HOPE recognizes that all students learn differently. While some students thrive in the traditional classroom setting, others are more successful through alternate methods of curriculum delivery.

HOPE offers Internet-based learning technology supported by classroom based instruction from certified teachers and mentors. This well-rounded education is designed to cater to individual students’ needs.  

This learning model allows students to:

  • Use computers and the Internet to achieve their educational goals
  • Learn at community-based Learning Centers or at home
  • Utilize experienced mentors and teachers for one-on-one academic and social support
  • Complete the curriculum at an individualized pace
  • Study what they need to learn, not what they already know


At-Risk Students
HOPE is committed to serving at-risk students, including those who lack health, food, clothing, and shelter, or the less tangible necessities of life – acceptance, support, opportunity, and life skills.  

Student Eligibility
Students must be at least 5 years old and not yet 21 years old on October 1st of the applicable school year (August – May) i.e. For the 2012/2013 school year, students must be at least 5 years old and not yet 21 years old on October 1, 2012.

2017 HOPE Pathways Plan

17-18 HOPE Suggested School Supply List