Hope College

Quick Facts

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Hope College is:​

  • Co-educational

  • Boarding only

  • Approved by GES

  • Approved by WAEC

  • A WAEC May/June WASSCE centre

Courses Offered

  • General Science

  • General Arts

  • Business (Accounting Option)

  • Home Economics

Current Student Population: 427

Unique Characteristics

  • Absolutely no bullying/hazing

  • Community service programme

  • Mentorship programme

  • Zero tolerance for exam malpractice

  • The whole school is a choir

A Different Kind of High School

Hope College is our senior high school established on 1st October, 2012 within the ambit of the Ghana Education Service. Hope College is co-educational, wholly-boarding and located on the Village of Hope Campus at Gomoa-Fetteh in environmentally friendly buildings that provide a calm learning atmosphere for students, faculty and staff. 

 

Mission

Hope College exists to educate students in preparation for a lifetime of character, scholarship, service and leadership to transform their world to impact the world.

 

Vision

To become a leading secondary-level institution of learning in the world.

Objectives

  • To educate and train learners especially the disadvantaged without regard to colour, origin, class, creed or religion.

  • To train and produce persons who can offer excellent services to humanity to the glory of God.

 

Core Values

The core values of Hope College are character, scholarship, service and leadership. In everything we do, we seek to inculcate and then epitomize Christ-like character, rigorous scholarship, selfless servanthood and servant leadership.

 

Pillars

Character. Scholarship. Service. Leadership.  

 

Beliefs

  • We believe that every student is a child of God, created by Him to live a life of worship and service.

  • We believe that the eternal salvation of each student’s soul is our primary concern.

  • We believe that all students can learn.

  • We believe that a College will be most effective when the faculty work in harmony as a team, respect each other, and support each other.

  • We believe that in our daily dealings with each other, we must exhibit the fruit of the Spirit: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control (Galatians 5:22).

  • We believe in the importance and practice of Bible study, prayer and daily worship.

 

Faculty

The faculty of Hope College is made up of highly qualified and uniquely dedicated graduate and professionally-trained teachers. The minimum qualification for subject teachers is a bachelor’s degree.

 

Courses/Programmes

A. General Arts

B. Business (Accounting Option)

C. General Science

D. Home Economics

 

Core Subjects (compulsory and examinable to all students):

  • English Language

  • Mathematics

  • Integrated Science

  • Social Studies

 

These compulsory subjects are are not externally examinable:

  • Life Skills/ Introduction to Entrepreneurship

  • Physical Education

  • Religious and Moral Education

  • Information and Communications Technology (ICT)

  • Sign Language

Our Promise

Hope College promises to be a community of faith that will nurture each student in love and discipline; inculcate in each student Christ-like character, rigorous scholarship, selfless servanthood and servant leadership; equip each student to triumphantly face the realities of life and transform each student to change the world for the better.

Board of Directors of

Hope College

Minister/University Administrator/Lecturer

Member

Samuel Twumasi-Ankrah (Dr.)

Law Enforcement Consultant/Lecturer

Member

Felix Koku Mawusi

Energy Economist

Member

Kofi Adu Agyarko

Human Resource Practitioner

Member

Akosua Konadu Asamoah

Administrator

Member

Reeta Auguste

Educationist

Member

Robert Eghan

Lawyer/Chartered Accountant/Lecturer

Member

Williams Abayaawien Atuilik (Dr.)

Educationist

Member

Lynn Tawiah

Civil Engineer/Teacher

Member

Samuel Addo Osei

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Contact Us

P. O. Box GP 18169, Accra, Ghana | P. O. Box 670394, Dallas, Texas 75367, USA 

Hope Children's Village [Orphanage]: (+233) 243-978-468

Hope Training Institute [Street Programme]: (+233) 208-232-585 | 244-990-100

Hope Christian Academy [Basic School]: (+233) 208-185-045 | 244-738-666 | 243-178-654

Hope Christian Hospital: (+233) 206-300-688 | 207-113-220 | 503-023-191

Church of Christ School [Basic School (Nkwatia)]: (+233) 200-800-020

Hope College [High School]: (+233) 248-748-944 | 200-412-324 | 200-237-175

Group Office: (+233) 202-012-229 | 244-313-404

U. S. Contact: (+1) 817-523-4419 | 817-677-8647

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