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Hope Christian School Of Hanover5
Posted January 17, 2013
- a parent
We have three children enrolled in Hope Christian, each with very different needs and learning abilities. It has been a great blessing to see both the teachers and the administration work to reach each of our children and develop their potential. All of the teachers that have worked with our special needs child have been attentive, flexible, and effective. Volunteers have been committed and caring. We are very thankful that the Lord has established HCS in the area.
Our daughter is in kindergarten at Hope Christian School and we are amazed at how much she has learned -- both on the academic and the Christian side. While this is a newer school, its attendance is growing every year, which is a very positive sign. While the public schools cut back on programs like music and art, Hope emphasizes them to help develop the student fully. Our family loves Hope Christian School and we look forward to seeing our daughter graduate from there in the Class of '24!
God is first. Its the same philosophy we strive for in our home. Hope provides a patient and positive environment with all of the assistance a teacher can give. WIthout the funding of the public sector one can't expect to have all of the programs of a public school. They can't raise taxes to finance programs at a whim. Our children while extremely different from each other have flourished at Hope in academics, spiritual growth and personal discipline. Hope is a great school for anyone who places high value on the spiritual growth experience and academic excellence.
This school is phenomenal! My son has made honor roll every semester since kindergarten, now in 3rd grade. He has had 5-6 students in his classes with very personal 1-1 teaching. There teachers are highly accredited. They take very good care of there students and help them excel in every aspect of learning and life. There's also an exceptional standard for christian teaching, with very high morals.
Very advanced school, high expectations, strives for excellency at children's expense. They are not equipped with specialized teachers for students with learning disorders. LIU works with students once a week but classroom modifications by the teacher are, for the most part, not carried out. On the positive; small classes allows more attention to each student, high Christian morals are taught, nice dress code.