HOPE Community Academy is an accredited, public co-educational charter school comprised of primary, intermediate, and middle school levels. The entire school community seeks to provide a safe and trusting learning environment where each student is valued and challenged to grow academically, socially, emotionally, and physically.
As a vital part of the total learning community, HOPE Community Academy is called to educate students in an atmosphere enriched by shared Hmong and American values . . . peace, justice, and respect for one another. The school recognizes that a child’s healthy development is dependent upon learning and living out those values.
In partnership with home and the community at large, each student is encouraged and directed to reach his or her potential. HOPE Community Academy’s academic program emphasizes mastery of the basics, with the core curriculum enhanced by programs in music, information literacy, art, physical education, computer science, and Hmong language.
It is the policy of HOPE Community Academy in St. Paul, Minnesota, to comply with federal and state laws prohibiting discrimination and all requirements imposed by or pursuant to regulations issued thereto, to the end that no person in HOPE Community Academy shall on the grounds of race, color, national and ethnic origin, sexual orientation, or disability be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any educational program, employment, or activity operated by the school.