Hope Stories

The Hope middle school’s 4th Annual Holiday Showcase was once again a great way to end the 2018 calendar year. It opened with an introduction of the seven principles of Kwanzaa (Unity, Self-Determination, Collective Work and Responsibility, Cooperative Economics, Purpose, Creativity and Faith), a...

In the midst of a busy December, Hope’s administrative team wanted to acknowledge all of the staff members who are directly responsible for our programs and the educational achievements at Hope, i.e. the middle school teachers, graduate support staff, and adult education teachers. Little did...

On Monday, November 20th, administrators were invited to judge Hope’s 4th Annual Egg Drop Contest. After learning about Newton’s Laws related to gravity (i.e., force, resistance and acceleration) in science class, 8th grade students were given the task of creating a container that would...

Thanksgiving is a special time of the year to think about those people in our lives we are grateful for. Hope students celebrated this important holiday by eating delicious pie with their lunch, and writing gratitude “turkey” grams to those they love. Below are...

Hope’s Adult Education Program recently partnered with Philadelphia’s Office of Adult Education (OAE) to support their new initiative funded by the Barra Foundation. The PHL Technology and Adult Education grant, administered through OAE, will study how technology can be used to improve the service delivery...

By Brenda Ridley, Admissions Coordinator On Saturday, September 27, in the park across from the Franklin Institute on Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Hope Partnership Middle School joined more than 20 organizations in hosting activity booths at Philadelphia's first annual MightyFest. A three-day event open to children and...

Happy fall from Hope’s Graduate Support Program! High school placement season is in full swing in the city, and our eighth-grade students have been busy writing their high school essays and picking their top 10 list of high schools! On September 28th, Ms. Holiday...