Hope Football will be hosting a speed and performance clinic at Attack Athletics on January 19th. This camp is for 7th and 8th grade players who want to improve their speed, agility, and leadership skills for next season.
It is difficult to maintain a spirit of thankfulness in a consumer-driven world. Chicago Hope is blessed by its status as an Independent Christian high school in that we can practice and teach an attitude of gratitude and giving back. Thanksgiving is an important time of the year to focus on these character traits. At Hope, we celebrate this season by taking a half-day, having chapel, and eating a potluck together before breaking for the holiday.
Spirit week is always a joyful time at Hope. Smiles are a little bigger, laughter a little quicker, high fives a bit more frequent. Part of this is the excitement surrounding the fun “class competitions” that we hold in the gym, where anything from dodgeball tournaments to eating contests can take place. Equally important to our students is the chance to dress up according to a different theme each day. This year we are having a Jersey Day, Wacky Day, Nerd Day, Twin Day, and Hope Spirit Day.
Greetings from Chicago Hope Football! Chicago Hope football strives to provide young men with an incredible life changing experience. One they will never forget. Throughout a young man’s time in our program, we will use the remarkable game of football as a vehicle to develop work ethic, discipline, perseverance, selflessness, and mental toughness. These characteristics, taught through Hope Academy football, will enable a young man to reach seemingly unattainable goals and equip him to live a life without regrets!