Hope Stories

Earlier this month, the Friends of Hope Committee, formerly known as the Young Professionals, hosted a happy hour at Mac’s Tavern in Old City to benefit Hope Partnership. The purpose of the event was to raise awareness of Hope, connect with new, like-minded individuals and...

The first cycle of our Greening Club is well underway! To say that the students are enthusiastic about their work would be an understatement. With the help of three amazing volunteers from Narberth, the students have already become more knowledgeable about the butterfly garden that they helped to...

Hope’s music class has been exceeding all expectations due to the passion of our qualified teacher, Ms. Lourdes Cossich, and the talent of our dedicated students. Ms. Cossich, an alum of Eastman School of Music, was a young artist at the Academie de Villecroze in France and Foundation...

On Monday, March14th, Hope’s Middle School launched the 100 Book Challenge reading program. The research based curriculum is designed to instill the love of reading in K-12 students, while building key academic skills needed to succeed in high school, college and life. The program has been proven to...

Imagine addressing both of these topics in the same interview! Hope students did just that as they met with Dr. Frederic M. Bertley, Senior Vice-President for Science and Education at The Franklin Institute. Six students from sixth, seventh, and eighth grade worked during seven of their lunch periods...

Following successes the past two years, Hope Partnership hosted its third annual Career Day in which professionals from the entertainment, science, media, government, and business worlds all shared their knowledge with the students. After hearing a keynote from former NFL tight end and current director...

Three Hope students won an essay contest sponsored by Fairhill Cemetery, the burial grounds of Robert Purvis, the famous abolitionist. You can learn about Robert Purvis, by reading Nikia, Sanaa, and Qaasim’s winning essays here. Our students are all very familiar with the Quaker run historic Fairhill...