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VirtualEDU Information Night

Join us Dec. 16 at 7 p.m. to learn about the current successes
and plans for the 2022-23 school year of VirtualEDU at Hopkins Public Schools.

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Kindergarten enrollment now open

Learn more about our Kindergarten program offered in English
as well as Chinese, Spanish, and outdoor immersion.

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Welcome to the 2021-22 school year!

Find out what's new in Hopkins this year.

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Open their world with Chinese immersion

By eighth-grade your child will be a world traveler

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Our International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme

inspires students to become critical thinkers, problem solvers and designers

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Spanish Immersion Preschool

Give your child the earliest start possible
on mastering a second language

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Now enrolling for 2021-22

In Hopkins you'll find rigorous academics 
coupled with an inclusive community

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Explore Kindergarten

Enrolling Young Scholars

Transforming Learning

Vision 2031

COVID-19 Hub

2021-22 School Year Learning Updates


Hopkins promises an educational experience for students ages 0-21 that prepares them to succeed in our increasingly complex, rapidly changing world. Our students are recognized as global scholars — who work collaboratively, disrupt the status quo, and solve some of the world’s most complex problems. They are the best and brightest citizens of tomorrow. Together, we are creating a better world by inspiring each student to reach their full potential.

Hopkins News

Director Steve Adams takes his oath of office

Hopkins School Board member Steve Adams has been named to the 2022 All-State School Board, which is the Minnesota School Boards Association’s (MSBA) most prestigious award. Adams’ Board colleagues surprised him  with the news of the award at the Nov. 23 School Board Meeting. His recognition included a video highlighting his service in Hopkins and cake and refreshments. 

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