Hopkinton School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Contoocook, NH. It has 877 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 59% of students are at least proficient in math and 74% in reading.
204 Maple St.
Contoocook, NH 03229
Hopkinton School District Rankings
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- A-53 Students
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Hopkinton School District Reviews
This is a very student/family focused district. I appreciate the teachers dedication to each students learning. I think that children with behavioral challenges or with special needs get most of the attention/care they need to maintain a good learning environment, but there are certainly some situations that disrupt classroom activities. As a parent of a good student who isn’t in trouble very often, I don’t feel that there is much individualized communication. I’m sure that the teachers communicate well, but their time seems to be tilted toward students with various challenges.
As a senior at Hopkinton High School I have gone through all three schools and am very familiar with the school. Hopkinton School District has consistently been ranked high for academics. There are extensive programs and aid given to children with special needs or circumstances. The guidance department is also excellent. The teachers are always willing to give extra help. There is also a strong drama department, and our sports teams do very well. The only negative to the Hopkinton School District, is the facilities. They are poor. The town however will be voting on a million dollar building plan in March, 2018 that will help improve these facilities.
I attended the Hopkinton School District from Grades 1-12. The teachers for the most part are fantastic. They are readily available to give extra help outside of class and they like what they are teaching. The school does seem to strongly favor sports over other after-school activities such as theater. There is also a strong social pressure at this school to take the hardest classes, achieve the best grades, and ultimately get into the best colleges and universities.