Welcome to HOPE Prima
HOPE Christian School: Prima was named among the best schools in America by education researcher Samuel Casey Carter and is featured, along with 11 extraordinary schools in his book, On Purpose: How Great School Cultures Form Strong Character.
HOPE Prima provides scholars with a values-based education that develops their knowledge and cultivates their character – the fundamental traits students need to become inspirations to their families, leaders in the community and successes in the workplace.
Our school offers a rigorous academic program that is focused on raising student achievement in an environment of encouragement and support. We proudly participate in the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program.
Parent Orientation for the 17-18 School Year (Parents must attend one.)
Thursday, July 27th from 5 to 7 pm
Tuesday, August 1st from 5 to 7 pm
Thursday, August 10th from 10 am to Noon
First Day of School - Monday, August 14th
Prima is partnering with the YMCA to offer after school programming.
Click HERE to learn more about the after school program!
Click HERE to learn more about the School's Out program!
Wisconsin School Report Cards
Per state law, DPI has begun producing annual Choice Pupil Report Cards for private schools participating in the choice program. Choice schools are participating in a new data collection system for the first time in 2015-16. As a result, DPI has only a single year of data for choice students and will not have attendance data. Therefore, the Choice Pupil Report Cards for 2015-16 will not have an overall score, rating, or star designation. Nevertheless, as a choice program participant, we are required to provide you this link to our report card: Prima Report Card
We are also required to provide you with a list of schools available to you in the choice program here. Wisconsin is a state that values parents’ ability to choose the school that is best for their child. We know you have many choices, and we are thankful that you have chosen HOPE. It is our privilege to serve you.
We hope this gives you an explanation of the Wisconsin School Report Cards. If you have any questions about what you see, please contact our Community Relations Director Melanie Johnson.