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Leadership Team

Principal

Evan Bishop

Evan Bishop

Principal
Hopkinton High School

Evan holds a Master of Education in School Counseling from Suffolk University, as well as Principal/Assistant Principal certification from Boston University. His undergraduate work was in Sociology, completed at Fairfield University.

Evan has worked in Hopkinton School District since 2005. He is currently the Principal of Hopkinton High School. He has been in this role since January of 2013. Prior to being the Principal, he was an Assistant Principal from 2009 - 2013 and before that a School Counselor from 2005 - 2009.


Assistant Principal

Justin Pominville

Justin Pominville

Assistant Principal
Hopkinton High School

Justin has serves as assistant principal at HHS for 5 years. Prior to that he was Dean of Students at Uxbridge High School for 4 years and Coordinator for Uxbridge’s alternative program for 9 years.

Justin holds a Master’s Degree from American International College in School Leadership and a Bachelors of Art and Science Degree from Salve Regina University in Political Science and Economics.


Interim Assistant Principal

Laura Theis

Laura Theis

Interim Assistant Principal
Hopkinton High School

Laura began her career in Hopkinton in 2012 as a Spanish teacher. She has a Master of Education degree in Administrative Leadership from Endicott College and a Master of Education degree in Spanish from Framingham State University. She graduated from Stonehill College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Spanish and Secondary Education.

Athletic Director

Richard Cormier

Richard Cormier

Athletic Director

Rich joins us after working as the Athletic Director at Foxborough High School for the past 3 years. During his time at Foxborough High School, Rich served on many Hockomock League committees such as the All-Star Committee and Sportsmanship Committee. In addition, last year he served as the chair of the Hockomock League presiding over meetings, coordinating league events, and organizing the league banquet.

Prior to his time in Foxborough, Rich spent twelve years at Norwood High School as a Social Studies teacher, Dean of Students and three-sport coach.