What is Project HOPE?

Project HOPE is an inclusive post high school educational opportunity administered through the Denton County Special Education COOP, hosted by Linda Tutt High School in Sanger ISD. The overarching purpose of the program is to help adult students with disabilities learn the job readiness, social, recreational and independent living skills necessary for a fulfilling life. This is accomplished through partnering with community agencies, businesses and organizations, local universities, and state agencies to facilitate learning opportunities centered on the four basic life domains of: Independent Living Skills, Employment Skills, Leisure and Recreational Skills, and Social/ Relationship Skills. All Project HOPE students have completed state mandated high school graduation requirements and are at least 18 years old. Participation in the program is an ARD committee decision based on student need in the four basic life domains and is determined by teacher, parent, and student input as well as formal and informal evaluations when the student is at, or near, high school graduation.

Once you choose HOPE, anything's possible.

-Christopher Reeve