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.
Spring Break Parent/Guardian Update In accordance with distance learning recommendations from the Governor of the State of New York, Hope Hall is adjusting the Spring Break schedule slightly. As a
Hope Hall launches e-learning “Classrooms” while School remains Closed On Monday, March 30, Hope Hall teachers launched classroom specific distance learning pages. These pages will be updated regularly and include
Hope Hall Faculty Continues to Think of Ways to Keep Students Engaged while School is Closed Mrs. Droegmoeller unveiled new home learning opportunities on Tuesday, March 24, 2020. Please read
Thank you for your support and patience during this unprecedented time as we deal with COVID19. Today, Monday 3/16/20, is our first day of school being closed. Faculty and staff
Our January newsletter is here! If you are currently on our direct mailing list but would rather receive an electronic version instead, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know! This
Thank you to those who came out to Sager Beer Works on Thank You Thursday for our friend-raiser! We appreciate all of your support for our students!
Hope Hall friends and supporters joined together on Tuesday, November 12 at A Horse with Wings kick-off event to help raise money for our students. There was tons of items
The 25th Annual Toast for Hope Gala was held on Saturday, October 12, at Oak Hill Country Club and raised over $300,000! This year was special as we honored Founder
Have you seen our “Burying of the I Can’ts Ceremony” spreading across the news lately? First 13WHAM, then the Democrat & Chronicle, and now USA TODAY has also chosen to cover
If you’d are currently on our direct mailing list but would rather receive an electronic version instead, please email email@example.com and let us know! This issue highlights: Summer Program, High