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Summer 2015

Lottery Results

Please click the link below to find your lottery number and your placement appointment date. If you have any questions please call 202-269-6623.

Click here to view the lottery results

 

We're hiring for the 2015-2016 school year!

 

 

Learn About Our Classes  

 
 
Interested in going back to school but not sure you're ready?  Wondering if Academy of Hope has the right program for you, your family member, friend or client?  
 
Come to one of our May Open Houses.
 
Thursday, May 14, 12:30-2
421 Alabama Ave, SE
(202) 373-0246
 
Thursday, May 21, 12:30-2
601 Edgewood St, NE
(202) 269-6623
 
Thursday, May 21, 5:30-7
601 Edgewood St, NE
(202) 269-6623
 
 
 


NEWS

Academy of Hope’s Chief Executive Officer, Lecester Johnson, is the recipient of the 2015 Amtrak Pioneer Award, conferred by Amtrak and the Washington Wizards to honor African Americans in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area who have made outstanding contributions to their community. 

Academy of Hope will be a presenter at the Commission on Adult Basic Education Conference, April 21-24. The session “Program Implementation: Using Yearlong Strategies to Approach GED 2014 Skills” will be lead by Instructional Director, Daquanna Harrison.

PBS NewsHour aired a segment on January 6, 2015 discussing the challenges of the new GED. Academy of Hope's Chief Executive Officer, Lecester Johnson was a guest on the show.

WAMU's Kavitha Cardoza aired a piece on October 20, 2014 on "How D.C. Became a Leader in Adult Charter Schools," featuring Academy of Hope's Chief Executive Officer, Lecester Johnson.

Washington Post columnist, Mr. Robert McCartney, visited Academy of Hope and talked to staff, teachers and students regarding the GED test and the implications of its recent overhaul.  Read his column "Changes in GED test make it harder for adults to get high school credential needed for jobs", published in hardcopy on March 30, 2014.

 

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