HOPE Christian School: Via
HOPE Christian School Via: Racine
HOPE Christian School: Via, the sixth school in the HOPE network and our first school in Racine, opened its doors on August 24th, 2015. HOPE Via serves students from K5-6th grade and will continue to add a grade each year until they are serving K5-8th grade scholars. With the addition of HOPE Via, HOPE Christian Schools now serves nearly 2,500 students throughout Southeastern Wisconsin.
For enrollment and general information about HOPE Via:
- To apply to HOPE Via through the Racine Parental Choice Program, please log on to the Department of Public Instruction site at https://apps4.dpi.wi.gov/ChoiceParent/ .
- Click here to download an informational brochure about the Racine Parental Choice Program. (http://dpi.wi.gov/sites/default/files/imce/sms/Choice/PSCP-Brochure-2016-17.pdf)
- Parents or guardians enrolling students for the Choice program should direct any questions to HOPE Via at 262-800-9021 or email@example.com.
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: Via 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.