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.
Annual Poinsettia Sale Fundraiser Our 25 year tradition continues! Poinsettias are currently being sold for $8.50. These beautiful plants come in 6″ foil pots and help raise funds to support
Gratitude & Hospitality in a COVID World “Feeling happy won’t necessarily make you feel grateful, but feeling grateful will always make you feel happy.” Noticing what is good in your
Tickets on Sale Now We are bringing a little bit of Hawaii to our Hope Hall community. There won’t be actual beaches, but our island inspired on-line event will bring
Choosing Hope Choosing Hope in these trying times is not always easy. It is an individual commitment that needs to be renewed on a daily basis. Over the past few
2020-2021 Planning Update Initial reopening letter with information pertaining to the 2020 – 2021 school year was sent to families on 7-22-20 and can be found on our Community Connection page.
Perseverance Pays Off In our current environment we are finding new and creative ways to stay connected. Our information-packed Spring Newsletter 2020 has details on distance learning, highlights Hope Hall
Hope Hall Launches Virtual Community We are thrilled to be hosting virtual community meetings on-line. We should have about 2 “meetings” a week through the remainder of the school year.
May 4 -8, 2020 Teacher Appreciation Week Our students and families wanted to make Teacher Appreciation Week extra special for Hope Hall teachers, who have gone above and beyond this
May 2, 2020 Parade A Huge Success Faculty & Staff filled the Hope Hall parking lot with decorated cars and messages of encouragement for students & families. It was the