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Students of Hopewell City Public Schools enjoying Spring Intercession at New Hope Academy

Yum Yum Yum!!

During Spring Intercession at New Hope Academy, students were treated to an enticing event called "All You Can Eat International Food." This intercession offered a diverse array of cuisines from around the world, allowing students to sample a wide variety of dishes. It was a celebration of cultural diversity and culinary exploration, fostering a sense of community and appreciation for different cultures among the students.
Mr. Hargrove and Mr. Kelly with NHA Students.

Give H.O.P.E

Mr. Kelly and Mr. Hargrove visited our students, sharing their life experiences and the journey that led them to success. Their inspiring stories left our students feeling encouraged and hopeful about their own futures. We are grateful for their time and wisdom, which have undoubtedly made a lasting impact on our students' lives. Thank you again, Mr. Kelly and Mr. Hargrove.
Rollin Eatz Owners with NHA Students

Rollin Eatz at NHA

Mr. and Mrs. Henderson, owners of "Rollin Eatz," shared their insights on entrepreneurship with our CTE students at NHA. Their visit provided valuable lessons on the significance of initiative and innovation in business. The students were engaged and inspired by their presentation, gaining valuable knowledge about the entrepreneurial journey. We appreciate the Hendersons for their time and wisdom.

Black History Luncheon

The Black History Month luncheon at New Hope Academy was a resounding success, celebrating unity, love, and black excellence. Dr. Cavell Phillips delivered an inspiring keynote address, and the delicious food catered by NHA staff added to the enjoyment. The students had a great time!

New Hope Blanket Drive

The students and staff of New Hope Academy would like to thank all of those who donated a blanket to a worthy cause. Your contribution has gone a long way to keeping those less fortunate warm. We collected over 80 blankets from many of the schools and the community. The donations were shared with the Hopewell Department of Social Service, the Hopewell Warming Station, and Petersburg CARES inc. It truly takes a village to come together and support others.


Mission Statement

The mission of New HOPE Academy is to develop a community of learners who display academic proficiency, strong character, self confidence, career awareness, and respect for others so that they can be productive 21st century citizens.