Administrator, Pastor Leo Bracken and Principal, Joan Bracken welcome you to New Hope Christian Academy. We are celebrating our 25th year. We consider it a special opportunity to be part of your child’s educational achievements and spiritual growth. We provide a quality Christian education at an affordable price. Our goal at New Hope Christian Academy is to give students a Christ-centered education, seeking to meet both the mental and spiritual needs. Call (910) 285-5922 today to pick up an enrollment package for grades K4-8. You may also stop by 212 W. Main St. Wallace from 8-2:30 p.m. Monday- Friday. Space is limited in each Learning Center. All new students in grades 1-8 will be given a diagnostic test for placement once arriving.
The goal of New Hope Christian Academy is to give the student a Christ-centered education, seeking to meet both the mental and spiritual needs. We believe that all subjects should be taught in the light of the Scriptures. This school is dedicated to reaching children for Christ, grounding them in the faith and sending them out as well-trained Christian leaders of tomorrow.
Accelerated Christian Education is a Bible-based, Christian K–12 curriculum, consisting of reading programs, core curriculum, required electives, and additional instruction programs.
Each core subject consists of 12 PACEs (Packet of Accelerated Christian Education) per level. Typical students work daily on one PACE in each subject and may be performing at varying levels. The diagnostic test results help to identify academic weaknesses and prescribe a path to help students catch up. Students complete 70 PACEs per year, while maintaining academic balance by completing about the same number of PACEs in each assigned subject.
SELECTION OF STUDENTS
Selection of students is based upon the following:
1. Testing program-to see where the child is functioning academically.
2. Interview with principal.
3. Achievements-scholastic ability.
4. Discipline reports from previous school.
5. Past school attendance.
6. Openings in particular grade level.
7. Student’s attitude of cooperation and behavior.
8. Parent’s attitude of cooperation and behavior.
Opportunity Scholarship 2018-19 APPLICATION is available on FEBRUARY 1, 2018- March 1st. Apply early to get in the Priority Selection Lottery.
Click on the link for more information on NC Opportunity Scholarship. http://www.ncseaa.edu/K-12Grants.htm
Meet all of these:
5 years old or older before Aug. 31st
Lives in an eligible household
Has not graduated from high school
A resident of NC
Has not been in college
Meet at least 1 of these:
Received an Opportunity Scholarship last year
Was a full-time student attending a NC public school or Department of Defense school in NC last spring semester
Is entering Kindergarten or 1st grade
Is in foster care or was adopted within the past year
Has a parent who is on full time active duty with the military