See what great love the Father has lavished on us, that we should be called children of God! – 1 John 3:1
When you know you are a dearly loved child of God, you live with a special kind of peace and security. HOPE Christian Schools wraps children in Christ’s love every day. Yes, we hold the bar high for our scholars. And we also support them as they reach higher. The unconditional love of Christ builds confidence and motivates our staff and scholars to give their very best.
Your child has the ability to become everything God created him to be, everything she is uniquely gifted to do.
Research shows that a college education is the best way to career success and a secure financial future. A HOPE education prepares scholars for the opportunity of college and helps them stay the course to and through the college journey. For seven years in a row, HOPE Christian High School scholars have achieved 100% acceptance to the college best-suited to their interests, including four-year and technical colleges. A HOPE education proves college is possible for those who choose to pursue it.
We grow character from the inside out, so it lasts beyond the classroom.
A HOPE education helps each child learn his or her Identity in Christ and live out a God-given Purpose in life. We regularly discuss and practice the Actions that grow character based on who we are and what we have been called to do in our lives. HOPE scholars are motivated from within to become lifelong learners, inspirations to their families, and contributors to their communities.
Build your career with HOPE.
If you are looking for an exciting career where you make a difference in the lives of children and families, HOPE is the place. You’ll work alongside many other dedicated and experienced leaders with hearts for service just like you. You’ll feel supported, with meaningful professional development and consistent coaching.
Recent News & Updates
An interview during the morning blend segment on TMJ4 with our very own Deniece Fields Russell!
Alverno Magazine recently highlighted our very own, Quanesha Medina! Take a look: https://alvernomagazine.com/saving-lives/