In the summer of 1998, Pacific Coast Baptist Bible College moved its location from San Dimas, California to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma in hopes of a much needed restart. When the school arrived in Oklahoma City, the Board of Directors decided to change its name from Pacific Coast to Heartland Baptist Bible College. With a new name and a new location, the college also changed its emphasis from a regional focus to a national focus. Students from all across the United States and around the world began enrolling at Heartland in the years that followed. As the school grew and more families began to enroll in the college, it became evident that a Christian school would be a future necessity.
During the spring of 2012 after many years of prayer, the Lord provided Heartland with the opportunity to purchase the half-acre property to the west of the college campus. At the time of the sale, there sat two office buildings on the property that needed complete renovation in order to start a Christian school. Throughout the next year, a committee was formed and work began on the new school buildings. With the help of many staff and faculty members who were willing to work extra hours outside their department, the work on the school was completed in time for the beginning of our inaugural year (2013-2014).