Vision, Purpose, and Mission

New Hope Academy seeks to equip each young person to influence culture and society for the advancement of God's kingdom.
The ultimate purpose of New Hope Academy is to glorify God and to teach its students to do the same.
New Hope Academy is a Christ-centered school educating children of diverse racial and socio-economic backgrounds by establishing a Biblical worldview and preparing each child to flourish academically, emotionally, socially, and spiritually.

New Hope Academy Five Core Values

Christ-Centered

All things were created by God and for God. Grounded in the authority of Scripture and prayer, we seek to be centered on the grace and love of Jesus in word and deed. Christ is the source and motivation for everything we do. We rest and depend on the faithfulness of God.

Formative Learning

An education rooted in the Christian classical tradition establishes a Biblical worldview and culitvates wisdom by nourishing the soul on truth, beauty, and goodness. Our educational program invites students to engage with a feast of living ideas through an integrated and challenging curriculum allowing students to discover and steward their God-given potential for the glory of God.

Personhood of Each Child

All children are created in God’s image, to be regarded with dignity and respect, and are capable of the discipline and delight of learning.

Equitable Access

Equitable Christ-centered education instills vision and confirms hope for all students. We seek to be a catalyst for change in the cycle of poverty by removing financial and social barriers for the underserved in our community. We reserve 40-50% of enrollment for students who live below or near the poverty line.

Connected Community 

A community of cultural, racial, and economic diversity is a gift to be nurtured and enjoyed. We believe in the necessity of building authentic, loving relationships, with one another to more fully experience the beauty and vastness of our Creator. Through these meaningful relationships, we are dedicated to reconciliation across economic, racial, and cultural differences.