Enrollment & Registration

Due to safety concerns regarding the COVID-19 outbreak, the Enrollment Office will be closed. Staff will be working remotely until June 5th, 2020. Email is best the best form of communication, email questions to Enrollment@HopkinsSchools.org. The email is monitored by multiple people, hence a quick response.


Be Part of Educational Excellence

Hopkins Public Schools serves the 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.

Enroll your child in our award-winning school district and be part of a long tradition of excellence in education. If you are not a District resident and would like to enroll in Hopkins Public Schools, you need to fill out an open enrollment form. Not sure if you are a resident, or would like to know which elementary or junior high your student will attend? Use the school finder in the 'Resources' box. Do you have pre-k learners and would like to receive mailings? Fill in your census information on the link in the 'Resources' box.

Upon enrollment, individual schools will contact the student and family with registration information. Your student will need to be registered into classes before starting school. Enrollment forms can be completed and returned to the District Enrollment Office or any Hopkins school, or you can complete the forms online.

For more information, please call our District Enrollment Office at 952-988-4110. The office is located at 1001 Highway 7, Hopkins. It is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Enrollment paper work can be picked up or dropped off between 6:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. at the reception desk at the Eisenhower Community Center.


Everything You Need to Enroll

Important documents and policies for Hopkins residents enrolling their child into the Hopkins Schools.

In-District & Out-of-District Options

Information about options available, including open enrollment, in-district transfers, home schooling, and choice programs.


Important information on immunizations at Hopkins Public Schools