Why Choose New Hope Christian Academy?
8 Reasons to Make
New Hope Christian Academy
#1 Wisdom and Knowledge
Strong academics are taught within a comprehensive biblical worldview. Students are inspired to strive for excellence, and learn in an environment where they are challenged, encouraged, and motivated to achieve.
#2 Teachers as Role Models
Our teachers hold degrees in their fields and are accredited; many hold advanced degrees. Serving as role models, the Christian aspect of our school is modeled through our teachers.
#3 Personal Attention
Through small class sizes, teachers reach each student individually, allowing them to grow and excel in academics and character.
Parents and students describe New Hope Christian Academy as “home.” New students are welcomed by their peers, and our families enjoy time together at events throughout the year. We encourage students and families to connect to their community through service opportunities and events.
NHCA’s unique urban environment in Historic Downtown Plano affords our students many opportunities for growth. Students can explore and delve deep into the arts, academics and areas of leadership.
#6 Lifelong Investment
Students receive a foundation for high school, college, and for life. They learn to encounter and steward their world through truth, dignity, and care for others.
New Hope Christian Academy is a school of academic excellence; committed to developing Christian leadership, compassion for others, and cultivating God’s purpose academically and spiritually in the lives of the individual students served.
New Hope Christian Academy is designed to meet the needs of families who desire an education for their students from a biblical perspective, and prepare students to enter adulthood with assurance of God’s purpose for their lives. Our goal is to provide Christian education of academic excellence to meet the needs of all students, regardless of race, nationality, ethnic origin, physical challenges, or economic limitations.
Opened Fall of 2017
Class sizes: 10:1 student to teacher ratio
Grades prek3 – 6th grade for fall 2018
Current student population: 35 students, grades K3 – 4th
Tuition assistance available
Afterschool care available
Daycare, 4 – 36 months, opened March 2018