For many people, 2020, and even through the first half of 2021, has been a very dark time. In following with HBA’s all-school theme of hope, the alumni office sought to share the hope of Jesus Christ with the world at Easter by coordinating a virtual choir.
In 1954, HBA’s first graduating class consisted of three young men. Since then, more than 4,700 students have joined the alumni ranks.
Today, our Alumni Relations Office keeps our alumni connected by:
John Hasse ’90 says of his four years at HBA that he felt accepted, had fun, and was NOT an outstanding scholar. But those years laid a strong foundation for his life. He says he was challenged to take his faith seriously by teachers who lived out their faith in practical ways.
Providing a safe learning environment is important for students to thrive, especially during a pandemic. To ensure our students and facilities were receiving the highest quality of care, our administrators reached out to several alumni businesses for support.
Sharon Kim ‘09 didn’t originally plan on becoming a business owner, but after experiencing a personal need for a niche product, she launched CanPlan.