Drama is one of the many ways we encourage our students to express themselves. Hope Academy teaches our students the ways they can funnel their emotions into their characters. We help our students overcome their stage-fright, and develop their public speaking skills. We typically have 2 performances a year. Our students are dedicated to put on the best show they can.
Hope Academy wants our students to be successful in every avenue of life. We understand that while some students excel while performing, others excel in writing. Our Freshman students learn the ins-and-outs of writing a newspaper. They learn the various methods of collecting information and relaying to the public. A new paper is released every month so be sure to look out for the next issue!
Speech and Debate allows our sophomores to utilize the skills they learned in Drama and Journalism. Our students learn how to defend their positions on topics they are passionate about. The debates are performed in front of the high school students.
Art Club allows our students to have a new avenue of expression. This is a mandatory class for children in grades K to 6th. This class helps teach students the joy of making art. Students meet up with our Art Teacher, Ms. Barnett, during class time. Over the year, students will make various projects.
Our Art Teacher Ms. Barnett meets with the students in their homeroom
Welcome to Game Club! Taught by our 5th grade teacher Ms. Salado, Game Club allows our students to meet and play various board games. This helps develop their logic skills and their strategizing - both skills which c an be utilized in the classroom and real world. Game Club meets every Monday and Wednesday. Register your child in the Main Office!
Monday 3 PM - 4 PM
Wednesday 3 PM - 4 PM
Join the world of Music! Students are hand selected for the choir and recorders. These students participate in our Christmas show and End of Year programs. While in this club, students learn the ins-and-outs of the music world, including time management, and develop an appreciation for music. To remain in this club, students must maintain an A-B average. To join, please speak to Mrs. Cooke or Mr. Gideon.
Music is held on Tuesday and Thursday based on when Mr. Gideon has the students homeroom class.