Last Updated: 9/20/2021 4:34 PM

The mission of The HOPE Academy is to Help Our Pupils Excel in Academics, Behavior, and Citizenship-The HOPE Academy ABC's.  Intensive academic and social skills interventions are provided for those students whose needs are currently not being met through traditional school programs and services.  Upon successful completion of The HOPE Academy program and a recommendation by the school principal, students are transitioned to their home schools.

Parent involvement is essential to student success at The HOPE Academy.  Parents are required to attend an in-take orientation meeting and to complete a school application process prior to enrollment of their child at The HOPE Academy.  Additional parent conferences and meeting days may be scheduled during the semester.  Parents are expected to participate in these conferences and meetings to help ensure their child's successful completion of The HOPE Academy program.  Parents are also encouraged to call the school to schedule a conference at any time they would like to discuss their child's progress or have a question or concern.

The HOPE Academy

-People, Purpose, Passion-

-Transforming our youth-one Life at a time-from the inside out-

Stephanie Winn-Chappell, Principal

Kenneth Kennedy, Title I Coordinator/Virtual Academy Facilitator/MTSS Chair

Tiffany Pitts, Guidance Counselor


Greetings Parents, Guardians and Students,

We are very enthusiastic to welcome each of you to The HOPE Academy for the 2021-2022 school year. At The HOPE Academy, each student who attends will be afforded the best environment and opportunity to set and achieve personal and academic goals. We are committed to ensuring students achieve their goals with success. Our school follows a disciplined and well regulated environment that allows teachers to provide effective instruction to our students. We have high expectations of our students and teachers and disrespect and defiance will not be tolerated. Our climate is nontraditional and we take a holistic approach to ensure that our students’ needs are met behaviorally and academically. Our primary goal is to ensure that we are educating the whole child and equipping our students with new skills and techniques so that the students may transition back to their base schools successfully.

The HOPE Academy’s culture is positive, purposeful, healthy and productive. Our expectation is to ensure that the time spent at The HOPE Academy is a time of self- reflection and progression towards students reaching their goals. We are confident that the team at The HOPE Academy will challenge each student to achieve personally and academically.

We also believe strongly in the parent, student, and school relationship. We encourage parents to be involved in school activities and meetings with teachers. If there are any issues please do not hesitate to contact me.



Stephanie Winn-Chappell



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For Information on Title 1 Parent and Family Engagement Policy click on the following link

https://www.troup.k12.ga.us/userfiles/928/My Files/LEA PFEP 21-22 (1).pdf?id=72262 


Link for Annual Title 1 Meeting and Google Form for sign in sheet