With specially-designed instruction that utilizes adaptive devices, benchmarks, supplementary aids and services, program modifications, peer-involved learning environments and progress evaluations, students with (dis)abilities can become adults who pursue degrees, careers, achieve goals and set records.
The school is equipped with seven classrooms and five workshops made for up to 50 students, ranging from age five and up, offering vocational skill training to students above high school level.
Hope Academy planning team evaluates, devises and monitors a learner’s educational and vocational experience. They are focused on creating a positive learning environment in which a learner can thrive to their fullest potential.
Planning team includes,
Special Education Teacher & Assistant
“Hope Academy creates a bridge that leads students into adult life.”
We teach an ever growing variety of life skills such as:
Organization and Office work
Gardening and Farming
Sewing and Tailoring
Recycling and Clean Living
We organise a number of activities designed at increasing our students familiarity and comfort with adult life beyond campus. Since opening we’ve successfully organised a number of these excursions and exhibitions which you can see in our news section:
Regular exhibitions for students to create, organize and sell their own creations
Regular field trips and excursions with a focus on integration
Individual Education Program focuses on each student to identify goals and reach them.