The Hopkins VirtualEDU will provide an innovative and student-centered learning experience. In Hopkins, we see online learning as an opportunity to realize Vision 2031 in a virtual setting.

Our online learning program, VirtualEDU, is designed to leverage both blended and fully online learning pathways to give all scholars—K through 12— equitable access to high quality education, holistic experiences, and rigorous academic outcomes. The program provides varying degrees of student control over time, pace, path, and place while giving access to wraparound supports, athletics, and all other extracurricular events and activities.

Led by staff  who are highly skilled at instruction and building community in an online setting, our program is designed to showcase the learning priorities for Hopkins Public Schools, such as personalized learning, concept and inquiry-based curriculum, and restorative practices.

Interested in learning more about VirtualEDU? Please join us for an information event on Dec. 16 at 7:00 p.m.

Join our VirtualEDU leadership for an Information Night virtual event on Dec. 16, 2021. 

This event is designed for scholars who are currently enrolled in the program and are interested in continuing, Hopkins students who are currently learning in-person and are interested in switching their learning model for the remainder of the year (and potentially beyond), and all students who reside in the state of Minnesota who are interesting in becoming part of our virtual community.

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A crucial lens as we design and implement programming for VirtualEDU is that we provide equitable access to, and scholar support within, the variety of courses and programs offered here at Hopkins. The online program incorporates optional in person experiences, such as outdoor park meetups, community circles, science labs and more!

School Hours

8:00 a.m. - 2:40 p.m.

Technology Service Desk

7:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Contact Us

General Questions: 

Dr. Tiffany Nielsen-Winkelman
Learning Design Futurist

YingLu Zeglin
Associate Principal

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Frequently Asked Questions