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What began as one school with 47 students has grown to a broader organization serving more than 5,000 children and their families, plus an increasing number of learners who are accessing online content. We’re looking for innovative leaders who will help us bring a full and lasting education to more children.
In particular, here are the strategic initiatives we are advancing:
More high-quality seats for more children in the areas of most need.
We’re driven by our belief that a full and lasting education should be affordable and accessible to all, regardless of income or geography. We’ll continue to serve more children by adding new schools and regions as prudence and resources allow, following either our private Christian or public charter school models.
More innovative ways to address the character formation gap.
From the beginning, HOPE and EAGLE schools have intentionally integrated character formation into staff development and educational programming with the goal of preparing scholars to be serving leaders in their family, workplace, community, nation and world. A few years ago we asked ourselves a question that has led us on a journey having far more profound impact than we at first intended. The question was: How can we take character formation beyond behavior modification to something that becomes internally driven and will guide our graduates in college, as moms and dads, as employers and employees and as citizens for life?
Out of this question, the Character Formation Project was born. The project is a licensed set of character formation content and programming with two versions — one for public education based on civic character virtues, and the other for Christian education based on Biblical character virtues.
More faith-based educational choices.
As the American education landscape becomes more diverse, we believe that faith-based educational choices must remain a viable part of the landscape. The average cost of a tuition-based Christian education is roughly $7,000 per student and rising, while the capacity for middle and low income families to afford it is shrinking. As educational entrepreneurs, we must find new ways to deliver high-quality faith-based educational options to the growing population of families in our nation who desire it, who simply cannot afford the traditional model.