im now a sophomore in highschool at another high school in gwinnett county, but did go to hca in my earl child years. they did a great job in build a good strong foundation in my spirital, emotionally, and academically. i would defintely recommened this school.
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Posted by a other on 05/26/12
EXCELLENT,EXCELLENT ,EXCELLENT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I'm very pleased with the education that my 2 kids are receiving.This school makes a big difference in our children and community's life. Thank you so much.
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Posted by a parent on 03/14/12
All i have to say is GREAT ,EXCELLENT SCHOOL. Thank you to all the hard working staff at HCA.My child is in 5th grade and has a caring and loving teacher who will take her time to make sure the students understand what she is teaching them.I am very pleased .A BIG THANK YOU to all.Keep the good work.
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Posted by a parent on 03/13/12
Great school very pleased! My daughter is getting a very good education. Al the teachers and staff are so caring .My daughter is in K5 reading chapter books, we do science project ,diaramas, fractions etc.I am a proud parent of HCA!
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Posted by a parent on 03/11/12
My child has attended Hopewell since K5, she is currently in 3rd grade now. Hopewell has provided my her with a great educational foundation. The ABEKA curriculum is a rigorous program that keeps the kids challenged. My child has excelled on academically, socially and biblicaly. Compared to public
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Posted by a parent on 01/25/12
I sent my kids to this school during the 2009 -2010 school. It was one of the biggest mistakes my family ever made. Maybe if your kids are really young and are still in the earlier grades they will do OK at Hopewell but if you have middle or high school children the heed my warning parent avoid this
... Read more school like the plague. I moved my kids back into the public school system for the 2010 2011 school year and they now have a year of catching up to do. While my kids attended school there we found just about every other middle school child/parent had the same complaints about the quality of education that we had. I can t believe I allowed my kids to attend a full school year there I should have pulled them out earlier. Read less
Posted by a parent on 08/28/10
The teachers are excellent and really care about the students that have been entrusted to their care. Bishop Sheals very friendly. The environment fosters love and promotes positive growth.
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Posted by a parent on 05/12/10
My child is a graduate of Hopewell Christian Academy. I was very pleased with the principals, school administrators, and teachers. They were very involved with the children academically and spiritually. They inspired the students to do their best and were very encouraging in many ways. I have referred
... Read more this school to many of my peers because I believe in the academy and the goals that they have set for our children. Our children can do anything and all things with Christ and in an environment that brings the best out of them. The environment fosters love and growth. The teachers are exceptional I am anticipating enrolling my granddaughter in the near future. Read less
Posted by a parent on 02/22/10
My son is in 2nd grade and he was blessed to have Mrs. Manning again 2 years in a row. The curriculum is excellent. My son's vocabulary list is harder than my 9th grade daughters, and he learns them. I love the small environment and the teachers treat you like family. The principal is a very encouraging
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Posted by a parent on 02/10/10
I have been really impressed with Hopewell Christian Academy. My son has made a compelte turnaround and is now excelling. The small schools (approx 200 students) really allows the students, teachers and parents to be very active in the lives of the student. The school is the cleanest School I have
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Norcross schools — Hopewell Christian Academy is located at 182 Hunter St, Norcross GA 30071. 182 Hunter St is in the 30071 ZIP code in Norcross, GA Hopewell Christian Academy is a Private school that serves grade levels PK - 12.
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