Mark your calendars! Our Open House is scheduled for Thursday, September 11th from 3:30 - 5:00. You will receiving an overview about our school initiatives, visit classrooms, and learn more about Leader In Me program. We invite families and community members who are interested in learning more about our school and what makes a unique to join us!
Enrollment for the 2014-2015 school year has closed. At this time we are accepting applications for our wait list. If you are interested in attending and being placed on our wait list. ENROLL ONLINE! All families who are interested in our Academy are encouraged to take a tour of the school in order to learn more about what makes a unique. Please contact the school at 919.834.0941.
Students now have the option to wear: White, light blue, or navy blue collared polo shirts, and navy or khaki colored khaki style pants. All shoes should be neutral in color with no excessive sparkles or bright colors. Shirts should always be tucked in and only brown or black belts are allowed. Girls have the option to wear white, cream, or navy tights with skirts/skorts. We want our student leaders to be neat and tidy in appearance at all times.
Hope Elementary Charter is a tuition-free public school that serves students from Kindergarten through Fifth grades. We are located in the historic Oakwood neighborhood and housed in the Barbee School Building that was erected in 1924. The school's progressive, high-quality, student-centered educational program expands educational choices for parents and their children in the public school system, supports a nurturing community of learners, and focuses on enhancing the academic growth while nurturing social development in every student.
Hope Elementary Charter stakeholders are proud to announce that we have vested in The Leader In Me program, which is an elementary school approach to Covey's Seven Habits of Highly Effective People. The program produces transformational results such as higher academic achievement, increased engagement among teachers and parents, and equips students with the self-confidence and skills they need to thrive in the 21st century economy.