Dacula – Gwinnett County Chairman Charlotte Nash will join Dacula Mayor Jimmy Wilbanks; Dr. Tracey Pritchard, Head of School at Hebron Christian Academy; Chairman Cory Robinson, HCA Board of Directors; Chairman Chuck Warbington, HCA Building Committee and Lawrenceville City Manager;
Mark Farley, General Contractor for Seibert & Son; Megan Lesko, Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce and Tommy Hunter, Gwinnett District 3 Commissioner, for the ceremonial groundbreaking beginning construction of Hebron Christian Academy’s new high-tech Middle School facility and Fine Arts Center.
The ceremony will begin promptly at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, August 24, 2016. The highly anticipated start for this 28,000+ square foot facility will feature the traditional digging on the site of the new facility, located at Hebron Christian Academy’s 775 Dacula Road, Dacula campus.
Dr. Tracey Pritchard, Hebron Christian Academy’s new Head of School said, “This groundbreaking marks a new day for Hebron Christian Academy. This new facility is Phase 1 of a multi-phase $10M plan to combine HCA’s two campuses into one campus at the 775 Dacula Road location, with a new Elementary School to begin construction in 2018. “We believe HCA is unique as we partner with families in an effort to equip students to reach their God-given potential and prepare them to positively impact the world around them.”
Founded in 1999, Hebron Christian Academy is a co-educational, K-12, Christ-centered, college-preparatory school committed to excellence. Currently located on two beautiful 69+ acre campuses northeast of Atlanta, HCA’s mission is to partner with parents to prepare their children spiritually, academically, physically and socially to become disciples of Jesus Christ. For more information on Hebron Christin Academy, please visit http://www.hebronlions.org