We work with leaders called to build a Christ-centered school for urban, low income students in their home city.

God is calling visionary leaders to launch Christ-centered schools

Watch Hope Academy co-founder Russ Gregg share his story of starting a Christ-centered school for his urban neighbors.

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If you are considering starting a Christ-centered school for at risk youth in your city, please complete our fellowship application:

A fellowship includes a comprehensive site visit of Hope Academy and orientation to our model, including time with co-founder Russ Gregg.

 

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I am not only a product of Christian education myself but I have served at two urban Christian schools in Minneapolis. First as a teacher at Minnehaha Academy, and then in senior leadership at Hope Academy, a classical, Christ-centered school for...

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Russ Gregg is the co-founder and Head of School of Hope Academy and a thought leader in Christian education. Subscribe to our monthly updates and blog posts, and we'll send you a free ebook from Russ Gregg: “The Mark of God and Our Education Crisis.”

Hope Academy is a flagship for our Christian schools. The development and growth of Christian schools like Hope Academy is so encouraging. CSI is excited by the school planting efforts of the Spreading Hope team.

Jeff Blamer

Vice President, Member Services, Christian Schools Intl. (Grand Rapids, MI)

I am so thankful for Hope Academy and the Spreading Hope team. We started our school for low income urban youth in 2014 and are now serving nearly 80 students in grades K-5. I simply can’t imagine where we would be without their support and direction. 

Doug Fern

Head of School, Faith Academy (Iowa City, IA)

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