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What's the Hope Academy campus like?

WE WERE BUILT FOR SHAPING SCHOLARS.

The campus you see today was truly a labor of love by our founders and Board of Directors.  Many hours were spent at the drawing board, imagining the kind of facility that would be needed to elevate learning for elite scholars.  They considered not only what should be included within walls of the building, but also how the grounds of the school and the Florence Gardens community could be used as an extension of the classrooms.

 

The main building was the first to be constructed. It is home to our administrative offices, our media center, our cafeteria and, most importantly, our scholars in grades K-8.

The Preschool Building sits across the parking lot and has classrooms for our Pre-K2, Pre-K3 and Transition To Kindergarten (T2K) programs.

"The Studio," our most recent addition, is a creative space where scholars are immersed in visual and performing arts programs that are unparalleled on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.

Next up will be the Hawks' Nest, a multipurpose space to be used for sports,  performing arts productions, and a slew of other events for our scholars and their families.  Members of our PTO committee are actively working on plans for this building, and have begun fundraising efforts to complete the first phase.

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Where is Hope Academy, anyway?

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION.

Our campus is tucked away on a 7-acres  in the heart of Florence Gardens, a pristine master-planned community in Gulfport, just minutes from I-10.  Just follow the black and white directional signs through the neighborhood, and you'll easily find our campus at the end of the Town Green.  Look for a red brick building with a metal roof and bell tower.

You'll find us at:

1234 Alphabet Road

Gulfport MS 39503

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Hope Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.  It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.