Hope Stories

"This is the first time that I’ve ever seen anyone play golf.” “You can even hear the birds singing out here.” These were some of the student comments as four students and four staff members from Hope Partnership drove into Overbrook Golf Club on Thursday,...

As part of the Entrepreneurial Marketing Classes at Temple’s Fox School of Business, students are assigned a project designated The 10-10-10 Project . The project requires the students to actively work with a charity of their choice during the course to assist them to raise money, build...

Hope Partnership is very excited to be partnering with Books in Homes, a non-profit addressing ‘booklessness’ in the homes of students. They provide a “hand-up” vs. a “hand-out” philosophy to empower the children they serve. Books in Homes will provide each Hope student a packet...

Once again, Hope Middle School students are participating in the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia’s Student Diplomat Jr. Model UN Program at Temple University.  This year’s research/activities focus on gaining knowledge on two topics:  Climate Change as well as Protecting and Preserving Cultural Heritage.   Seventh...

The Graduate Support program hosted its third annual trip to Sky Zone for the alumni students this month. The Hope graduation years ranged from 2002 – 2016, spanning many different ages for bonding and mentoring. A group of 20 alumni, along with Miss Holiday...

While the snow fell in Philadelphia earlier this month, Dr. Sharon DuPree and Brittany Holiday, our principal and graduate support director, had the opportunity to travel to Tucson, Arizona, for an annual professional development retreat. The NativityMiguel Coalition hosted the two-day National Conference 2016-17 for...

On January 25th, twenty-two of Hope’s female students went to see Hidden Figures, a film about a group of brilliant African American women mathematicians who were part of the U.S. team responsible for sending the first man into space in 1962.  Despite the many challenges...