School Details

Hampshire View Christian School

360 Ednor Road, Silver Spring, MD 20905
(301) 570-8457

(out of 10)

Private Grades K-12 44 students 9 students/teacher (MD avg is 15)

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About this school

Hampshire View Christian School is a private high school in Sandy Spring. The principal of Hampshire View Christian School is Sandra Hutcheson, who can be contacted at 44 students attend Hampshire View Christian School and identify primarily as White, non-Hispanic; Asian/Pacific Islander; and Hispanic. The student to teacher ratio at Hampshire View Christian School is 9:1. Sherwood High School is one of the nearest high schools.

Extracurricular activities


  • Drawing painting


  • Basketball
  • Martial arts self defense
  • P.E. classes
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Volleyball

Student Ethnicities

Ethnicity School District
White, non-Hispanic 36% %
Asian/Pacific Islander 30% %
Hispanic 23% %
Asian 17% %
Black, non-Hispanic 11% %
Native American or Native Alaskan 0% %
Multiracial 0% %
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 0% %

Community ratings & reviews

  • (1 year ago)

    When I first came at this school they said that they had to 'pray' about my acceptance obviously they were not listening to 'God' or praying at all. All the teachers do are sit there and check that you did all the 'work'. For a one page essay all the feedback you get is a checkmark and signature. The 'work' you finish you check at a desk if you get it wrong you redo it until it matches the answer key at the desk. Many students cheat this way. It's impossible not to the human brain has an adequate short term memory. Detentions are entirely one-sided students CLEAN for the school during their PE time. I never received any instruction in math and I never finished a course/pace due to them giving me the packet LATE. I had to ask for the packet. You 'work' in little cubicles everyday like factory workers and I don't remember a thing I 'leanrned'-memorized-in this 'school'. Environment wise the teens act like any other teen in public schools. Perhaps even worse. No doubt they've been through their fair share of hardships but they use worldly desires as an escape not 'God'. Also the schools credits here will only count as half in a public's. Hypocrisy at its finest.

  • (2 years ago)

    If you're looking for a good Christian environment for your kids this is not the place. The teens obviously act like teens. There is of course cursing. A majority of the students use profanity and talk about sexual things. Your child will be tempted so is life. Education wise they will be challenged and miserable there as everyone else there is. You sit in a room in silence all day long. The only athletic team they have is a volleyball team for the girls. Nothing for the guys. I hate it there. Everyone does. My advice is to keep looking for a school. Public school would probably better than this place for your child.

  • (2 years ago)

    I have worked with and experienced many of the graduates of this school. They have gone to colleges and universities of their choice I know 2 doing wonderfully in the military serving our country. I think this school has prepared them to go forward in whatever they have the ability and ambition to do. The staff are strict in upholding the rules that every student and parent are aware of and sign a copy of before entering into the school. Each 9th grader and their parents meet with the principal to plan a course of study for the high school years and choose which of the 4 diplomas offered is best for their child. I think that the last 2 reviewers might need to understand that the staff and many /most parents who send their children to this school are looking for a place where there is a godly standard of behavior and profanity and other "normal" teen behaviors are not the norm. And the last reviewer needs to check their information I just looked and Pensacola Christian College is not only accredited but has the 7th highest nursing program in the whole United States.

  • (2 years ago)

    at this school there is no type of encouragement to make it to a higher form of education. There is no way a student desiring to attend a distinguished university or college can be provided with the adequate information needed to attain his or her goals. the only available counsel conserning education after high school is applying to quaint little christian college in pensacola where touching the opposite gender is considered heinious. about half of the graduating class apply and attend the college due to lack of information and plain old ignorance. Personally i was forced to discover everything about application deadlines to multiple credited universities and colleges. (Did i mention that the college in pensacola is not accredited i.e. you never went to college according to the U.S. government). all of my time breaking my head over application dates and such could have been avoided if a counselor (one of the many things lacking at the school) were to have laid out a four year plan with me. I was not accepted at any schools and am now forced to attend the nearest community college. If you desire you child to have the highest possible education after high school forget this school

  • (2 years ago)

    To the person who previously wrote the comment You have no idea what its like to go to that school. As "friendly" as some of the staff members may appear in reality they are not. Except for one staff member the rest of the staff is prone to fits of anger and are very unhelpful to the students. The fact that we were not friendly to the child or parents of the previous commentator was most likely a way to drive you away which apparently worked. We knew that it would only cause pain and turmoil to you or your child coming to the school. Trust me when I say this everybody I know that went to this school regrets coming and cant wait to leave. Thankfully I no longer attend the wretched "institution". As far as "profanity" lets be honest here in every school everywhere no matter if its private or public there is going to be "questionable"conversations for the sake of the morally conservative. Teens will be teens and if you cant deal with that then you should homeschool your child and have him or her in a little bubble. My personal experience at the school has been saddening stressful sickening unproductive unreliable and above all extremely extremely disappointing

  • (6 years ago)

    This is a very good school with good opportunities to learn about God and get a good education. Everyone is very friendly and kind.

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