Food Service

Hope of Detroit Academy serves breakfast and lunch to students daily.

We are excited to announce that our school qualified to become a CEP School. This means that all students will eat breakfast and lunch for free no matter your income. 

In order for the school to stay in compliance with this new status we need for all households to fill out the Household Information Survey. The survey's are available in the main office or you can Download the form, fill it out and return with your child to school. 

Meal Distribution Every Friday

Every Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Hope of Detroit Academy will serve 7 breakfast and lunch meals for children under the age of 18.

We are asking that you not exit your vehicle. 
We will serve through the Parking Lot at the Middle/High School. You will enter 35th Street and exit the gate on Junction St. 
This will be a contactless drive through. You will be required to open the trunk of your car. A staff member will load the amount of boxes in your car. 

Staff will be wearing masks and gloves for the safety for all.

Example of Meals

Meal Distribution click for more information. 

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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.