Hope Hall Celebrates First Graduation
Trustees, faculty, staff, parents and volunteers celebrated the first high school graduation ceremony at Hope Hall.
A class of eight became the first class to graduate in its eighteen-year history. Hope Hall is a private, not-for-profit school striving to help students with ADD, ADHD and Central Auditory Processing deficits find success.
The school's president says the eight graduates will be going on to college.
Dorothy R. Pecoraro, President of the Hope Hall Board of Trustees, "Our children were very frustrated in the systems from which they came. They all have a neurological condition called central auditory processing deficits, and they learn differently so they have to be taught differently and Here there was no frustration, they could learn, they could succeed, and they have been very professional students and have succeeded."
Hope Hall board members also say they've met a $4.2 million High School Expansion Campaign goal.