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Entries by Mark Pautsch
The Gospel Coalition describes the explosive growth of classical, Christian schools around the country – and the uniqueness of Hope Academy doing so in an urban settings. Click here to read the article.
Ephraim Bird St. Paul Pioneer Press Athlete of the Week (Sept. 15)
In a year of Ferguson protests, mounting racial tensions and even riots sweeping the nation, Hope Academy is making one of the strongest possible statements in our land that “black lives matter.” So do the lives of Latinos, Somalis, European Americans, Native Americans, Asians, and everyone else. They matter for a very important reason. They matter […]
We are rejoicing over the teachers and staff that the Lord has brought to serve the students and families of Hope Academy. They are talented and passionate educators who believe that each child who walks though our doors has unique, God-given abilities and intrinsic value. And they are committed to providing a classical, Christ-centered education […]
by Russ Gregg, Head of School Over the last fifteen years since God called us to start Hope Academy, I have been guided by three convictions regarding education. First, true education begins and ends with God. Second, with schools, small is beautiful. Third, liberty and effective learning are often stifled by bureaucracy. I was reminded again of these […]
Jim Stigman is joining Hope Academy as our new Head of Institutional Advancement Dear Hope Academy Supporters, I am pleased to share that in mid-November, Jim Stigman accepted the call to join the Leadership Team of Hope Academy as our Head of Institutional Advancement, with Dan Olson’s calling to another Kingdom assignment. Jim has been transitioning into his position at […]
I was standing in the hallway this morning as a steady stream of urban parents entered Hope Academy for their kids’ parent-teacher conferences. As we address the crisis in urban education, nothing brings me more joy than seeing parents responding to our gentle prodding that they are the first and most important teachers in their students’ lives. This […]
My name is Dashon and I’m in 10th grade at Hope Academy. I’ve been a student here since 7th grade. At my old school in 6th grade, some of the kids were in gangs, kids were bringing drugs to school – Yes, in 6th grade. And the teachers didn’t really know what to do, and it seemed like they just didn’t […]
The following alumni updates are featured in our 2013-2014 Annual Report. 2014 Digna Bermejo, Mpls Comm. & Tech. College (MN), is taking general classes and enjoying school. Carmen Bermejo, Argosy University (MN), is taking general classes and enjoying school. Lani Crowell, U. of M–Twin Cities (MN), is a student in the School of Engineering, and […]