We want to see HOPAC become a school community committed to learning to live fully and to transforming our world with the Gospel
We are a Christian international school staffed by Christians who are called by God to serve at the school and who uphold our Statement of Faith.
We enable the work of evangelical Christian missionary organisations by partnering with them to provide affordable high-quality international education, taught through a Biblical worldview to children of their members.
This opportunity for receiving a high-quality education is extended to other children in Tanzania, for students from Kindergarten through Grade 12.
We equip students to be biblically-grounded leaders who will play a key role in the development of Tanzania and other countries around the world.
We exercise responsible biblical leadership, service and stewardship of all God has given us, and seek to instil a proper respect for these practices in the hearts of our students.
We maintain an environment for students, teachers, staff and parents that recognizes all people are created and valued by God, encourage them to develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, and challenge them to look beyond themselves to serve others.
Our mission is to provide an excellent, Christ-centered, international education that meets western academic standards and equips students to live out a biblical worldview in all areas of life to the glory of God.
(Philippians 4:8), pursuing truth with an attitude of humility and integrity, in order to develop a desire for lifelong learning.
(Galatians 6:9), evidencing consistent growth in fulfilling academic potential as demonstrated through skills of reading, writing, mathematical and analytical thought.
(Ephesians 2:10), applying an increasing vocabulary of words, emotions and techniques to an expanding diversity of life circumstances, and demonstrating abilities of self-expression and of understanding contextual communication
(1 Timothy 4:12), showing initiative, responsibility and leadership to apply biblically-grounded solutions to life challenges
(Ephesians 4:2-3), recognizing the role each member plays in effective community and serving others compassionately and in unity.
(1 Peter 3:15), understanding the implications of a biblical worldview, while identifying and engaging competing worldviews, so as to see how Gospel truth can challenge and redeem individuals and culture.
(2 Corinthians 5:17), displaying maturity and confidence in self-identity in Christ.
(1 Peter 2:12), seeking to live a life modeled by Christ – reliant on the Father, saturated by the Holy Spirit, and life-changing in interactions with others.