Attendance at Hope School is a privilege and is by application only. Acceptance, including terms and conditions, is determined by the administration. Applications are available from the school office and must be completed in detail. If a class is full, accepted students will be put on a first-come, first-served wait list.
The enrollment process is as follows:
Read the handbook and share appropriate sections with your child(ren)
Submit the following:
Following review of the application by the administration, notification will be given regarding acceptance or wait-list status.
Students will be entered into classes based on their age, if it is believed the child should be placed in a different class, it will be handled on a case-by-case basis.
Once accepted, students will have their spot held in a class only after the non-refundable $200 deposit* is received.
Current students may apply for the following school year when re-enrollment opens. The following conditions must be met to qualify for re-enrollment:
The student must be meeting academic and behavior standards as laid out in the handbook.
A fully completed re-enrollment application, along with non-refundable $200 deposit* must be submitted to the office.
All financial obligations to the school must be current.
Students that are not re-enrolled by June 1st cannot be guaranteed a place in the class for the following school year.
Students transferring to Hope are accepted based on their completed application and previous school records. Students are enrolled into the appropriate grade level once records have been reviewed by administration. If there are concerns about a student’s ability or placement, it can be discussed on a case-by-case basis with parents and accommodations or adjustments will be made.
It is, and shall be, the policy and practice of Hope International School, in admission of students or the hiring of employees, not to discriminate on the basis of the applicant’s race, color, gender or national origin.
*The non-refundable $200 deposit will be applied toward child’s annual tuition costs.