Hope Stories

Holiday time at Hope Partnership settled into a series of predictably wonderful experiences. It began with decorating the lobby, led by our two Brittanys (Ms. Holiday and Ms. Tannehill) who were assisted by master decorators from the 7th and 8th grades. The students could be...

December 16th was a busy night at Hope Partnership! The Graduate Support Program held a special event called “Hot Chocolate, Cheers, and College Check-In.” The event was held for our spectacular junior and senior aged Alumni from the Classes of 2016 and 2017. We got...

Our very own language arts teacher, Mauree n Oblea, hit the school jackpot when she won the American Heritage Credit Union’s (AMHFCU) 2019 Classroom Takeover over contest. The board of directors and members of the credit union supported the 5th grade classroom with a $250...

Developing our students’ artistic talent and knowledge is a high priority at Hope Partnership. All of our middle school students have art class twice a week, and we frequently offer art activities as part of our After-School Enrichment Program. Hope’s connection to art was featured...

Here's just a sample of some of the amazing moments that made our 13th annual Friendraiser such a success! Thank you to everyone who came out and supported us! You give us all Hope! Click any image to see a larger version. [gallery link="file" columns="5" ids="2626,2630,2629,2628,2627,2625,2624,2623,2622,2621"]...

Earlier this month, the Pennsylvania Women’s Conference was held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center and hosted a robust 10,000 women from across the state and nation. Thanks to the support provided by OmniCable, Hope Director of Graduate Support Brittany Holiday and Amina Whittaker –...

Imagination can take you anywhere. Using your imagination while you have a pen in hand can lead to the creation of some interesting – and sometimes wild - stories. Interesting, wild, funny, and fantastic are all adjectives that could be used to describe the stories...

The world is moving faster and faster each year. Cell phones and computers allow students to access massive amounts of information at breakneck speed that can be overwhelming and anxiety-producing. Statistics from the past decade of the National Institute of Mental Health reported 2.3 million...