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.
Come along on this tribute in Motion to discover what community members said about the Heroes in their lives.
In October’s newsletter, Sister Diana Dolce focuses on the characteristic of Goodness and how important that is for the greater good of society.
The theme for this year’s Toast for Hope Gala is Hope Heroes. We are very grateful to the following companies and individuals for their support of our students and our
A delightfully staged “book tasting,” introduced Hope Hall students to a variety of genres of books and got them intrigued to read books about which they might never have known.
In September’s Newsletter, Sister Diana shares how, from the very first day at Hope Hall, she focuses students on the actions of Creating Community and on Developing a Language of
The theme for this year’s Gala is Hope Heroes Toast for Hope Heroes. Since we’re expanding the opportunities for participation this year by inviting people to join us virtually for
With so much happening this year, we decided a Summer newsletter was in order. Sister Diana’s message looks back at this past year that demanded resiliency and hope from everyone,
We’re giving an enormous shout of THANKS to all of the partiticipants in this year’s High Hopes Golf Tournament! Without every single Golf Committee Members, Golfer, Sponsor, Donor, Volunteer, staff
This Program Opens at 12 Noon on Monday, July 19! The Senior year is arguably the most important year to most students. That’s why we’re asking for your help to