New Hope Early Learning

  • New Hope Early Learning offers early childhood education in a Christian environment regardless of race, color, and national or ethnic origin.
  • We run a half day program for 2,3,4, and kindergarten.
  • Promptness and regular attendance are encouraged.  However, when children are ill we expect them to stay home.
  • A certificate of health is required of all children and can be acquired from the Health Department or your family physician.
  • Also a copy of the child's birth certificate will be needed.
  • The children do bring their own snack to school.
  • Our classes work on many readiness skills including large and small motor skills and hand-eye coordination. Chapel and outdoor times are also integral parts of our program. Social behavior is most important in laying a good foundation for learning.
  • When your child leaves our program, our desire is that he/she leaves with a good self-image fostering their self-confidence so that they may continue to learn in the years ahead.

School Overview

School TypeAlternative School
Religious AffiliationMethodist
Grades OfferedGrades Prekindergarten-Kindergarten
Year Founded1966

Student Body

Total Students81 students
Student Body TypeCo-ed
% Students of Color
13%
State avg.: 44%
Students by Grade New Hope Early Learning Student By Grade

Academics and Faculty

Total Classroom Teachers1 teacher
Average Class Size10 students
Classroom Dress CodeCasual

Finances and Admission

Admission DeadlineNone / Rolling
Yearly Tuition Cost$210
Tuition Notestuition ranges from $210 to $230 monthly Reg fee $75 Supply fee $175 yearly
Admissions DirectorWendy Johnson

Sports

Total Sports Offered2 sports
SportsDance, SoccerDanceSoccer,

School Notes

  • New Hope Early Learning offers early childhood education in a Christian environment regardless of race, color, and national or ethnic origin.  Promptness and regular attendance are encouraged. However, when children are ill we expect them to stay home. A certificate of health is required of all children and can be acquired from the Health Department or your family physician. Also a copy of the child's birth certificate will be needed. The children do bring their own snack to school. Our classes work on many readiness skills including large and small motor skills and hand-eye coordination. Chapel and outdoor times are also integral parts of our program. Social behavior is most important in laying a good foundation for learning. When your child leaves our program, our desire is that he/she leaves with a good self-image fostering their self-confidence so that they may continue to learn in the years ahead.The four year old classes are a part of the VPK program of Florida.

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