Listen to Deforestation in the HOPE for tomorrow podcast series.
Listen to Birds of a Feather in the HOPE for tomorrow podcast series.
Thank you for tuning in! Our 7th grade class was tasked with the following essential question: How can we use our voices to affect social and environmental change? Their project launch began with a visit to Entercom Charlotte, where HOPE Academy students and staff were given a tour of the facilities, not knowing what their … Continued
Our 7th Grade Student Unit 2 Project will be highlighted here.
On Tuesday we were honored to be visited during our Elementary Praise and Worship time by a VERY special guest thanks to an invite from one of our 1st grade students and their family. Daniela Morales is a singer and performer hailing from Guatemala City. She brings her culture and faith to the world through her … Continued
Check out the Kindergarten class and their fun unit launch with baby animals from Zootastic Park! This class has loved hands-on learning!
HOPE Academy values community service not as a way to check a box, but to serve those who are in need as a greater good. The theme verse for the 2018-2019 school year is Phillipians 1:6 which is very fitting as we do “Good Work.” “And I am sure of this, that He who began … Continued
Not many schools would describe themselves as virtue-centered schools. There are thousands of Christian schools, but what does it mean to be a “Christian school” this day in age? Really the definition varies. Defining what makes a school a Christian school could be anything from having prayer in school, Bible class or Bible study, defining … Continued
Second semester is well under way here at Hope Academy. As we look to the end of the school year, we cannot help but be so excited and thankful for what we have accomplished. After many years, and much prayer, planning, redirecting, patience, growing pains, and so much more, we are graduating our first class … Continued
Choices are made every day based off of our priorities. We eat certain foods because of our health beliefs, aversions and convenience needs. We choose our cars, clothes, cell carriers, and coffee spots because of our personal preferences of taste, cost and trust. The same is true for school choices. Charter, public school, private school, … Continued