Hope Academy believes that the mind is to be exercised and engaged, and desires that students’ minds will be renewed by Jesus Christ, as they increasingly discipline the intellect and develop a Christian worldview, through a curriculum integrating faith and learning.
Hope Academy believes that true leadership is rooted in wholehearted commitment to follow God, and desires to equip students to wisely and willingly lead in service to Jesus Christ.
Hope Academy believes that parents have the primary responsibility of instructing their children, and desires to exhort and to work alongside parents in teaching and training their children, focused on spiritual formation, to be followers of Jesus Christ.
Hope Academy believes that children need godly mentors to model for them and desires that students “grow in the nurture and admonition of the Lord” (Ephesians 6:4b), studying under mature disciples of Jesus Christ.
Hope Academy believes that authority is rooted in God, and desires that students, through a Christ-centered curriculum, will humbly and obediently submit to the Word and will of Jesus Christ.
Hope Academy believes that life is a gift, and desires that students will responsibly and gratefully use their talents and skills in a life of service to others through effective leadership honoring Jesus Christ.
Hope Academy believes that all of life is worship, “a living sacrifice” (Romans 12:1) and desires that students voluntarily and passionately worship Jesus Christ.