About Us


“You shall teach them diligently to your children, and shall talk of them when you sit in your
house, and when you walk by the way, and when you lie down, and when you rise.”

Deuteronomy 6:7

The curriculum at MHCA is designed from a blend of both secular and Christian publishers,
following the Massachusetts Frameworks in order to provide a seamless transition for students moving between public and private school systems. Our instruction is always taught from a Christian worldview. All secular texts are reviewed and evaluated extensively by teachers and administration in order to provide a challenging education, while making sure not to give a mixed message. Students will receive a strong phonics foundation in the early grades, develop a high proficiency in writing and vocabulary development through middle school, and develop a number sense in the primary grades which will conclude with an Algebra I course in grade eight. All students participate in literature class, which may include “book circles”, reports, written summaries, or reviews. While our classrooms might appear traditional, small class sizes allow a teacher to push deeper and facilitate learning for both an individual and in a collaborative way. We consider our partnership with parents a vital part of the academic success of our students.


All students from preschool through eighth grade participate in art classes. Students learn age-appropriate techniques to complete projects. The children are exposed to various mediums, including paint, watercolor, pencil, and chalk. The students also will weave, work with clay, and experiment with printmaking. Student work is displayed throughout the building, as well as at various functions to encourage their artistic talents.

Chapel meets each Wednesday at 9:00am in the multipurpose room. During chapel students are encouraged to worship and spend time in God’s word. Weekly speakers include pastors, missionaries, youth workers, and members from local churches. Students and teachers also lead chapel. The last Wednesday of each month is an awards chapel. Students receive character trait awards and STAR students are recognized. Parents and friends of the academy are always welcome to attend!


Students from kindergarten through 8th grade participate in computer class. We are a G Suite school. Each student has a school Google account with access to email, docs, sheets, slides, etc. Students also engage in programming using various computer languages, including JavaScript and Blockly. Digital citizenship is taken seriously. Each student participates in activities, discussions, and assemblies to understand citizenship topics. Students also practice typing with an emphasis on correct finger placement.

Health is taught in a variety of ways and includes social, emotional, spiritual, and physical health. From improving eating habits to conflict resolution, students are encouraged to make wise choices for themselves and for those around them.
Students in grades preschool through eighth grade participate in a weekly music classes that can range from physical movement to learning bells. Students are encouraged to experiment with various forms of performance as alternatives to singing. Spoken word, sign language, and even drumming can all become a part of that journey. Students participate in two music programs a year, at Christmas time and in the spring.
Physical Education
Preschool through eighth grade students participate in physical education classes twice a week. Sportsmanship and personal best are the highest priority during these classes. Students will play games, work on team skills, learning to encourage one another to give their best effort. Students also participate in the Presidential Fitness Awards each year to challenge their own fitness.

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Mullein Hill Christian Academy

25 Staples Shore Rd., Lakeville, MA 02347

(774) 213-9093

(774) 213-9087 (Fax)