About NHCS

Who we are, where we come from, and where we're headed as a school family


New Hope Christian School enrolls students from Preschool through Eighth Grade. The school serves approximately 250 students from around the Fox Valley and is supported and educated by 30 full and part-time staff. All of our teachers are degreed and licensed by the State of Wisconsin in the area in which they teach.

The purpose of New Hope Christian School is to assist parents in providing a Christian Education for their children. God, the Creator of heaven and earth, cannot be separated from history, literature, mathematics, science, or any other academic discipline. Christian education must strive to acknowledge, understand and nurture each individual’s God given abilities and use these abilities to God’s glory.


New Hope Christian School began in 1991 with the birth of New Hope Preschool. The Preschool started with two classes, a morning three-year old class and a morning four-to-five-year old class. The following year, the demand from the community for more classes was so high that afternoon sessions were added and waiting lists have been in place ever since.

After many years of God prompting us through the wishes and prayers of parents, New Hope opened a Kindergarten in September of 1999. An additional grade has been added every year thereafter until the elementary school was complete. Then, in 2003, parents once again came to the leadership and administration of New Hope Christian School to ask if we would continue to grow into a middle school. New Hope Christian School graduated its first class of 8th graders in 2007.