Hope Academy is a tuition-free, Indiana public charter high school for students in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. As the only recovery high school in Indiana – and just one of 36 nationwide – Hope Academy provides a supportive community for students to maintain their sobriety and receive a Core 40 diploma. Hope Academy is one of only three recovery high schools in the United States accredited by the Association of Recovery High Schools.
Hope Academy has free transportation available along the 465 loop, where students can meet us at one of our stops. Before and after school programming, credit recovery and community service opportunities are also available. Hope Academy offers a College Readiness Course and Art 100 through Ivy Tech Community College, allowing our students to earn high school credit each semester along with three college credits.
The mission of Hope Academy is to provide a safe, sober, and challenging school experience for students who share a commitment to educational achievement and personal growth. Watch the following video to see Janice Gabe, a licensed addictions counselor, explain why she routinely refers adolescent students struggling with substance abuse to Hope Academy.
Honesty: Be honest with yourself and those you care about.
Respect: Respect yourself and others.
Support: We help ourselves by helping others.
Commitment: Keep an open mind and be willing to make healthy changes.
Community: People are not for hurting.
To learn more about Hope Academy, contact us today.
Careers at Hope Academy
To view and apply for current job openings at Hope Academy, visit thecareers page atFairbanks, the nonprofit drug and alcohol treatment center that supports Hope Academy.