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    Enrollment: 1237

    Faculty: 120.6

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    Hopkinton High School

    The School's History

    Hopkinton High School is a public, co-educational secondary school located in Hopkinton, Massachusetts established in 1964. In 2011 and 2015 it ranked in the top 100 schools on Newsweek magazine's list of "America's Best High Schools".

    Hopkinton High School is ranked number 3 for all high schools in Massachusetts. The student body is made up of 53% female and 47% male. Hopkinton High School has 10% total minority. It hosts grades 9-12 with a total of 1237 students and a 14:1 student to teacher ratio. Hopkinton High School has a graduation rate of 98%. 

    The School's Future

    Hopkinton is a growing town and the high school has gained over 115 students in the past five years. Academically and athletically strong, Hopkinton leads in the top 25 schools in Massachusetts as well in sports.

    Leading in STEAM we model what we teach. There are many programs that the faculty runs to keep students actively involved. We have a vibrant 1:1 program and focus on Student Data Privacy. 

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    • Average class size: 24
    • Number of Teachers: 120.6 FTE
    • Credits for diploma: 113 
    • Computer/multimedia labs: 2
    • Science laboratories: 11
    • Robotics lab: 1
    • Theaters: 1
    • Art/music rooms: 5
    • Writing Center: 1
    • Interscholastic sports: 49


    Core Values and Beliefs

    Mission Statement

    Striving for Excellence

    Hopkinton High School provides an environment where each student is challenged in an atmosphere that promotes intellectual development, creativity, and inquiry. We expect students and staff to be respectful, accepting and responsible in their interactions with others. By setting high standards for each member of the school community, we continuously strive for excellence.

    Academic, Social and Civic Expectations

    Academic Expectations:
    Students will communicate effectively through speaking.
    Students will read critically.
    Students will write clearly and effectively.
    Students will demonstrate creativity.
    Students will solve problems effectively by acquiring, analyzing, and processing information

    Social Expectations

    Students will demonstrate respect for others and themselves.
    Students will accept others and appreciate differences.
    Students will demonstrate empathy and compassion in their daily interactions.

    Civic Expectations

    Students will demonstrate school pride through integrity, respect, and responsibility.
    Students will contribute to the school and the greater community.
    Students will pursue their interests and develop their talents in and out of the classroom.

    School Motto, Mascot and More

    School Colors: Green, White and Orange

    Mascot: Hillers

    Rivals: Ashland High School

    Accreditation: NEASC

    Newspaper: HHS press

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