Academy Of Hope

  • Academy of Hope is our on campus school. The girls are taught using the A.C.E.-Accelerated Christian Education, School of Tomorrow Curriculum.
  • Many of the girls are behind in their studies, and this program allows them to fill in learning gaps and work at full potential to catch up.
  • A teacher instructs and guides the class as they work on individual lessons or together on group projects.
  • We always shave a need for volunteers to help the girls when specific academic challenges arise.
  • Volunteers may also teach art, cooking, nutrition,and exercise. The girls also volunteer at least once a month serving in the community at such places as a senior center or food bank.
  • House of Hope is a Christian therapeutic school, home, and counseling center for hurting and troubled girls, ages 12-17.
  • We have an intensive program offering Christian education and counseling for girls and their families.
  • Our nonprofit ministry is unique because we require parents to participate in weekly counseling and family life training.

School Overview

School Membership(s)School Assoc.Accelerated Christian Education (ACE) or (School of Tomorrow)
Religious AffiliationChristian
Grades OfferedGrades 7-12

Student Body

Total Students6 students
Student Body TypeAll-girls
% Students of Color
22%
State avg.: 18%
Students by Grade Academy Of Hope Student By Grade

Academics and Faculty

Total Classroom Teachers1 teacher
Student : Teacher Ratio6:1
National avg.: 13:1
Classroom Dress CodeCasual
(khaki pants and HOH teeshirt)

Finances and Admission

Admission DeadlineNone / Rolling

School Notes

  • Academy of Hope is our on campus school. The girls are taught using the A.C.E.-Accelerated Christian Education, School of Tomorrow Curriculum. Many of the girls are behind in their studies, and this program allows them to fill in learning gaps and work at full potential to catch up. A teacher instructs and guides the class as they work on individual lessons or together on group projects. We always shave a need for volunteers to help the girls when specific academic challenges arise. Volunteers may also teach art, nutrition,and exercise. The girls also volunteer at least once a month serving in the community at such places as the senior center. House of Hope is a Christian therapeutic school, home, and counseling center for hurting and troubled girls, ages 12-17. Our nonprofit ministry is unique because we require parents to participate in weekly counseling and family life training.
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