Our mission, at Hope Technology School, is to foster achievement through innovation, technology and community in a challenging academic environment. With inclusive classes, we provide opportunities for every student to thrive academically, physically and socially in order to develop into globally responsible citizens. We offer an individual learning experience to all students in each of our accredited classrooms from preschool through tenth grade.
Hope Technology School is a WASC accredited K-8 school program, including a pilot 9th-11th grade. We also conduct a licensed Preschool Program and a therapy department and Vocational Education Program. We are a non-profit private school and have been serving Bay Area families since 2001. We strive to provide a fully inclusive education for both typically developing and special needs students.
HOPE TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL EMBODIES THREE PRINCIPLES AT THE HEART OF OUR FRESH THINKING ABOUT EDUCATION. THE THREE PRINCIPLES ARE EXCELLENCE, INNOVATION, AND INCLUSION.
“One of the most important principles of inclusive education is that no two learners are alike, and so inclusive schools place great importance on creating opportunities for students to learn and be assessed in a variety of ways.” – Inclusive Schools Network
Founded in 2001, Hope Technology School has excelled in inclusive education. Technology plays a vital role in the motivation and progress of our students. Students at all levels utilize computers, tablets and other innovative technology to foster reading, writing, math and communication skills for students of all abilities. Small class sizes support development while we advocate giving students opportunities for hope utilizing any available process, plan or tool. We employ a truly eclectic approach using as many methods as possible to help our students. The special needs of our students may include Autism, ADHD, Down Syndrome, learning differences, speech disorders and emotional challenges.