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Coming to HCCS April 26th!

Young Audiences of Oregon & SW Washington, in partnership with Far West Recycling, is supporting our arts programming this year with a grant of $2,140 to bring Habiba's Village to HCCS. During this artist residency, spanning April 26 - May 11, our students will gain an understanding of African arts and cultural traditions. Habiba Addo is a native of Ghana, West Africa. She holds a degree in Theater and a Certificate of Dance from Portland State University and has performed and taught in the United States and internationally for over fifteen years. She teaches and performs dance, rhythm and stories from Ghana, Guinea, Gambia and Senegal. She also shares the rich African cultures present today in Cuba and Brazil. We are excited for this opportunity and are thankful to Young Audiences and Far West Recycling for supporting us in our mission of "Educating for Global Fluency".

Fall of 2015: HCCS welcomes 2 new kindergarten classes and the addition of 4th grade. Please view Our Teachers and Our Staff to learn about our incredible new and returning faculty.

New School Building Update: This has been a year of patience as permit and construction delays have pushed our move to the summer of 2016. One day, we will look back and realize it was all worth it. For a charter school, in only its fourth year, to be in a position to have a dedicated building of this caliber, is something to celebrate. Stay tuned for more information.