2015-2016 Annual Report - High Point - High Point Christian Academy

2015-2016 Annual Report - High Point - High Point Christian Academy

HIGH POINT CHRISTIAN ACADEMY This Annual Report is for the period July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016. The Office of Advancement has made every effor...

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This Annual Report is for the period July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016. The Office of Advancement has made every effort to ensure the information in this report is accurate and complete. For misspellings of names, omissions, or other errors, please accept our apologies and notify us so we may accurately correct our records. Email: [email protected]

A NNUAL R EPORT 2015 - 2016

Mr. Keith Curlee Head of School With “Gratitude” as our theme, we began our 20th year at the academy looking back on what God has accomplished but also looking forward with great anticipation to all God will do and provide. It is with gratitude that I now reflect back on the blessings, the accomplishments, and the results of this past school year. The graduates of 2016 now join the ranks of our Alumni Association, which boasts over 560 members. Our theme verse for the year was a pleasant reminder for us to be thankful in all circumstances. The verse states, “Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.” (I Thessalonians 5:18; ESV) Our Class of 2016, the 11th graduating class of HPCA, received over $4.3 million in scholarship opportunities while performing nearly 2,000 hours of community service and mission work. The 2016 Terra Nova scores of grades K-8 along with the high school AP exam scores were outstanding and closely rival the highest scores in our school’s history. While our faculty and staff worked to deliver excellence in curriculum and instruction daily, they also led the students in serving the community and meeting needs in various places. I want to thank all of our families for their partnership with High Point Christian Academy. I am amazed by the giving of our people. Whether through serving, volunteering, praying, or giving - many folks have made sacrifices for HPCA. Our school would not be able to thrive without the support of our families. Again thank you for a great year. This annual report serves as a key communication resource for our academy. The information disclosed in this report offers a transparent look into the operational requirements for the school and provides a glimpse into the lives in which you are investing. I am grateful for your prayerful and generous support.

“High Point Christian Academy is committed to Christ-centered, quality education and academic excellence in partnership with family and church within a loving, caring atmosphere.”

Twenty years, 11 graduating classes, and almost 600 alumni later, that mission has not changed. HIGH POINT CHRISTIAN ACADEMY


Annual Report 2015-2016

Sc hool L eade rship

Head of School Director of Advancement High School Principal TK-8 Principal

Mr. Keith Curlee Dr. Rita Haire Mr. Matt Doyle Mr. Scott Prohaska

Department Directors Athletic Director College and Career Counselor Finance Director Preschool Director Technology Director

Mr. Corey Gesell Mrs. Yuvonda Hendricks Mrs. Angie Fary Mrs. Sherrie White Mr. Jeff Maness

HPCA School Board Mrs. Amy Biddle Mr. Brad Dula Dr. Joel Gentry, chair Mrs. Mary Helen Jackson

Mrs. Charlene Kramer Dr. Bob Migliardi Mr. Mike Newby Mrs. Lynn Phipps

Green Street Baptist Church Senior Pastor Music & Worship Pastor Associate Pastor/Pastoral Care Middle/High School Pastor Missions and Outreach Pastor


Mrs. Ginger Powell Mr. Karl Sherrill Mr. Andy Steen Mr. Bob Cooke - GSBC liaison

Rev. Brandon Ware Rev. Mark Loy Rev. Frank Hensley Rev. Phil Rhynerson Rev. Joel Angel


Annual Report 2015-2016

F inanc ials

High Point Christian Academy consistently maintains a proven track record of fiscal responsibility and academic success. This financial summary reflects the general receipts of tuition, fees, and gifts as applied to the operational costs of the Academy. On the following pages, you will find specific information about the various forms of donor support, the outstanding number of gifts received by the Academy this year, and the many individuals and companies who chose to be a financial blessing to the work of Kingdom Education.


Gifts & Investments 3.1%

Student Activities 2.4%

Tuition & Fees Gifts & Investments Student Activities

Income Tuition & Fees Gifts & Investments Student Activities



$ $ $

4,388,820 143,904 111,388

94.5% 3.1% 2.4%

Tuition & Fees 94.5%

Expenses Admin & Other Expenses 3.1%




Salaries / Benefits $ 3,198,196 Student Learning/Activities $ 451,786 Trans./Main./Ins. $ 525,130 Prin/Interest Expense $ 263,544 Salaries / Benefits Admin & OtherStudent Expenses $ 141,956 Learning/Activities

Prin/Interest Expense 5.8% Trans./Main./Ins. 11.5%

69.8% 9.9% 11.5% 5.8% 3.1%

Trans./Main./Ins. Prin/Interest Expense Admin & Other Expenses

Student Learning/Activities 9.9%


Salaries / Benefits 69.8%


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Donor S upport

Thank you for your support and desire to build up High Point Christian Academy, whether through your prayers, voluntary service, or generous contributions. As a private Christian school, HPCA relies on tuition income and the consistent financial support of families, friends, and community members. As we prepare this generation’s children for their future, your investment in HPCA is an eternal one — impacting students’ lives and Kingdom Education for generations to come! Donors for K.M. Vestal Annual Fund: Randall Alspaugh James Beck John Begovich Hollis and Jane Blair Bruce and Alisha Boger Elora Bold Robert and Julie Britton Jim and Carolyn Chernault Gary Clatterbuck Johnny Coffee James and Carol Cole Charles and Sherry Davis Davis & Goldberg Orthodontics Jon and Glenna Dysinger Lewis and Brenda Farlow D.M. Fisher, Sr. Dwight Flater Jeff and Heather Foster Albert Fritzsche Gilmer Gallimore Joel and Shirene Gentry Terry Gray Rebecca Grubb

Woody and Angela Hamlett Andrew Hardee Bill and Carol Harding Lucille Hendley David and Jennifer Hepner Emily Hiatt John Hunter J Talbert of Concord Dean James Murrell Johnson Garner Jones Jeff and Lisa Karpovich Katherine Karpovich Joyce Kennedy David Kidd David and Olivia Kiefer Tok Kim Evelyn Konopko Vivian Kramer Tommy Lanier Kevin Largen B.C. Lipe, III Keith Miller

Karl Milliren Vanola Navy David Nifong James Patterson David Payne Robert Payne Connie Pennisi Dean and Beth Saintsing Rodney Shipwash Bill and Donna Shoe Richard Shoffner Brennan Sink Derek and Jessica Spencer Andrew and Susan Steen Sears Steen Gary Sue Irma Turner K.M. and Norma Vestal John and Leigh Wetherington David Whitener Doug and Kelly Wright Scott and Kelle Yokeley John Yurko

Donors for HPCA Contributions: Scott and Suzanne Bell Brad and Trish Crump Daniel and Debbie Fox Darrell and Rita Haire Keith and Donna Henry John and Ruthie Kim Rex Kirkland

Barry and Sue Lanier Donald McCamy Judy McCamy Jeff and Madeline Pack David and Lynn Phipps Raymond James Charitable Foundation

Dean and Beth Saintsing Karl and Melissa Sherrill West and Jamie Talbert C. Throckmorton Bobby and Heather Witten Christina Zittinger

Donors for Financial Aid Fund: Derick and Lisa Apple Benefit Plan Services Carlton Boyles Phillip Brady Janet Culler Mickie Gable

Gil Garrett David and Mary Helen Jackson James Kirkman Elwyn and Amy McPeak Re/Max Central Realty Dean and Beth Saintsing

The Almost Home Group Thomas C. Stout Barry and Dana Yates



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TECHNOLOGY FUNDING INITIATIVE Thanks to the exciting challenge of national donation day #GivingTuesday, supporters responded and HPCA was able to purchase its second iPad cart equipped with 20 iPads! The cart and iPads will be used in high school instruction, making iPad learning more enriching and engaging with a device for every student in the classroom. This implementation is yet another initiative of HPCA to improve STEM literacy and prepare our students for the future of global competitiveness.

Donors for Technology: Alan and Amy Biddle Anonymous donors Edward Bixler Elora Bold Douglas and Lynne Childress Donnie and Jennifer Cox Keith and Page Curlee Jon and Glenna Dysinger David and Maxine Fisher Darrell and Rita Haire Candace Hill David and Mary Helen Jackson Tom and Melinda Kearns Ryan and Stephanie Kirby Terry and Ashley Lawson Carl Little Meade and Candace McDonald Jeffrey and Joanna Nifong Scott and Amy Petitfils Stamatis Sarrimanolis

Donors for Memorial Gifts: Ray Coble, Jr. Sybil Cunard Joey Edwards Marion C. Hodge, Jr. Ed Price & Associates Barbara Roseborough Frank R. Simon


Brennan Sink John Thompson Trent Capital Management Triad Metal Works David and Kris Voy Bill and Pat Wheeler Johnny and Kimberly Widner McCullough Woodward Franklin Woosley Ben and Alice Yorks

Donors for Missions: A.R.T. Furniture DeBeen Espresso Mac and Sheila Hester Dwell Studio Serta International Donors for Preschool: Carson Construction Daniel and Debbie Fox


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Donor S upport

FRUIT SALE The annual Fruit Sale enables HPCA to offer quality programming while keeping tuition as low as possible. In 2015-2016, the fruit sale was a success, with the net proceeds of over $49,000! Students were rewarded with an extra day of Christmas vacation, along with other incentives throughout the campaign. High school students could grab for money, get an exam exempted, earn homework passes, and win gift cards. Elementary and middle school students could earn dress down passes, win gift cards, and have their names placed in a drawing to win one of 3 iPads awarded. We had numerous high-selling families and great participation. The funding from this campaign is critical to our programming budget each year.

High School highest sellers: 1st place - Phipps family with 95 boxes (Caroline) 2nd place - Crump family (Eli and Jarrett) 3rd place - Murrow family (Dylan, Chloe, and Dalton) Elem/MS highest sellers: 1st place - Kim family with 80 boxes (Ethan, Joel, Audrey, and Gabriel) 2nd place - Warden family (Nathan and Nicole) 3rd place - TIED: Charbonneau Family (Autumn) Barney family (Isaac, Katie Grace, and Carter) Honorable Mention families: Katie and McKenzie Shane Parker, Hayden, and Grace Ellen Hamlett Hannah Severs Grace and Max Reaves April Kirkland Families who sold 20 or more boxes were placed in a random drawing for an iPad. Winners were Eli and Jarrett Crump, Andrew Myers, and Parker, Hayden and Grace Ellen Hamlett.

We offer prayers of thanksgiving for every donor and pray that “By His power He may fulfill every good purpose of yours and every act prompted by your faith … so that the name of our Lord Jesus may be glorified in you, and you in Him.” II Thess. 1:11-12



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Annual Auc tion

High Point Christian Academy is grateful to many business and community supporters who helped make our 2016 Online Auction a resounding success. Our auction would not have been possible without your generous support. With your help, we met the goal for our online auction with proceeds of $15,000! Thank you!

Auction Donors: Bam Adebayo, HPCA basketball player Anonymous Coach Scott Bell, football Bizi Kids ~ Kelcy Kent Carson's Furniture ~ Barry Yates Coach Brandon Clifford, basketball Davis & Goldberg Orthodontists Deborah DeGol Lori Demis Matt Doyle Jon & Glenna Dysinger Henrietta Furr Dr. Joel Gentry, Dentist Great Wolf Lodge Tony & Lauren Harris

HPCA Athletic Department HPCA Boosters HPCA Golf Team It's in the Bag! ~ Jennifer Holbrook Kreber Inc. ~ Victor Vaughn Sally Nance Oakview Baptist Church Gretchen Owen Picture This Photography! ~ Gina Childress Scott Prohaska Ben Robertson, HPCA basketball player Dean & Beth Saintsing Q Salvage - Online Auction Technical Support SHEETZ

Auction Buyers: Suzanne Bell Vicki Boo Diane Brazelle Robert Britton Mary Bryant Donnie Cox RD Cox Ralph Cumblidge Keith Curlee Kathie DeFord Annette Denton Glenna Dysinger Billy Elliott Angie Fary


Lisa Gesell Margie Gottwalt Rita Haire Leah Hallsey Denise Hamm Margaret Hawks Christy Hayes Michelle Hill Dena Kennedy Kimberly Martin John McCoy Craig McDaniel Candace McDonald Cindy McManus

Carlene Merriam Joanna Nifong Susan Parlier David Payne Beth Saintsing Jessica Spencer Wyndee Tarter Susan Vickers Robin Weisner Pat Wheeler Dana Yates


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HPC A C ougar Booste rs

The Cougar Boosters strive to provide items to support the extracurricular activities of HPCA such as fine arts, athletics, and technology programs. Thank you to all of our members for their generous level of service and support to make a difference both now and in the future. 2015-2016 Purchases:  Skytrack training system for the golf team  Titleist golf bags for Varsity team  Acuspike Volleyball Training Machine  Football - assisted with camera purchase and bus trip  Swimming - new stopwatches  JMMAC Athletic Training Center weights  Soccer Trailer Wrap  Track Meet Equipment  Visual Arts tables  Pi Day Celebration  HPCA Banners in parking lot and high school courtyard

Booster Membership: Brian and Joy Barrett Scott and Suzanne Bell Brian and Alisha Boger Chris and Christina Bradley Mike and Ashley Brooks Richard and Janet Clark Jim and Carol Cole John and Page Daniels Ryan Davis Wesley Davis Brian and Kathie DeFord Dave and Sandy Dickerson Kelsey Dumoulin Jon and Glenna Dysinger Bryan and Angie Fary Clay and Olinthia Fielding Brad and Anne Flater Dan and Dena Fowler Jimmy and Delores Hagans Tommy and Michelle Hill David and Dena Kennedy Brian and Leigh Kuhnly James and Terri Kurfees Ken and Laura Lemonds Danny and Jennifer Martin


Angela Murrow Jeff and Joanna Nifong Dave and Kathleen Oloffo Jeanne Oweis Patrick and Kelly Patterson Rick and Holly Perryman Lawrence and Ashlie Reaves Brad and Hailey Robins Michael and Vicki Rowan Robert and Shelby Sari Curt and Sloan Scarborough Danny and Susan Scruggs John and Debbie Shane Karl and Melissa Sherrill Bo and Jescena Sink Bradley and Patricia Thomas Whitman and Ressie Toland Dan and Melissa Truhe Victor and Patti Vaughan Jason and Susan Vickers Marie Williams Scott and Amy Yates


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Athle tic s

Thank you to all of our generous donors to Cougar athletics. The Cougars support 33 teams in 12 sports. Donors for HPCA Athletics: ABC Logistics Carson Cashwell Mary Ann Cicchino Cook Out - East, Inc. Brad and Anne Flater Tyler Hester Kyle Mills Agency, Inc. National Christian Foundation

Next-Tek Finishing, LLC Paul Nice Palm Tree Pottery Protection Systems, Inc. Brennan Sink Joel Smith WSNC_2, LLC

Gym and Field Banners: (non-Cougar Cup Sponsors)

AAA Self Storage ABC Logistics, Inc. Artistic Apparel Company Bojangles’ Build Retail, Inc. Carolina Farm Credit Carter Brothers Chu’s Express Conrad Realtors Green Resource High Point Bank Hire-a-Hubby Handyman

L&S Enterprises Marsh & McLennan Mike’s Paint & Body Shop OBX Boatworks Oak Hollow Tire Car Care Center Protection Systems Quality Packaging Corporation Subway Summer Oaks Golden Retrievers Which Wich YM Plumbing Company, Inc. Zaxby’s

The 14th Annual Cougar Cup Golf Tournament benefiting Athletics was held on Friday, Sept 18th at The Meadowlands Golf Course. Thank you to all of the sponsors and golf teams. The Premier Sponsor was David and Mary Helen Jackson, ServiceMaster Clean. Golf Tournament Sponsors: ServiceMaster Clean Central Carolina Dermatology Cook Out Restaurant Murrow’s Transfer, Inc. SHEETZ Buck’s Communications, Inc. CMC Sales, Inc. Corilam Fabricating Company Cox Transport & Oil Co. D&D Enterprises Bill and Carol Harding High Point ENT International Minute Press PNP Specialty Chemical Smith, Bundy & Fisher DDS, PA


All Season Landscape Solutions Best Home Furnishings Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP High Point Bank Life Touch School Studios Phil Key Appraisals Premier Supply, Inc. Quality Graphics Senn Dunn Insurance W-S Beauty, Inc. Jeff and Sabeth Bradsher All Sports Graphics Larry Porter Michael and Vicki Rowan Wayne Industries :9:

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Je ff Murrow Me morial Athle tic C omple x - Phase I

The Jeff Murrow Memorial Athletic Complex (JMMAC) is named in honor of a former HPCA coach and parent. The Athletic Training Center (ATC) is Phase I of the JMMAC. The ATC houses a weight room, locker rooms, storage, and athletic training room. High school PE classes, various sports teams, and the entire athletic program will benefit from this Phase I building. HPCA dedicated the ATC on Wednesday, August 10, 2016. Jeff Murrow’s wife and children dedicated the building with a ribbon cutting ceremony, attended by donors, coaches, school board members, and other members of the Jeff Murrow family. Keith Curlee, Head of School, gave remembrance to his good friend Jeff Murrow and thanked his family for their support of Cougar athletics. Our ultimate goal is to construct an athletic complex adjacent to the high school with locker rooms, weight room, cafeteria, and a fullsize, fully-equipped gym --- Phase II of the JMMAC. This future gym will be used for educational and athletic purposes, serving our entire TK-12th grade program, as well as hosting activities that will bless our community. Once Phase II of the JMMAC is complete, the ATC will be modified into a multi-purpose facility to be used for assemblies, chapels, and special events.

Donors for Athletic Training Center (ATC): Charles Allgood Anonymous Daniel Arent, Jr. Kurt and Laura Bachmann Cox Transport & Oil Lewis and Brenda Farlow Eddie and Christie Greene HPCA Boosters Darrell and Rita Haire Bill and Carol Harding Wayne Hinkle

Jeff Murrow Memorial Foundation David Kennedy Phil and Gloria Kennett Bob and Stephanie Migliardi Brenda Murrow Richard O’Hair Scott and Kim Parker Carolyn Patterson Charles Sanders Lyndia Wright

Project Partners for Athletic Training Center (ATC): Buck’s Communications M&M Welding Nick Woodward & RCR Premier Supply Co.


Roswell Construction Inc. Rick Loman, AIA Randolph Acoustical & Drywall, Inc. ServiceMaster Building Care : 10 :

Annual Report 2015-2016


Digital copy available at hpcacougars.org

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