We nurture intellectual curiosity, stimulate personal growth and critical thinking, and encourage Christian values.
Within a safe, warm, and loving atmosphere Personal attention is given to enrich the development and nurturing of each child physically, mentally and spiritually.

Our EDC program provides a safe environment for your Kindergartner through 5th Grader before and after school.
Offering delicious and nutritious lunch options for your child.

Dedicated to academic excellence and quality instruction while recognizing the God-given uniqueness of each child.
News and updates on our latest and upcoming events.


Dear KHA,

Three things that I loved the most about KHA were the Sacramento Field trip, playing in the Computer Lab, and doing fun activities. Another thing I loved was playing games and doing assignments in the Computer Lab! They were fun and I always learned something new from them!

Damir, pupil of class 2017

Upcoming Event

K-5 ZunZun Water Assembly

K-5 ZunZun Water Assembly

10/26/17 1:00 pm

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Kimber Hills Academy teachers and staff are some of the very best, most dedicated educators in the area.

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Following the Rules

Teaching children right from wrong isn’t easy. But setting and using effective rules helps them understand what behaviors you expect from them.

Try these tips:

  1. Tell your child why a rule needs to be set. He’ll be more likely to follow it. Example: “Wash your hands after you play outside. If you don’t there might be germs on your hands that could make you sick.”
  2. Criticize the behavior, not the child. You may be tempted to say, “You are the messiest kid I’ve ever seen. I can’t believe you did this.” Instead, try, “Jimmy, I’m upset that there’s mud all over the floor. Please get the mop and clean up the mess.”
  3. Once a rule is set, avoid applying consequences inconsistently. For example, when your child jumps on the bed, you respond by giving him a time-out one day and ignoring the behavior the next. The result: Your youngster won’t understand that broken rules have consequences.

Note: Setting clear rules will help your child feel more secure and encourage self-discipline over time.