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Service Learning

Changing Students from the Inside Out

As students learn the foundations of a life with Christ, they grow as servants. It’s our mission to engage the mind and heart to overflow into an active life of Christian discipleship. To develop students whose focus is upward toward God and out to a hurting world. Students who think beyond themselves and serve others.

At New Life Academy, we provide opportunities for all age students to love the world around them in tangible ways. Because when you serve, everyone changes, those being served and those serving.

New Life Academy participate in the following service projects throughout the year.

Salvation Army

Middle schoolers will ring bells for the Salvation Army as part of project serve.

All for Books

During the Scholastic Bookfair, elementary student council, along with elementary students K-5 bring in coins and dollar bills. This year, students were able to raise $1000 to buy books for Hope Academy library. 

Toys for Tots

First grade students bring in money for toys for tots. Right before Christmas, Ms Washburn meets her students at Target to spend the money and buys toys for Christmas gifts for people who otherwise would not receive presents for Christmas.

Letters for Veterans

In November, our students wrote letters to veterans thanking them for their service.

Hope for Christmas

Students collect items and set up the Hope Christmas store for Hope Academy. The Hope Christmas Store helps Hope Academy families in need afford Christmas gifts and winter clothes.

Visiting the senior center

Students will visit local senior centers and nursing homes to play games with them, put on a short program, and shine the light of Christ within our community.

Operation Christmas Child

Students will bring in boxes to donate to Operation Christmas Child. Middle schoolers will volunteer at Processing Centers and part of Project Serve.

Mission Trips

Students in high school have the opportunity to go on local and international mission trips to serve others.

Feed my Starving Children

Students of all ages participate in feed my starving children events. Elementary student council candy cane sales choose to send some of their profit to Feed my starving children. 5th grade meets Hope Academy 5th grade at FMSC for an afternoon of packing meals. Middle schoolers will spend a day at FMSC to pack meals.

Take the next step to fostering a greater life for your child.

We partner with you for the long term, not only developing students academically, but also in character and faith. They are educated in an environment that encourages them to think beyond themselves and to serve others.