Financial Aid Summary for the 2015-16 School Year
As of 5/4/16, we have been blessed to award $88,000 in financial aid, making it possible for 31 families (48 students) to be able to attend NHCS.
We encourage you to be part of our tuition assistance ministry. If you are interested in receiving information, please contact the school office at 541-476-4588 or use the contact form on this website.
Complete the 2017-2018 Re-Enrollment Form and turn it in to the school office with the Agreement To Cooperate With NHCS Foundations – Parents, Guardians, Non Role Model Volunteers and Re-Enrollment Fee.
New Students (U.S.)
Thank you for your interest in New Hope Christian School!
Start the application process by printing out the following forms and proceeding as directed:
- Fill out the Parent Application 2017-18 (.pdf)
- Fill out the appropriate Student Application (one per child)
- Give your Pastor the Pastor Reference Form (.pdf) [Please note that acceptance is not automatically denied those who do not attend church.]
- Agreement To Cooperate With NHCS Foundations – Parents, Guardians, Non Role Model Volunteers (.pdf)
After you fill out these applications, send them in with your Enrollment Fee to:New Hope Christian School
5961 New Hope Rd.
Grants Pass, OR 97527
To find out the tuition and fees, or if you have any other questions, contact the school office at 541-476-4588.
New International Students
- Agent Contract (.pdf)
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Graduation Policy (.pdf)
- OSAA Eligibility checklist for sports (.pdf)
- International Student Handbook (.pdf)
New Hope parents and students have been pleased with good foundations laid in basic academics, computer technology, digital publications, music (band, strings, choir) and art. The New Hope high school Brain Bowl and Academic Challenge teams have done extremely well in competitions among larger schools in our area during the past several years.
Advanced Study Options: College Courses
New Hope cooperates with Chemeketa Community College in Salem and other colleges to provide many college courses completely online (students never need to attend any sessions on the campus itself). Qualified students may begin taking college courses as early as their 9th grade year.
A diligent student could complete many of the requirements for a two-year Associate of Arts-Oregon Transfer Degree while attending New Hope and prior to actual graduation from high school. College registrars verify that community college experience will make it much easier for a student to be accepted at the university level, and that financial aid is more readily available for transfer students.
Visit www.chemeketa.edu for more info and to see a list of courses currently being offered.