MILWAUKEE, WIS. --- HOPE Christian Schools has received a significant investment from the Drexel Fund for additional growth and expansion in Milwaukee and Racine.
Hope Christian Schools, the largest operator of voucher schools in Milwaukee outside of the Catholic Church, will open its seventh school in the fall.
“Three-peat” is a well-known term honoring three consecutive championships in a sport. The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines “three-peat” and even “four-peat.” It has yet to define five-peat, likely because it is a rare occurrence in sports. The scholars at HOPE Christian High School have achieved a five-peat with lasting impact.
By Kevin P. Chavous, Executive Counsel, American Federation for Children, Contributing Writer, Urban News Services.
Choose Your School Wisconsin talks to the Cannalte family about their educational choices.
Accolades for academics, the same way we celebrate athletics in our society.
Exploratory work in an area of the country determined to create high-quality options for children.
The numbers are eye-popping: A total of 416 yards rushing last week. And a two-game total of 719 yards, which leads all running backs in the state by a margin of 180 yards.
A trio of private, religious schools in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, has been closing the academic achievement gap for inner-city kids who attend the school largely using vouchers. HOPE Christian Schools operates three private schools—the Prima and Fortis K-8 schools, and a high school. The schools hold tight to their Christian identity.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker spoke to reporters Thursday afternoon during a visit to HOPE Christian School: Prima, a voucher school on the city's north side.