About East Nashville Hope Exchange
East Nashville Hope Exchange (ENHE) is a program for under-served children from rising kindergarten to fifth grades. We assist children in developing and improving reading proficiency while working with the family to develop skills to help their children's literacy development.
ENHE is headquartered at St. Ann's Episocopal Church. Hope Exchange is located in the heart of East Nashville, a diverse, thriving neighborhood with a large number of low-income residents. We offer both a Summer program and a School Year program.
Our Summer Program
ENHE offers intensive reading enrichment and community building through an integrated, thematic curriculum. Our small student/teacher ratio of 6:1 enables children to receive the guidance needed to prevent summer learning loss, prepare for the upcoming grade and increase reading levels.
Our School Year Program
In 2013, ENHE extended its programming to include a School Year Program that uses a monthly workshop model. The School Year Program provides monthly training to families that will help them support their child’s learning and allows ENHE teachers to follow student progress throughout the year. Workshops are designed to help family members support their child in reaching grade-level reading skills on a long-term basis.
View Our Summer Program Results Here!