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Accepting New Student Applications for 2016-2017

We are currently accepting New Student Initial Applications!  

The Open Enrollment period opened January 8, 2016.  All families interested in being a part of the Spring lottery database and eligible for admission to Hope Charter Leadership Academy must submit their initial applications by Friday, March 11, 2016.  All other applicants submitting applications after this date will be placed on a waiting list according to receipt of your application.  Admission to Hope Charter Leadership Academy is open to any student who wishes to attend our school.  Families are not required to live in a particular area or district within the state. 

 As a public school, Hope Charter Leadership Academy is tuition-free, does not discriminate based on disability, gender, nationality, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, or prior academic achievement when recruiting or admitting students.  School tours are available for families and we welcome you to contact the school to register for a tour. 

Initial Enrollment Packets can be picked up at the school office or downloaded from the Resources section of our school website.  To have the form mailed, emailed or faxed, please contact the school office at 919.834.0941. 

Register soon as seats are filling up fast!  Thank you and we look forward to our academic journey together!

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REMIND

Please take the time to join Hope Charter Leadership Academy's REMIND account!  REMIND is a free, safe, and simple messaging tool that helps teachers and schools share important updates and reminders with students & parents.  All personal information is kept private.

To receive messages via text:  text @hopechar to 81010

To receive messages via email: email hopechar@mail.remind.com

Thank you for your support of Hope Charter Leadership Academy! 

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2nd Cohort of LEAP Participants

Meet our 2nd Cohort of LEAP Graduates! 

Students who participate in the Y Learning Program at Hope Elementary were provided the opportunity to participate in the LEAP program facilitated by Ms. Karen Sansom-Goodman, Substance Abuse Prevention Health Educator.  

LEAP stands for Lead Empower Achieve with Poe.  The LEAP program seeks to recognize, strengthen and support youth leaders, and to highlight the importance of leadership in Wake County youth.  Additional goals include increasing leadership and teamwork skills, positive communication skills and healthy decision making skills. 

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