Hope Academy is Enrolling for the 2013-2014 School Year
September 10, 2013
INDIANAPOLIS – Hope Academy, Indiana’s only recovery high school, is enrolling for the 2013-2014 school year. This fully accredited, tuition-free, public charter high school provides opportunities for academic achievement, sobriety and personal growth for students and their families. Finding the right environment for a high school student recovering from alcohol and drug addiction can contribute to both academic success and life-long recovery.
Hope Academy offers a Core 40 curriculum, extra curricular activities, leadership opportunities, one-on-one instruction and addiction recovery support. Graduates receive an Indiana Department of Education Core 40 diploma that meets all college admission standards. Students also receive additional guidance as they pursue higher education or a career by offering college planning, resume writing and interview coaching.
“We have high standards for education,” Hope Academy Principal Gale Stone said. “Some parents have said Hope Academy gave their child the opportunity to go to college, an opportunity that may not have been an option if they stayed at their other school.”
If you would like to learn more about Hope Academy enrollment, please call us today. You will have the opportunity to meet with the school’s administration, take a tour and determine if Hope Academy is the right choice for your family. To learn more about Hope Academy, please visit www.fairbankscd.org/hope-academy or call 317.572.9440.