Hope Stories

It hardly seems possible that we’re starting our 5th year in our “new” building at 11th and Huntingdon! The start of the school year never ceases to offer reasons for Hope. Anchor charts, placed strategically around the building, announce a new way of assisting our middle...

Nick and Lorie Howley and Meg Mitkus, the Executive Director of the Howley Foundation, visited Hope Partnership on September 15th. The Howley Foundation supports seven “Howley Scholars” from Hope Partnership Middle School. They’ve also supported one recent high school graduate, who just began his freshman...

Our annual FriendRaiser will take place on Friday evening, November 3rd, at the Springfield Country Club from 6 – 10 PM.  This is an opportunity to learn more about Hope, to meet some of the students, and to enjoy a memorable Friday evening with amazing...

Volunteers from AmeriHealth Caritas, based in Philadelphia, recently volunteered to clean up outdoor areas surrounding Hope Partnership for Education. AmeriHealth Caritas is a national leader in managed care services, serving 17 states and the District of Columbia. The organization provides managed care solutions for...

Family, friends, staff, and alumnae gathered in the Hope Room on June 7 to honor Hope Partnership’s Class of 2017. Graduates marched to out to “Pomp and Circumstance,” performed by Hope’s very own Recorder Club, led by music teacher, Mrs. Lourdes Wenger. Dr. Sharon DuPree,...

“I am looking forward to coming again and maybe even working there as an intern when I am 18 years old!” This was a common sentence from our students’ thank you letters to the four companies that participated in Career Awareness Week. During the week of...

Spirit Week: Celebrate the Past, Hope for the Future, began with each grade researching a decade (60’s, 70’s, 80’s or 90’s) to learn about how life used to be for the adults in their lives. Activities also included two days of after school bake sales...