Traditional academics aren’t enough.
The idea of young people and hope has always been intertwined. After all, the next generation is our future — our future leaders, community, workforce, and families. For this reason, we have great hopes for our children, but we also have great fears.
Our world is struggling with disconnection, discouragement, and disillusionment, and this includes our young people. Traditional academics and extracurricular activities aren’t enough; in fact, they never were. Our students need connection, encouragement, purpose, inspiration, and, most of all, life-changing Hope.
Our students need something different.
Critical thinking. Collaboration. Communication. Christian. These are the foundations of Hope’s Philosophy of Education, developed with the latest research in student learning and growth. The goal? To prepare students for any future, even for careers that don’t yet exist.
In a world that is increasingly marked by division and disconnect, Hope is an extraordinary place of connection. Low student-teacher ratios and high student participation create a culture of belonging. Students build meaningful relationships within Hope’s hallways and also with the community beyond its doors.
When we are connected to God’s love, we have everything we need – including hope. HCA connects students to God’s love through a program built on the truths of the Bible and a culture filled with grace. As they look to the future, students are encouraged in their unique set of gifts and God-given purpose in life.
Ranked #2 Best Christian School in Wayne County
Hope Christian Academy is part of one of the largest private school systems in the country, one that has been educating students for over 150 years. It has been our joy to serve Wayne County, the greater Detroit area, and the city of Westland, Michigan for nearly 50 years.
“I love it here, the small environment makes it so much easier to learn. The teachers care so much about the students.”
“This school is great from the teachers to the students.”
“HCA has been a huge blessing to my two children. Their teachers know them, guiding them as they go. They have been super active in extra-curriculars that they would not have otherwise have had access to. And ultimately, my kids are happy to go to school, which means a lot.”
“I honestly believe that I am getting the best possible education. I think that the small classes and having a small school in general make learning so much easier.”
“The college that my graduate is attending says that he has a good foundation for writing and also has a good foundation in other subjects. The teachers are willing to go the extra mile with students to help them to be successful and prepared for college.”