Bayou View Campus Opening This July!

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HOPE ACADEMY

PRESCHOOL - ELEMENTARY - MIDDLE

STEAM-sational Summer Camp

Hope Academy is offering a STEAM Camp this summer. Students will explore paleontology, astronomy, chemistry, cooking, and more! Some of the activities offered are making slime and moon dough, creating elephant toothpaste, hatching dinosaur eggs, creating robots, making a commercial, and so many more fun learning experiences. There are only a few spots still available.

Interested? Questions? Email anna@hopeacademyfg.org for details!

 

WHY CHOOSE HOPE ACADEMY?

 

We Shape Scholars.

Hope Academy uses a School-wide Enrichment Program (SEP) to elevate learning for all scholars. The SEP promotes the use of gifted outcomes for ALL scholars, in contrast to the traditional practice of giving gifted students access to  learning experiences that are different from those of non-gifted students.  School-wide, our Reading, Language, and Math courses are based on the ACT Standards of Readiness, giving Hope Academy scholars a better chance of success in first-year credit-bearing college courses.
 

We Inspire Leadership. 

As a Leader in Me (LiM) member school, we empower scholars with leadership and life skills they need to thrive in the 21st century.  ​LiM is an evidence-based, comprehensive school improvement model developed in partnership with educators and the Covey Foundation that inspires each student to become a leader using his or her unique gifts and talents.

 

We Nurture Creativity. 

The Fine Arts are an essential part of our Hope Academy culture. Each scholar receives instruction in Performing and Visual Arts, giving them an important outlet for self-expression and an opportunity to shine. The Fine Arts are so important to us that we erected a dedicated building - The Studio - where our artists are free to explore and refine their talents.

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"The rigorous college-prep curriculum at Hope Academy pushes my kids to excel academically, and there's no pressure from Common Core."
 
- Ryan Goldin, Parent of 7th and 8th Grade Scholars