The Mission of Hope Charter School

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The mission of Hope Charter School is twofold.

First, it is our desire to provide an academic environment in which each child will thrive and succeed, regardless of the individual’s learning style and academic strengths or weaknesses, thereby enabling each child to have the opportunity to reach his or her full potential.

Second, we want to provide an inclusion model for autistic children that would allow a gradual transition from the ESE classroom to a regular education classroom, thus offering the same opportunity for them to reach their full potential. The State of Florida requires that a Charter School be unique, offering an education that raises a higher standard and provides learning opportunities not offered in the regular public school setting. Hope Charter School is committed to offering a program that will allow each child to grow academically, socially, physically and emotionally. A variety of innovations will be used to accomplish these goals.

Hope Charter School admits students regardless of race, color, creed, national origin or religious preference. A registration form for each student must be completed and submitted to Hope Charter School to begin the enrollment process.