April 2, 2019

Today at Hope High School, Zariyah and Felizardo, two current Hope High School students, shared their ambitions with the Hope Champion Scholarship committee with the aim of garnering one of two 2019 Hope Champion scholarships to further their dreams after high school. Zariyah created a pencil drawing to demonstrate her accomplished art abilities with the goal…

March 17, 2019

Ever since childhood, adults have asked, “What are you going to do when you grow up?” Usually, a child will answer with a simple response of a type of careers such as a doctor, truck driver or a mommy. Two college professors out of Stanford are challenging us to ask different questions so our responses…

February 20, 2019

Your student informs you that she is done with school and would like to try an online choice. What is the reason? It doesn’t matter really. All that matters is that you are now left with the daunting task of figuring out an online school option. Families need alternatives for their educational requirements, but what…

February 19, 2019

When you just don’t like your instructor  — “I can’t stand my teacher besides they don’t even like me!” If you haven’t heard this yet from your student, don’t be surprised when it comes up some time soon. How can we help our disgruntled pupil successfully maneuver through this rough patch? Here are three suggestions to…

August 10, 2018

Lessons about teamwork and how we encounter opportunities every day. It’s been a week now that I’ve been recovering from a friendly but harsh league game that turned my eye from normal in all cases to a fine looking “shiner” that became the first conversation piece of each and every new encounter for the week…