Hope Academy receives special resolution by the City-County Council

Hope Academy received a special resolution from the City-County Council of the City of Indianapolis and of Marion County. The resolution commemorates the school’s tenth anniversary of serving students who are in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction and are engaged in a recovery-based lifestyle.

Representatives from Hope Academy attended the City-County Council meeting on September 14 to receive the special resolution. “It’s an honor to have Hope Academy recognized for 10 years of serving young people in our community. This resolution is a complement to our students, past and present,and the impact they make on our community by engaging in recovery,” Hope Academy Chief Operating Officer Rachelle Gardner said.

As the only recovery high school in Indiana—and one of the first nationally accredited recovery high schools—Hope Academy utilizes evidence-based practices to provide a supportive community for students to maintain their sobriety and earn a Core 40 diploma.

To learn more about Hope Academy, please visit www.hopeacademyrhs.org or call 317.572.9440. Hope Academy is currently accepting applications for the 2015-2016 school year.