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HOPE Christian Schools — changing attitudes about school and life

Riverwest Currents | Jean Scherwenka

Many students arrive at our schools feeling frustrated, overwhelmed and uninterested because they have not experienced success before,” says Wendy Greenfield, Vice President of Development for HOPE Christian Schools. “Our job is to get them excited about school again and to see that they can be successful.” She claims there is no magic formula to …

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Teacher heeds the call of another school

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | Crocker Stephenson

Paul Berger thinks of his life as a journey. And as his journey approached its 50th anniversary, he seemed to be on the right road, headed in the right direction. Paul is a teacher, as is his wife, Rebecca. Their three children are grown. He and Rebecca live in Pewaukee, seven miles from University Lake …

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Study of Choice

Wisconsin Lutheran College | Laura Warmuth

HOPE board co-chairman James Rahn joins groundbreaking school choice research team. PDF of article

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Lending a helping hand to Harambee

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | Felicia Thomas-Lynn

Housing, education are targets for improvement It’s not uncommon for Brooke Krueger to answer her home phone at night and hear the desperate voice of one of her students seeking help on a homework assignment. Not only does she expect it, she encourages it. As a high school teacher at Hope Christian Schools, she and …

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Milwaukee’s lessons on school vouchers

Christian Science Monitor | Amanda Paulson

MILWAUKEE – For Destiny Hatcher, private school has made all the difference. Once a failing student who often got in trouble, she’s now getting good grades as an eighth-grader at the Hope Christian School and is determined to go to college. “At my old school, the environment I was in was the same outside the …

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