Hope Hall School’s Woodworking Program began in 2004 as an after-school program. It continues today as an after-school program for our younger students in grades 3 through 8. Our High School sophomores, juniors and seniors must take sequenced, credit-bearing, Woodworking classes as part of the graduation requirements. In addition to learning how to use machinery to cut, sand, and finish wood, students learn production skills, incorporate measuring and applied math skills. Students also acquire skills needed to function as a team member in the workplace.
You can now order items handmade by Hope Hall’s faculty and volunteers online! 100% of the proceeds are donated to our nationally recognized Woodworking Program. Products shown on the Woodworking website below are not made by students due to school regulations.