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Franklin Housing Authority hosts New Hope Academy Open House

FRANKLIN, Tenn. - The Franklin Housing Authority (FHA) is hosting an admissions open house for the community on February 21, 5:00 p.m. for parents to learn more about New Hope Academy, a non-profit elementary school in Franklin. All parents of rising pre-kindergarteners through sixth-graders are welcome to attend.

"Both of our organizations have a commitment to serve low-income families in Franklin, and we are looking forward to partnering on this mission," said Derwin Jackson, Executive Director of FHA. "New Hope provides a unique educational experience and we hope that families from all walks of life will come to learn more about it."

The event is open to the public and will be held at the FHA Community Center Building at 100 Spring Street.

About New Hope Academy
New Hope Academy is dedicated to a unique educational experience so that students from all backgrounds, racial and economic, may be equipped to become generational leaders who will reflect our Creator and transform our culture. This vision is cultivated through the convergence of three commitments: Promise of an excellent, Christ-centered, classical education, mission to the underprivileged and vision of purposeful connected community. New Hope Academy serves students in grades Pre-K - 6th. Scholarships and financial aid are available.

About Franklin Housing Authority
For more than 55 years, the Franklin Housing Authority has provided affordable, safe housing for low and moderate-income families in Franklin, Tenn. FHA operates 297 public housing units serving nearly 700 residents. Funded through rental income and subsidies from the Department of Housing & Urban Development, FHA also supports partnerships with programs that foster economic self-sufficiency for residents.