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A Trip of a Lifetime

April 29, 2016
XinXing students travel across the world as part of the first-ever, eighth-grade trip to China

Hopkins grad commands spotlight with Best Actress nod at Florida film festival

April 28, 2016
Cara Greene Epstein was recognized for her work starring in and directing her first women-led indie feature film “Dragonfly,” which takes place in Minneapolis.

Race & Equity Initiative to host first community conversation, "Let's Talk About Race in Hopkins"

April 28, 2016
Join us May 18 for a conversation on race and its impact on our life together. Input is needed to improve the systems in which we live.

Eisenhower, XinXing students celebrate new season with Spring Fling

April 22, 2016
Parents and students alike took in the artwork-adorned hallways, founds a new reading adventure, and celebrated the warmer weather during its annual Spring Fling.

Hopkins Envirothon students headed to state

April 22, 2016
Two Hopkins Envirothon teams are headed to state after competing at the regional competition in Spicer, Minn., and coming in first and second place.

Supreme Court justice talks pursuing dreams with BOOST TASC students

April 22, 2016
Making it in the legal profession is intensely competitive, as one justice knows. And to succeed in a career and in life, Justice Natalie Hudson said it’s all about passion and determination.

Hopkins finishes in fourth place at Personal Finance Decathlon

April 22, 2016
Hopkins High School was one of 12 Minnesota teams to compete at the Personal Finance Decathlon State Competition.

Hopkins once again named a Silver Medalist school by U.S. News and World Report

April 22, 2016
Hopkins earned a Silver Medalist award and was rated the 25th best high school in the state due to its performance on state assessment tests, including the performance of the least-advantaged students, and its college readiness scores.

Hopkins senior honored for commitment to international relations and world peace

April 21, 2016
Hopkins High School senior Maddy Buckner-McCurdy is one of 21 local students to be named a recipient of the 2016 Rose Rees Award

Gratitude Gifts sweeten the appreciation for Hopkins staff

April 18, 2016
Sweet appreciation in the form of Gratitude Gifts is back!

Hopkins athletic trainer to receive Neumann Distinguished Service Award

April 14, 2016
The award is given to those individuals who have made a special contribution to the field of sports medicine and who have been advocates in the advancement of athletic training and athletic trainers in the state of Minnesota.

Hopkins teacher named Barnes and Noble ‘Favorite Teacher’

April 14, 2016
On April 16, Hopkins High School teacher Kelly Dirks was honored with the Barnes and Noble “My Favorite Teacher” award. Dirks received the award after one of her students wrote an essay describing why she was a favorite teacher.

Twelve Hopkins students commit to collegiate athletics

April 13, 2016
The spring commitment ceremony was the third one for Hopkins High School where students signed letters of intent to study and play athletics after high school.

Drugs & Teens panel aimed at sparking conversations between parents and kids about prevention

April 11, 2016
The event includes a resource fair and discussion with local law enforcement officials, school program coordinators, a person in recovery, and more. The event is free and open to the entire community.

XinXing Academy students perform at Mall of America

April 11, 2016
Second-graders showcase talent during annual event hosted by the Chinese Heritage Foundation.

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