Welcome to HBA
Thank you for showing interest in Heartland Baptist Academy.
Heartland Baptist Academy is an Independent Baptist school closed to public enrollment. As a ministry of Heartland Baptist Bible College, HBA will only accept children of students or staff at HBBC, or faithful members of local Independent Baptist churches.
Due to limited space, admission is prioritized first to children of HBBC staff or students. All other admission will be granted first come, first served.
Parents who desire admission for their children, and who are in agreement with HBA's philosophy and doctrinal position, should follow the steps outlined below.
We look forward to meeting you soon!
Pre-K4 and Kindergarten applicants must be 4/5 years old by August 1st of the year in which they are applying.
- Schedule a tour of HBA.
- Apply online
- Complete parent questionnaire
- Collect, complete, and submit all required forms.
- Attend official interview with the principal.
- Complete entrance test at HBA.
- Await final decision from HBA.
Your tour of HBA will allow you to visit our campus, examine our facilities, meet our students and teachers, and hear a brief history of our school. We encourage both parents/legal guardians and the prospective student(s) to attend this initial meeting. Tours typically last 30 minutes and are scheduled during school hours, allowing you the best chance to receive the full experience. To schedule a tour, please call our office at 405.943.9330
Applying for Enrollment
All applicants for HBA are required to submit their applications online using a program called Gradelink. This is a quick, efficient, and secure way of providing general information about the applicant(s) in question. If the applicant(s) is accepted then the account that is created in Gradelink will be used throughout the year to show assignments, grades, discipline, calendar events, and more.Apply for HBA
This online form supplies HBA with a better understanding of the applicant's family and personal background. Online completion and submission allows for more thoughtful answers to be supplied than time would allow for during the official interview. Thorough answers are appreciated and will also save time during the interview. You will need to dedicate at least 20 minutes to complete this online form as all answers will be lost once the page is left.Parent Questionnaire
The following HBA-provided forms must be printed, completed, and submitted in accordance to the timeline listed below.
Needed during interview:
- Current report card/transcript
- IEP (if applicable)
Needed for final decision:
- Pastor's reference
- Statement of cooperation
- Updated immunization record
Pastor's Reference Statement of Cooperation Vaccine Requirements
This meeting is scheduled by HBA upon receiving the aforementioned forms. The meeting will begin with our principal interviewing the prospective student(s) to get to know them better. Following this interview, applicants will receive a printed survey to complete while the parents meet with the principal. The parent meeting provides an opportunity for our principal to discuss with you the philosophy of our school, review the submitted application and questionnaire, answer questions you might have, and assess whether HBA meets the needs of your family. We require that the applying student(s) and at least one parent/legal guardian be in attendance for this one hour meeting.
Every applicant applying for grades 1-12 must complete an entrance test to determine proper placement within our program. A Beka is a challenging curriculum that pushes students at a steady pace. As a result, this testing helps to gauge the applicants ability to succeed within HBA. Testing is scheduled during the official interview and typically is completed within an hour.
The results of each application will be confirmed by letter once the above process is completed.
Heartland Baptist Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, or any other school-administered programs.