Entries by Natanael Moreno

6TH GRADE MISSION TRIP

If you were not able to attend the informational session, please see Mr. Kite or Mr. Wald with information. The local Minneapolis missions trip for our 6th graders is during the first week of Summer Session (June 11-14). Students will stay overnight at Hope Academy Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday night and will go and serve […]

Praise God! College Students Receive Full-Rides

This month, Hope Academy students Jose Castillo, Tian Elder, and Kenneth Granados were each awarded full-tuition, full-need, four-year college scholarships through the Act Six program for emerging urban leaders.   Jose Castillo, Hope Academy Class of 2018, will attend the University of Northwestern-St. Paul (UNWSP) this fall. Jose is considering becoming a physician assistant (PA). […]

Year Book Order

Hello, Parents and Students of Hope, If you have not been able to order your yearbook yet, email Ms. Brandon at tracybrandon@hopeschool.org to do so. We have 53 yearbooks in stock and they are first to come first served. The price is $22 per book.

People Spotlight – Lemuel Haynes

It’s 1753 and our friend Olaudah Equiano is still a happy child in Africa. We’re in West Hartford, Connecticut, North American colonies. Jonathan Edwards is finishing his course, the free sons of Columbia are waxing warm against the Crown, and slavery and racism cast their shadow over much of American life. This was Lemuel Haynes’ […]

People Spotlight – Lisa Fields

Lisa Fields is the founder and President of Jude 3 Project, which is an apologetics organization dedicated to helping the African American Christian community to know what they believe and why. One aspect, of the project that has gained a lot of traction, is their podcast. She hosts the program that welcomes expert guests who […]

People Spotlight – Olaudah Equiano

History attaches great names to great movements. And yet there remain names whose renown, though great when these movements actually passed upon the stage of history, are blurred over the veil of long years. If the historical movement we are speaking about is the abolition of slavery, the blurred name I hope to bring into […]

People Spotlight – Dr. Eric Mason

The Importance of our People Spotlight Series Hope Academy believes that the Gospel informs the shepherding of the hearts that the Lord has entrusted to our care. We strive to give our students a Biblical understanding of God’s purpose for their life in all areas of our instruction. Our goal is to equip our students […]

The Great Hoax: Christianity is a White Man’s Religion

In the United States, February is the month that we celebrate Black History Month. It is extremely important to remember that Black History did not begin with slavery and the observance of the history is not exclusive to only Blacks, but for all of us. The collective contributions to our world by African Americans is […]