Hopkins at a Glance
Hopkins Public Schools, a top E-12 Minnesota public school, serves our community by welcoming all learners, honoring culture, and inspiring remarkable growth and achievement. Our district is a special place and unique in many ways. We are academically focused, but also human-focused. There is no typical Hopkins student, and we value that diversity. We are a blend of faiths, cultures, and backgrounds forming a district of individuals with rich stories.
You are welcome at Hopkins. You belong at Hopkins.
We Have 11 Schools Across Our District
The Hopkins Public School District has...
- One high school (grades 9-12)
- One online school (grades K-12)
- Two middle schools (grades 6-8)
- Six elementary schools (grades K-5)
- One early childhood education center and preschool at seven locations
Our Students are Beautifully Diverse
Our students come from many backgrounds, and our enrollment reflects the rich diversity of our community.
- 49.8% White
- 25.4% Black/African American
- 10.8% Hispanic/Latinx
- 9.1% Two or more races
- 4.5% Asian American
- 0.3% American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN)
0.1% Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (NHPI)
We Have a Community of +7,280 Students
We have over 7,280 E-12 students currently enrolled in Hopkins Public Schools.
- During the 2021-22 school year, Hopkins had its largest kindergarten class size in 20 years with 591 students.
- The Hopkins High School Class of 2023 had 547 scholars among its ranks.
Our Curriculum is Preparing Students for Higher Education
- Seniors from the Class of 2023 submitted 813 college applications.
- In 2022-23, 719 students enrolled in an Advanced Placement (AP) or College in the Schools (CIS) course (46% of the HHS Student Body)
- 142 Hopkins students received AP Scholar Awards in Spring 2022.
21 World Language Courses are offered at Hopkins High School spanning 4 different languages, including: French, Chinese, Spanish, American Sign Language
Our Students Score Higher than the State Average on the ACT
- Hopkins ACT averages continue to be above the state average (21.8 in 2021-22 compared to the state average of 21.0).
- Hopkins scores higher than the state average in every ACT subject area, including the optional writing exam.
- Of Hopkins students who took the ACT, 80% intended to achieve some sort of post-secondary education.
We're Preparing our Scholars to be Lifelong Students of the World
- 62 Bilingual Seals were earned by Hopkins scholars in 2022.
- 21 World Language courses are offered at Hopkins High School, spanning four different languages (French, Chinese, Spanish, and American Sign Language).
- 56% of HHS student body enrolled in a World Language course.
Our Students are Highly Empathetic
Compared to high schools nationally, Hopkins High School students scored in the 80th percentile on their social awareness Panorama results (i.e. “how well students consider the perspectives of others and empathize with them).
Our Elementary Schools Provide Robust Programming
- One Character Development School
- One Experiential Learning School
- Two IB Candidate Schools
- Two Language Immersion Programs
- One Online K-12 School with a blended learning program
- One Outdoor Learning School
Our Graduates Earn Thousands in Scholarships
- Class of 2022 graduates earned more than $50,000 in local scholarships to take them to their chosen colleges, universities, or trade schools.
- Graduates from the Class of 2021 were enrolled in colleges across 27 different states.