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Summer Enrichment Program

Keep elementary academic minds growing and sharp! Let junior high students improve in weak areas or excel in studies of special interests. Get high school students extra credit or make up credits missed during the school year. Hope Christian Academy offers a (.5) Semester Credit, Summer Educational Program based on an Individualized Approach with an additional possible (.5) earned credit per term based on the student’s additional output and achievement.

All 1-12 grade subjects are available for make-up credits or summer enrichment, including elementary classes like Word Building, Math, or Creative Writing and Literature, and high school classes like English, Algebra I & II, Geometry, Trigonometry, Biology, Physical Science, Chemistry, Physics, World History, Geography, Civics, Economics and several electives including Health, Etymology, and Bible. Individual Diagnostic Testing and Academic Counseling provided in application process.

Each Session is based on 40 hours of study. Full participation and at least 90% attendance or makeup equivalent is required for credit and an "A", "B", or "C" grade. All curriculum and teaching assumes a Biblical worldview. Each day runs from 9:00 – 11:30 a.m.


  9:00 Welcome and Biblical Principles Discussion 
  9:15 Learning Center with Individual Tutoring 
  10:15 Break 
  10:30 Learning Center with Individual Tutoring 
  11:30 Dismissal 

Session I: June 9 - July 3, 2014

Session II: July 28 - August 22, 2014

  Registration and Diagnostic Testing/Session $150 ($100 by May 1) 
  Tuition - payable before the first class $495 

Registration for Summer School does not imply registration or acceptance at Hope Christian Academy for the school year. Applicants will be interviewed for determining acceptance or denial to the program. Hope Christian Academy accepts students without regard to race, color, sex, or national or ethnic origin who are willing to abide by its principles and objectives.

Student discipline for inappropriate behavior will consist of 1) a teacher to student warning, progressing to 2) a teacher to parent phone call, then 3) a day suspension from the program with assigned school work, and finally, if necessary, 4) dismissal from the program without credit or refund.

Students may be registered either by calling the school office, or filling out an online application.