniors will take Apologetics and learn how to confidently talk about their faith in light of the current culture and other world religions. Seniors can also take Christian Leadership 3 As an elective, seniors can also take Christian Leadership 3 which will focus on service and mentoring.


Hyde Park Schools admits students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin, or religious affiliation, to all rights, privileges, programs and activities available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, creed, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of its education policies, scholarship, athletic, or other school-administered programs.