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2017 ANNUAL REPORT


The mission of St. HOPE is to revitalize Oak Park through public education and economic development.

Our Mission


Our Properties

1

PS7 Elementary School

2

Original St. HOPE Building

3

Oak Park Victorian Historic Office Building

4

40 Acres Cultural Center

5

Huey P. Newton Historic Office Building

6

3400 Third Avenue Office Building

7

St. HOPE Business Complex

8

St. HOPE Education Complex

9

Sacramento Charter High School, PS7 Middle School, and Oak Park Preparatory Academy


Partners ● ● ●

La Venadita Oakhaus Restaurant Old Soul Co.

Tenants ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●

Bastille Barbers CalAsian Chamber of Commerce City Year College Track Nehemiah Community Foundation Law Office of Fred Hiestand Law Office of Kevin Hiestand Munay Accounting and Tax Teach for America Text to Ticket

Our Investments


Our History

July 1989

St. HOPE Academy (SHA) founded by Kevin Johnson as an after school program serving 30 students

May 2002

Sac City Unified School District unanimously approves St. HOPE’s first charter school — PS7 serving grades K-8

May 2003

40 Acres Complex Grand Opening

September 2003

St. HOPE reopens Sacramento High School as a charter school serving grades 9-12

August 2012

St. HOPE opens Oak Park Preparatory Academy serving grades 7-8

July 2014

St. HOPE celebrates 25-year Anniversary

August 2016

St. HOPE Development Company opens Business & Education Complexes in Oak Park


Our Scholars

Schools

4 Scholars

1,598 Scholar Demographics 75% Qualify for free or reduced meals

26% Hispanic

68% African American

6% Other


96%

of Sac High Seniors were accepted to a four-year college.

Our Pillars

High Expectations

Choice and Commitment More Time Focus on Results Power to Lead Our Results


Our Results

The Common Core State Standards enhance rigor and critical thinking in the classroom and help ensure all scholars gain the skills necessary to move to and through college. The Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) provides our teachers with measures of achievement that contribute to a holistic view of individual scholar progress. While we are always striving to push our scholars’ learning forward, our current results show that St. HOPE scholars are achieving at higher levels than other public school students across the city in all categories.

California

Sacramento City Unified School District

English Language Arts

Math

St. HOPE Public Schools


Underground Books is one of the few remaining African-American bookstores in the country.

Our Investments


MAILING ADDRESS P.O. Box 5447 Sacramento, CA 95817

PHONE 916.451.HOPE (4673)

EMAIL Info@sthope.org

WEBSITE www.sthope.org

INSTAGRAM / TWITTER @StHOPEOakPark

Stay Connected


Make an Impact

We HOPE you will join us in strengthening the Oak Park Community! Visit sthope.org to donate today.


Thank you to our generous family of donors! AKT Investments Apple Benevity AT&T Bacon and Butter Blanket Marketing Broderick Road House Brown Stevens Elmore & Sparre Inc California Charter School Association Classique Catering and Centerpiece Company Dominique Amis Eva Hill Fat Family Restaurants Forty Niners Football Company, LLC Franklin Templeton GEB Properties Golden 1 Credit Union Hart Research Associates In Memory of Mary Anderson - The Laveroni Anderson-Thompson and Harry Families John and Heidi Anderson / The Logue Family Kaiser Permanente La Venadita & Oakhaus Restaurants Legend’s Hospitality Mark Friedman & Marjorie Solomon Friedman McClatchy Company Mel & Beth Shultz Michelle Massari Michelle Seijas Morgan Stanley Nagle Companies NFL Foundation Oates Family Foundation Old Soul Co.

Pacific Coast Building Products Pappas Investments People Finders / Confi Chek Phoenix Suns Charities Pioneer Law Group, LLP Randy Paragary River City Medical Group Sac High Class of 1935 Sacramento Kings Foundation Sacramento Pediatrics Sacramento Republic FC SEIU Selland Family Restaurants Sierra Health Foundation Sierra Orchards Smart & Final Spataro’s Sutter Health Sysco The C & A Johnson Family Foundation Tom Family Trust Townsend Raimundo, Besler and Usher Turner Construction UC Davis - UC Davis Health Union Pacific University of the Pacific US Bank Vanir Construction Vernon L. Walton Family VSP Wells Fargo Western Health Advantage W & P Elmore


Our Boards

ST. HOPE ACADEMY

ST. HOPE PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Kevin Hiestand (President)

Michelle Johnson (Chairperson)

Milutin Backovich (Treasurer)

Tracy Stigler (Vice Chair)

F. Frederick Brown (Secretary)

Clint Williams (2nd Vice Chair / Secretary) Gladys Mitchell

Denise Merano Dennis O’Reilly Jake Mossawir Ron Tom Doug Love Mike Marrion Rayonna Thompson (Student Representative)

ST. HOPE DEVELOPMENT COMPANY F. Frederick Brown (President) Scott Maxwell (Vice-President) Tracy Stigler (Secretary/Treasurer) Brian Williams Jake Mossawir


Financial Overview

St. HOPE Academy

St. HOPE Public Schools

St. HOPE Development Company

Current Assets

$2,223,635

$3,176,644

$178,765

Fixed Assets

$1,481,524

$188,829

$7,639,795

Other Assets

$1,009,372

Total Assets

$4,714,531

$3,365,473

$7,881,686

Current Liabilities

$24,118

$1,974,320

$1,461,047

Long Term Liabilities

$339,609

$7,059,511

Total Liabilities

$363,727

$8,520,558

Equity

$4,350,803

(638,872)

Net Assets Total Liabilities and Net Assets

$63,126

$1,393,153 $4,714,531

$3,365,473

$7,881,686


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