A Path That Starts with HOPE in God…
Enrollment Open K-3rd Fall 2020
How do I know if Hope is right for our family?
A Place To Grow
This checklist will help you determine your next steps:
- We are interested in a school that prioritizes the shepherding of hearts, not just academic rigor.
- We want to be part of a community of faith and learning, where relationships with faculty, staff, students, and other parents are valued.
- We are committed to engaging with all aspects of our children’s academic work: valuing the content, helping with homework, seeking help when it’s needed, and staying connected to teachers.
If this describes you, we invite you to.
The best way to learn about a Hope education and how it can impact your child’s life is to step inside for a visit. The classrooms at Hope are full of energy, enthusiasm, and joy. We want you to experience this first hand by seeing teachers teach and students learn in an environment that fosters curiosity and creativity, cultivating both mind and soul.
Tours are offered every Thursday between 11:00 and 12:00 during the academic year, or call (252) 560-1350 or email with questions or to set up an appointment. Summer tours are also available by appointment for enrollment inquiries for the upcoming academic year (as appropriate to available classroom space).
Our Five Distinctives represent a comprehensive approach to closing the achievement gap that takes into account mind, body, soul, and the family.
At Hope Prep, our hope is God. We are a Kingdom school with a curriculum rooted in God’s Word. Teachers seek to shepherd the hearts of all students in the hope that they will become like Christ.
Discipline and High Expectations
We believe discipline and academic achievement are essential for developing community leaders and unlocking access to opportunity. Our students will study a classical, college prep curriculum including Latin from an early age.
Excellence is possible only when parents are actively involved. Teachers, students, and parents will be held accountable in order to achieve educational excellence. We believe God has given parents the primary responsibility for the education of their children. Parents sign our parent covenant and are required to participate in six events-including a home visit, two Saturday school days, a fair-share tuition conference, and volunteer days.
Excellence requires holding teachers, students, and parents accountable. Our teachers are held to the highest professional and moral standards. We use regular literacy and standardized tests, and older students go to academic support if they do not finish homework. Parents who miss events have two weeks for a make-up, or their child must stay home.
While most Christian schools charge tuition to cover 90% of costs, and raise 10%, at Hope Prep nearly 90% of our costs are covered by generous partners. Family tuition is determined on a sliding scale, and our Partners cover the rest. Partners are individuals, businesses, foundations, and churches.