Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do you accept scholarships or financial aid?  In order to maintain total control of our curriculum, we choose not to accept governmentally funded programs or monies.  This means that we cannot accept scholarships or financial aid from these types of programs.
  • How do you keep your prices so low?  Our mission is to provide the families in our community the opportunity to take advantage of private, Christian education at a price they can afford.  Furthermore, our staff believes that this opportunity is an avenue for them to minister and share the love of Jesus with their students.

  • Is HOPE accredited?  Grades 9-12 are fully accredited through the Georgia Accrediting Commission.  Although grades K4-8th are not independently accredited through an outside agency, all classes utilize Abeka's fully accredited curriculum.


  • Can I visit or take a tour?  Our doors are always open to enrolled families as well as prospective families.  Our office is open Monday - Friday from 8:30 - 2:30 and you are welcome to visit to get enrollment information or to tour our facility.

  • What if my student has an IEP?   We do our best to meet each student's individual educational needs.  If your student requires modifications or allowances that are within the bounds of the services we are equipped to provide, you have our commitment that we will do everything we can to help your student achieve success.   Please note that we often find that low teacher-student ratio and the structure of a traditional curriculum reduces the need for interventions.

  • What do fees include?  Our fee schedule is made of up three types of payments.  1.  Your enrollment fee secures your student's spot in a classroom and initiates your commitment to partnership with HOPE.  2.  Your matriculation fee covers books/materials, testing fees, and all other costs associated with your student's attendance.  3.  Your monthly tuition covers salaries for our staff as well as other general operating expenses.


  • What do you mean by partnership between teachers and parents?  The greatest chance for academic success for your student lies in the consistent communication and interaction between their parents and their teachers.  Much like players and coaches have to be on the same team and working towards a common goal in order to achieve a win, academic partnership works in much the same manner.  We ask each of our parents to commit to standing behind our teachers and to encourage your student's to give their best in preparation, effort and participation.


  • What can I expect?  You have our commitment to help your student attain academic success by providing quality instruction in a loving environment so that they can learn and have opportunities to exhibit integrity and Christlike character. 
HOPE Academy Fees