Diversity at Hope Academy
Hope Academy affirms the dignity and worth of all people because all are created in the image of God (Genesis 1:27). Hope Academy also recognizes the importance of diversity within the ministry as a part of reflecting the fullness of God’s image in creation.
Subject to the Constitution of the United States and all applicable state and federal laws, Hope Academy does not discriminate based on race, color, sex, national origin, disability, age, genetic information, veteran’s status, and citizenship status in its employment practices or in the administration and dissemination of its programs and services. Hope Academy does condition employment on faithful adherence to its biblical beliefs and as such, expects employees to be Christian role models who maintain a lifestyle based on biblical standards of moral conduct. Failure to adhere to Biblical standards violates the bona fide occupational qualification for employees to be Christian role models at Hope Academy.
Hope Academy affirms the ideals of non-discrimination as listed above. These ideals are aspirational and do not assume any legal duties not imposed by law. Nothing in this statement shall create, nor be interpreted as creating, any legal or contractual rights between an employee and Hope Academy.
The information that you provide will be kept confidential and separate from any decision(s) related to hiring, and if hired, performance and advancement. We appreciate your consideration in helping us to make this a more diverse place to work.