BIG EXPECTATIONS, SMALL CLASS SIZES
At Hope Academy Middle School, we expect exceptional performance from our scholars, and give them all the tools to be successful.
Our middle school instructors are focused on preparing our scholars for high school and beyond with rigorous STEM, math and writing standards. View the Middle School Course of Study here.
Hope Academy students consistently score above the state and national average on the ACT Aspire. This assessment for grades 3-8 measures a scholar’s early readiness for the ACT and, ultimately, college.
8th graders may earn up to 4 high school credits that are nationally recognized because we are accredited through Cognia Accreditation. This gives our scholars a head start for advanced courses and/or early college enrollment in high school.
Small class sizes - 16 maximum - allow our instructors to respond to the unique interests and needs of each scholar to ensure academic success.
PREPARING FOR LIFE BEYOND THE CLASSROOM
A Hope Academy education is much more than mastering academic standards.
Beginning in the Transition to Kindergarten program, all Hope Academy scholars receive enrichment instruction in visual and performing arts, music, Spanish and technology.
We are a Leader In Me member-school, which means that our faculty and staff are trained in Dr. Covey's 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, and we provide weekly instruction to our scholars in the 7 Habits for Happy Kids. Leadership and life skills they learn here empower our kids to thrive in the 21st century using their unique gifts and talents.
We offer a variety of extracurricular activities that allow students to develop both their talents and their team spirit. From chess club to cheer-leading, there are no shortage of opportunities for students to shine.
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