Hope Stories

June 5th was a wonderful day here at Hope Partnership for Education. We had the incredible honor of celebrating the eighth grade Class of 2019’s graduation. It was an amazing event as graduates marched into the Hope Room to “Pomp and Circumstance,” performed by Hope’s Recorder...

“By embracing the belief that change is always possible even in the bleakest of circumstances, African Americans have exemplified a resilient spirit that is also fundamentally American.” -Quote from the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture Hope’s eighth graders went to Washington, D.C.,...

Most of you who are reading this e-newsletter know that the work of Hope is hardly a solitary endeavor. Creating, enriching, and sustaining Hope happens on many levels. Obviously, the dedicated work of our faculty and staff is foundational to this venture. Those involved in...

Some exciting developments are happening for Hope Partnership’s Adult Program. It was the recipient of a National Book Fund Award for $2,000 worth of books from Pro-Literacy Publishers, a publisher of adult education curricular materials. The program is also preparing for the first installment in the...

Though April was not the favorite month for our middle school students, since it was the month for PSSA Standardized Testing, it turned out to be a month of great support from our partners, from both near and far. The assistance started during the first...

Congratulations to to our staff here at Hope that have been recognized for excellence in their profession! Dr. Sharon DuPree - who serves as the head of school for Hope’s middle school program - was one 52 educators ors from throughout the U.S. who received...

From March 18th – 22nd, classrooms and halls of our school were filled with the spirit of joy, reflection and generosity.  Our annual Spirit Week theme this year was Social Justice.  Each grade chose an issue close to their hearts to learn more about.  Topics...