- Private, Lutheran
- SEATTLE, WA
COVID-19 Update for Prospective Students and Families:
We are pleased to welcome our students and parent volunteers into our building this year. Masks are optional, however if you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, please stay home until symptom free. Learn More
Hope School is small enough that every student becomes an integral part of our Hope Lutheran family. We strive to give every student the best start possible in the journey that God has planned for them. At the heart of our school are our core values: Rigor, Respect, Responsibility, and Relationships; we call them the “4 R’s.” A Hope education is about Relationships—building relationships between student and teacher, fostering relationships from student to student, and making sure that each student has an opportunity to build a personal relationship with Jesus. Every student is encouraged to grow in Respect toward others and the world around them, to take personal Responsibility for their actions, and to own the outcomes of those actions. The final “R” is Rigor. A rigorous education consists of multifaceted, challenging instruction that allows all students to achieve their highest potential and continue onto the high school of their choice prepared to face the challenge.
LEST (Lutheran Elementary Schools Tournament)
Lutheran schools have a unique tradition called LEST. Schools from as far as Alaska to California, Montana and Nevada, convene at Pacific Lutheran University to compete in academics such as math, science, English, spelling, and Knowledge Bowl as well as drama, music and athletics (basketball and swimming). Students in 5th-8th grades look forward to this fun event every year.
- African American3.5%
- Pacific Islander1%
- Native American0%
- Offers Full WeekYes
- Offers Part WeekYes
- Offers Full DayYes
- Offers Part DayYes
Living in the Area
- Cost of Livinggrade C minus
- Good for Familiesgrade A
- Housinggrade C+
Hope Lutheran School Reviews
Academically, Hope has been wonderful. Each teacher is able to meet each child where they are at to encourage and support them. Hope has an extra resource teacher to help support children in areas where they are struggling. And they offer the ability to challenge academically strong students as well (for example: advanced math classes). We’ve been very happy with the academics at Hope.
Socially, Hope is a really nurturing place for the kids. Not only does Hope teach the academic education, but they also teach the children how to be kind, caring, good people to each other. They learn responsibility and skills for organizing themselves and tips on how to handle stress. The school (in non pandemic times) also works to have the older students serve as mentors to the younger students. Hope feels like a family to my children!