12 Parent Reviews for New Harvest Christian School
This school is amazing! I am a former student, who of course did not like the rules nor hard work that was expected out of me while I was there, but now as an adult times have changed. I know see how this school helped me to become the women I am today. It taught me work ethics as well as how to be an
... Read more asset to my community. I am a hard worker now because of all I was taught. My son will be starting kindergarten next year and yes you better believe he will be attending New Harvest Christian School! Read less
Posted by a other on 01/03/14
As a parent of two children that graduated from this school, I can say I have no regrets that my children attended New Harvest. I am mostly appreciative of the the good morals that were taught to my children. I know many public schools are great, but when it comes to ethics and morality, public schools
... Read more fair poorly. I can say that my kids weren't perfect and neither were the teachers, but who really is perfect. What I can say is that the teacher's motivation for teaching and the administrations motivation are 100% in the right place. As my children are becoming adults, I can now see how thier beliefs are falling into the right place. Read less
Posted by a parent on 12/13/13
This school is great. I was a student their and it is a school that emphasizes Christian values. I am in college right now and college is much easier than the work I had to do at New Harvest. I was a B student at New Harvest, but in college I am A student. I think this is because New Harvest prepared
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Posted by a other on 08/27/13
I am sorry to hear that your child was suspended from NHCS. I am positive the decision was a hard one for the staff as well. Our family has been involved with NHCS since the 80's. All 3 of our children graduated from NHCS and have all gone on to very successful careers and are Blessed of God. Their character
... Read more and discipline shine. I attribute not only to consistent parenting but the prodding and input of insightful staff and directors that pray for students and sacrifice their time to teach them to do their best. Since we have had success at NHCS with our own children, our children have enrolled their children at NHCS. One of them has ADHD. We have found them to work with that child just as well. Personally, I thank God for this school and will support them, staff, directors, fundraisers, and anything else they may need! They are not perfect, but neither am I. NHCS-You are in my heart and daily prayers! GO WARRIORS!!!!!! Read less
Posted by a parent on 08/02/12
I have recently pulled my 3 yeard old from this school. He loved going here but unfortunatly I had to pull him because he kept getting "suspended". I originally enrolled him here because of the smaller class sizes and I thought that he would get more attention academecally. I guess more attention was
... Read more not a good thing. I don't agree with supending and expelling any 3 year old from school. This Director needs to learn that she will not always have a perfect "Christian Children" attending her school. My son is not bad,he is not perfect but he is a normal boy who gets excited and sometimes plays rough. Instead of expelling him they should have tried to fix the situation, I heard that other schools have someone come in and talk to children who are misbihaving. If your child is not perfect then I suggest you look for another school. The teachers are great thou it's the director who is in charge of the preschool and daycare who is the problem. I feel for my son for the sudden change that he had to go through in transition to another school. Read less
Posted by a parent on 05/30/12
I am a graduate of this school (Class of '03). This school has amazing teachers that help students to build character and confidence. The insightful and open-minded administration have continually made improvements to offer a better experience for children. I attended the school from the 3rd to the 12th
... Read more grade. During that time I was challenged academically, however they always made sure that I was where I could succeed and master the material before moving on. This mastery foundation carried on into my undergraduate at Whitworth University, where I earned a B.A. in Psychology. It has also helped me as I finish up my MSPA (Masters of Public Administration) at California State University, Los Angeles. I could not have done any of it with out the help and guidance I was given from this school. Read less
Posted by a other on 04/20/11
I am a parent and it's that time of the year to registar my children for school. I cannot imagine sending them anywhere else except NHCS. I know I am putting them in a good environment with people who not only care about their academics but also their character. Thank you NH for all you do.
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Posted by a parent on 08/15/08
Hello im a former New Harvest student Class of 05 and I believe New Harvest is an excellent school, other that taching you morals, ethics,respect it also teaches you self dicipline, Im happy to say that I am successfully working in the Law Enforcement field, I dont know about other companies but to be
... Read more an officer you need to be a fairly excellent character, thankyou once again and class of 05 rocks. Read less
Posted by a former student on 12/05/06
My children have attended NHCS for many years. I feel they are receiving an excellent education not only in their academics, but also in the Word of God. I am kept updated on their progress weekly and if I have any questions I know I can call and they will be answered in a timely manner. I have noticed
... Read more NHCS has added more extracurricular activities such as CIF sports and music. My children actually look forward to going to school and I feel good knowing they are in a safe and caring enviroment. Read less
Posted by a parent on 08/07/06
My children attend this school. I am very pleased with the academics, standards, moral and spiritual values that they are learning. I monitor at the school and am always notified of my childrens progress. I don't believe my kids would be able to get the same anywhere else. I look forward to the day
... Read more I am able to say my child is a graduate of new harvest christian school. I have seen students go on to be accepted at prestigious colleges, including but, not limited to harvard, vanguard, ucla, etc. I am a proud parent of an honor roll student who maintained a 94% and higher on all tests. This is what the school is about. Read less
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Norwalk schools — New Harvest Christian School is located at 11364 Imperial Hwy, Norwalk CA 90650. 11364 Imperial Hwy is in the 90650 ZIP code in Norwalk, CA New Harvest Christian School is a Private school that serves grade levels PK - 12.
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