Over 20 years ago, Sister Diana Dolce, SSJ. opened the doors to Hope Hall School. We are a private, non-sectarian, not-for-profit, 501(c)(3), school that provides a multi-sensory, supportive learning environment for students with Auditory Processing Disorders, Autism, ADD, and ADHD. Today, we have grown to serve approx. 160 students in grades 3-12. We proudly boast a 100% high school graduation rate with students who are prepared for post-secondary schools, training programs, and careers.
Hope Hall School’s Annual Woodworking Holiday Sale at The Mall at Greece Ridge held December 15-17, 2017 raised over $10,700 in net profit for our school Woodworking Program! Thank you
First of all, we would like to extend a huge thank everyone who patronized and/or volunteered at our Annual Woodworking Holiday Sale at The Mall at Greece Ridge this past weekend (December
Our very own Executive Director & Founder, Sister Diana Dolce, S.S.J. was featured on WROC-TV Channel 8 News’ Extraordinary People news segment on Wednesday, December 6th at 5:30pm and again at 5:30am
Our Annual Woodworking Holiday Sale on Saturday, December 2nd, 2017 brought in over $7,600 in net profit for Hope Hall’s Woodworking Program! This is a 20% increase in net profit
Our December Hope Hall School Newsletter is now available online here! Read this month’s issue to learn more about a special holiday recipe guaranteed to please everyone, our Fire Escape
Hope Hall School was featured on local news channels this week to advertise our school’s Woodworking Program and upcoming Annual Woodworking Holiday Sales. Our first Holiday Sale of the season
Our ROC the Day results are in! Hope Hall School raised $1,999 in gross profit with 21 ROC Star donors! All of the funds were raised through United Way of Greater Rochester’s website
Hope Hall School is hosting our Annual Woodworking Holiday Sales on Saturday, December 2nd at Hope Hall (gymnasium) from 9am-3pm and Friday-Sunday, December 15th-17th at The Mall at Greece Ridge
Fourth grade Hope Hall student, Layne Harned, won the Gates Fire District’s Fire Escape Plan Contest. Students were given the task of drawing a fire escape plan for their home.