Hope Academy students courageously develop their Christ-like identity,

cultivate their unique gifts, and engage as active learners within an authentic community.


A University-Model® K-12 School Serving the Greater Charlotte Area
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    Student Life

Why Choose HOPE Academy?

Learn What Makes HOPE Different


Our students spend more time with their parents than at school, preserving parent’s influence and creating an opportunity for students to develop independent learning skills while pursuing their unique interests. Students are on campus three days per week with professional educators, and two days they are at home with educator-designed lesson plans.

Family Partnership

Throughout every stage of your children’s K-12 development, HOPE Academy comes alongside in partnership. Whether a parent is co-teaching their elementary student or mentoring their high school senior, HOPE provides the academic tools, professional guidance, and community support that equips parents in this University-Model partnership.

Spiritual Development

HOPE Academy partners with families to raise up generations of mature and equipped Christ-followers through weekly worship, Bible study, prayer and the development of a Biblical worldview. Our prayer is for our student’s faith to be their own, their reliance to be on Jesus, and that the power of the Holy Spirit would move in their lives to not only transform them but the world around them.

Active Learning

Our hands-on learning approach actively engages students through critical thinking, collaboration and project-based learning. Their learning reaches beyond the classroom as they engage with local professionals, explore cultural and social ideas, and pursue 21st Century solutions through a Biblical Worldview.

Servant Leadership

Our prayer is that we will be a community of people with eyes to see and hands to serve others. Students, staff, and families partner with local and global organizations that serve the lost and the least through hands-on service, project work, school serve days, and mission trips.

Global Awareness

We create experiences and learning that allow our students to develop understanding, appreciation, and perspective of world events, cultures, and diverse people groups. This looks like sharing stories, recipes and hosting meals with people of various nationalities and life experiences. In addition, to serving with various ministries locally and abroad.

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The University-Model® combines the best attributes of traditional schooling with the best attributes of homeschooling and integrates them into a private school setting. The result is quality, college-preparatory education that gives parents more time for imparting their own faith and values to their children. The University-Model® is a five-day academic program with students spending 3 days on campus and 2 days at home. The learning at school and home is overseen and planned by professional educators.

Non-Discriminatory Policy

It is the policy of HOPE Academy to maintain a school environment that is free from discrimination and to conduct its educational practices, admissions program, financial aid policies, hiring, and other school administrative programs on the basis of an individual’s qualifications and abilities. The School does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, gender, sex, national origin, citizenship status, marital status, military status, religion, disability/handicap, or any other protected status in accordance with the requirements of all federal, state, and local laws, unless such status is required as a bona fide occupational qualification and/or such status or characteristic contradicts the deeply held religious convictions of the School, as explained in our Statement of Faith.