Celebrating the School of Hope Teachers This past March, the School of Hope students couldn’t wait to express how thankful they were by honoring their teachers on Teachers Day! Our School of Hope teachers devote themselves to their students daily and they lay their lives down so that the lives of their students can flourish. … Continue reading School of Hope Students Celebrate Teachers Day!
After the end of another exciting school year, our inspiring School of Hope students went to a summer camp on the 18, 19, and 20th of July in a beautiful area of Baabdat Besferine. It was a big blessing to be able to host 45 students at the camp this year from the ages of … Continue reading Summer Camp for our School of Hope Students was a Huge Success!
We have a quick praise report for all of you who have been following Mohamad's story. If you dont know who Mohamad is, he is one of our students at the School of Hope who has gained a huge heart for Jesus and is a stellar student. To read more details about his story, you … Continue reading Praise Report: Mohamad and His Family Relocated after Fire!
Another incredible academic year at School Of Hope has come to a close. On June 22, students and their families gathered to celebrate the graduation of the 2018 class. At the ceremony, the children performed songs, dances, and drama skits for the audience. Some students were crying by the end of the party, knowing how much they'll … Continue reading School of Hope Graduation: Raising up leaders for the future of Syria!
We are so excited to have a new staff member, Grace Teubl. Although she has been a part of our organization as a volunteer for a long time, she is now officially on staff. When Grace was in college, she volunteered for three years with our Horizons team in Albany doing international student outreach. Her … Continue reading Meet our new staff member: Grace Teubl
At School of Hope, students are so happy to be able to go to school, and are so grateful for their sponsors. These kids, refugees displaced from their homeland and seeking some semblance of normalcy, truly grasp the importance of education and feel privileged that others' generosity allows them to attend. This is a sweet … Continue reading Gifting and Gratitude: A Sweet Letter from School of Hope student Angie to her supporters
Last week, a fire caused by a faulty outlet, burned the home of our School Of Hope student Mohammad to the ground. Mohammad had just left to go to school with his mom when they looked back and noticed their home on fire. We thank the Lord that no one was inside at the time. … Continue reading House fire leaves one of our students homeless!