IN-PERSON LEARNING RETURNS, MONDAY, APRIL 12.
Greater Holy Temple Christian Academy is dedicated to serving a diverse population and providing its students with a supportive learning environment, to inspire all students to strive for excellence in pursuing a strong academic and Christian foundation in order to succeed in and contribute to the community.
Greater Holy Temple Christian Academy is committed to providing a safe, caring learning environment to create and cultivate critical thinkers, motivate leadership and enhance self-sufficiency in order to empower the best learning experience possible, built on a firm Christian foundation.
"Equipping, educating, and empowering, one mind at a time."
Greater Holy Temple Christian Academy (GHTCA) is the educational outreach program of Greater Holy Temple Church of God In Christ. We serve approximately 600 students in K4 through 8th grade at out campus on 76th and Silver Spring Dr.
Our vision is to equip, educate, and empower our students to be the best version of themselves as they serve and contribute to their community. GHTCA is a participant in the Milwaukee Parental School Choice Program.
Our school day starts at 9:00am and ends at 4:15pm.
Learning Community Code of Conduct
Greater Holy Temple Christian Academy believes in shared responsibilities among faculty, students and families. The faculty’s role is to teach students to achieve their potential, to strive for academic excellence, and to use their gifts to reach spiritual maturity. The student’s role is to be responsible, to develop as a whole person in order to prepare for life and work as an adult. The family’s role is to support the goal of GHTCA, to encourage the efforts of their children, and to participate in school activities. Together, the GHTCA community will build human rights and dignity in students.
Our code of conduct is based upon the Christian values of honesty, respect, responsibility, compassion, self-discipline, perseverance and helpfulness. Each member of the GHTCA learning community believes in the respect, rights and responsibilities of themselves and others.
We have RESPECT for our own and others’ bodies, our own and others’ property, our own and others’ feelings and our own and others’ races.
We have the RIGHT to learn, teach, and express our opinions and feelings as well as to be different.
We have the RESPONSIBILITY to cooperate for the common good, to protect the safety of others and to accept the diversity of others.
“Train up a child in the way he should go: and then when he is old, he will not depart from it.” - Proverbs 22:6