Students participate in various hands-on service learning projects throughout the school year. These opportunities provide tangible reinforcement of the biblical virtues they are learning at school, while modeling Christ’s love to others. These experiences are designed to directly connect with topics they are studying in class (i.e. homelessness, water access in Africa, etc.). Students extend their learning through self-reflection, journal entries, and group discussion.
Service opportunities include:
BINGO WITH SENIOR CITIZENS
Each month, Men of Hope (dads) and their students spend quality time with Brookdale Place Assisted Living residents. This is a service opportunity that began the first year HOPE Academy opened and continues to this day. We love the relationships our school has developed with the staff and residents there.
SCHOOL-WIDE SERVE DAYS
Twice a year on homestudy days, our entire school of parents and students serve organizations in Cabarrus county. Projects include cleaning and landscaping, sorting food and clothing, providing childcare, delivering baked goods, and more. This is an incredible opportunity for our chool to give back to our local community.