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Hopkinton Public Schools is a top rated, public school district located in Hopkinton, MA. It has 3,685 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 80% of students are at least proficient in math and 81% in reading.
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Hopkinton Public Schools Reviews
I have enjoyed each of my four years at HHS. The start of my career was rough, but thanks to the resources offered at HHS, I entered my second semester with refreshed energy and an improved outlook on my high school career. I have been eager to continue challenging myself and my potential ever since. I applied my new life lessons and not only improved my academic performance but expanded my horizons. Sophomore year, I started a mentorship program through our pre-med society for upperclassmen to mentor underclassmen, and I joined a research team investigating PTSD therapies at the Veteran’s Hospital. In my Junior year, I advocated for required relationship education for student groups and organized on-campus facilitators to educate our peers. I also hosted an assembly for education and prevention of unhealthy relationships. Inspired by conquering my own failures, I found not only personal success, but also ways to educate and benefit others.
There is a lack of ownership and integrity amongst the school administration is of great concern. Falsification of records and events are troublesome and of grave concern. When brought to light, the backlash and alienation my child and family has had to endure is discriminatory and damaging!
My experiences at Hopkins and the middle school were both very good. Teachers seem to care a lot about students and the academic climate is excellent. There are issues between students sometimes. At the middle school, I had to deal with racist jokes and comments from some classmates of mine, which the teachers never seemed to notice. I brought it up to the assistant principals and guidance counselors, who handled it all very well.