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Summertime is full of warm days and making memories with people you care about. The summer of 2021 proved this sentiment to be true for Hope Partnership for Education’s Graduate Support Program. After a year of virtual learning, many alumni were craving to reconnect with friends....

Hope Partnership Middle School’s Class of 2021 graduated on June 9th. The smaller than usual, socially-distanced ceremony was a welcome turn toward the kind of celebration we’ve been anticipating for the past year and a half. The students were only able to invite two...

Our Hope Room felt like home again after experiencing our socially-distanced middle school graduation and the year-end celebration of our Adult Education Program, which was held two days later. The adults had received virtual instruction throughout the entire pandemic, but they really missed their learning...

As I write my last story for the e-newsletter, I’m remembering and rejoicing. Just in the two hours since I arrived this AM, there have been three incidents that brought a knowing smile to my face. I walked into the seventh grade area and learned that...

Honoring Teacher Appreciation Week: Living Our Core Values   For Teacher Appreciation Week, Hope middle schoolers shared their heartfelt thanks to all of the adults at Hope Partnership who helped them learn and grow throughout this historic year. Students’ gratitude clearly reflects the key components of our...

By Gionna, Hope Middle School Graduate My name is Gionna, and I am a Hope alumna attending Walter B. Saul High School of Agricultural Sciences - the only high school in the country to focus on agriculture. As an eighth grade student at Hope, my...

Hope Partnership was saddened to say farewell to Brittany Holiday, Director of Graduate Support after she made the difficult decision to leave Hope. Brittany was a pillar of Hope’s community for the past nine years, and her role as Director of Graduate Support was formative...

Hope’s Adult Education program just wrapped up its third session of the year, remotely on Zoom. Our students keep chugging along on track! Our language arts classes kicked off their study of literature this session with Amanda Gorman’s resplendent Inauguration poem, “The Hill We Climb.” The...

One’s senior year of high school is always full of many mixed emotions as it is both an exciting and nerve-wracking time. The simultaneous excitement and anxiousness that seniors feel derives from the same source: college. Selecting, applying, and choosing a college is a very...