After a year-long self-study and a rigorous evaluation from a site visit team, Hope Academy received its initial accreditation through both Christian Schools International and AdvancEd.
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Many high school students around the country associate St. Patrick’s Day with leprechauns, Ireland, green beer, and partying. Hope Academy’s High School students spent St. Patrick’s Day in a way that would have made St. Patrick proud: spreading the gospel. As a teenager in the 5th century, Patrick was taken into captivity in Ireland. At age […]
An article profiling the surprising appearance of Hope Academy’s first State Tournament athlete, Ephraim Bird (cross country). Read the entire article here.
Hope Academy is World Magazine’s midwest regional winner of the Hope Academy for Effective Compassion. Click here to read about the award, and the profile article written by Daniel Devine about Hope Academy. Also, watch the video that accompanied this story in World Magazine. Voting for the overall award ran from August 24, 2012 through the […]
Russ Gregg, Head of School Our campaign to grow Hope Academy will enable us to serve more than 500 students with a God-centered education by 2017. As we have learned these last thirteen years, we are dependent on God working through you, our Partners. So I want to convince you and encourage you today. First, […]
Back row (L to R): Caleb Miller, Freddie Lawler, Merhawi Temnewo, Alex Marquez; Middle row (L to R): Ashley Klos, Giovanni Herrera, Alyssa Zink, Kelly Klos; Bottom row (L to R): Leah Ferguson, Jemimah Chaisuk, ChristiAnn Miller Jemimah Sakhounna Dove Chaisuk Japan, Meafahlaung University; English “I would like to thank my parents for raising me […]
Hope Academy is featured in the This is Our City section of Christianity Today with an article titles “Waiting for the Real Superman: A Christian School Closes the Achievement Gap.” Click here to read the entire story, by David Leonard.