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    SPOTLIGHT: New Hope Academy

    New Hope Academy (NHA) is a non-traditional private school for kids in grades six through 12 who cannot thrive in a traditional school environment.

    Its student population consists of kids with emotional and learning disabilities, gifted and creative individualists and children suffering from anxiety and behavioral disorders.

    The school specializes in students with Attention Deficit Disorders (ADD), Oppositional Defiant Disorders (ODD), Obsessive Compulsive Disorders (OCD), Pervasive Developmental Disorders (PDD) and Asperger Syndrome.  

    Although NHA has campuses in Yardley and Doylestown, both locations operate as one school.

    NHA provides individualized education, not only for students with documented Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) but for all its students.

    The ratio of students to teachers is three to one, and in some cases NHA offers one-on-one personalized teaching.

    NHA inspires its students to reach their full potential.

    Perhaps that’s why 90% of NHA students go on to college.

    NHA is licensed and approved to grant high school diplomas in PA and NJ.

    Year-round open enrollment is available.

    For more information, follow this school on Facebook, Twitter and Flickr or visit them on www.newhopeacademy.net.

    METC (Motivational Educational Tutoring Co., Inc.) Tutoring Studio, established in 1972, is the managing company of NHA. Located at the same Yardley and Doylestown locations as NHA, it offers tutoring in all subjects for all ages (including adults), as well as test prep for all entrance and assessment testing (PSSA, Terra Nova, PSAT, SAT, ACT, HSPT, etc.).

    METC is very unique, offering TRUE one-on-one tutoring for the entire session.

    METC is also licensed by the PA Board of Education.

    For more information about the Yardley location of New Hope Academy and METC, both located at 301 Oxford Valley Road, Building 1701, call 215-493-4200 or visit their websites.

    Call 215-345-9333 to reach the Doylestown location.

    PHOTO CAP: Offering In-person and Virtual Learning options 

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