School Start and End times each day is 8:00 - 2:00

                                                            The 2013-2014 School Public Accountability Reports

 

Falcon About Hope School 

Hope is a special center school, which serves a population of students who are intellectually disabled.  These students may also be autistic, visually impaired, hearing impaired, and/ or physically impaired.  Hope also has a program for Behavior Therapy. 

Hope School would like to thank the community for helping with the purchase of championship rings for the Basketball Team.  It was a wonderful surprise for the team.


Mission Statement 

The Hope School Mission is to provide a safe secure setting to deliver the instruction and resources needed to help each student reach their maximum potential to become as independent as possible at home, in the community, and during post-secondary education.

 

"We SOAR With Pride!"

 

Hope School recognized Autism Awareness with a group photo! 

Pie in the Face!   
Hope School raised money with a Pie in The Face Activity.  Students voted on who they wanted the pie to go to. However,...

Students of the Quarter!   
Students of the Quarter! Congratulations to you all!         Front Row: Colby Wilson, Anna Grace...

Media Center Joy!   
The students in Mrs. Redmon's Class enjoy the love of books in the Media Center. The media center was created with grants from...

Student Recognition at Special Olympics Summer Games   
Patrick Stuart III will take part in the flag raising ceremonies at State Summer Games Opening Ceremonies on Friday, May 18,...

Olivia Cornwell Presents Her Winning Tropicana Speech About Hope School!   

News 2 You Parent/Kid Link   
Club Roo

Kids Who Are Different   
Kids Who Are Different Here's to the kids who are different, Kids who don't always get A's, Kids who have ears...