Hopkinton High School (HHS) is a public, four-year, comprehensive high school with an enrollment of approximately 1187 students in grades nine through twelve. It is accredited by the New England Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. On average, ninety-six percent of recent graduates continue their education after graduation. The Class of 2019 currently has 288 students.
- Public High School
- Spring Semester
- Fall Semester
- Full Academic Year
- Foreign Language
- Social Studies
AP English Language & Composition, AP English Literature & Composition, AP US History, AP Government & Politics: US, AP World History, AP Art History, AP Psychology, AP Physics I, AP Physics C: Mechanics, AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Environmental Science, AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, AP Statistics, AP Computer Science Principles, AP French Language, AP Spanish Language, AP Studio Art, AP Music Theory
*Other AP courses (VHS, TEC Online and, Independent Study) include Music Theory,, Micro and Macroeconomics, Human Geography, Chinese Language, and Italian.
All courses offer College Prep level. It is the base level for HHS.
With a burgeoning interest in STEM careers, we have rapidly grown our Engineering and Technology program to include Robotics, Team Robotics, Honors Sustainable Engineering, Honors Engineering & Technology, Re-engineering History and Fab Lab: 3-D Design and Fabrication. Simultaneously, our number of young women interested in STEM careers and enrolled in these courses has grown exponentially. New extracurricular offerings include: Women in STEM, Robotics Club, and Science Olympiad.
All Hopkinton's programs are very strong. The school is ranked sixth within Massachusetts. The AP participation rate at Hopkinton High School is 83%.
- Field Hockey
Photography, Smartphone Photography, Ceramics, Fab Lab: 3D design and Fabrication, AP Art History, Yearbook, Fashion and Textile Design, Honors Intro to Art History, Studio Art, Honors Studio Art, AP Studio Art, Animation, Digital Art, Graphic Design, Digital Photography, User Experience Design, Concert Band, Symphonic Band, String Orchestra, Chorus Mixed, Chorus-Treble, Accompaniment, Music Technology, Music Theory, AP Music Theory, Acoustic Guitar,
Active Minds, Ambassadors Club, Art Club, BPA, Best Buddies, Book Club, Clay Club, Chess Club, Coding Club, Community Service Club, Cricket Club, Cubing Club, Creative Writing, Debate/Speech Club, Diversity Club, Fashion, Habitat for Humanity, Happy Hillers Club, Hello Hillers, History Club, Investment Club, Journalism Club, Key Club, Magic the Gathering, Make a Wish, Marginal- HHS Literary Magazine, Marketing Club, Math Competition, Inventor's Club (MIT), Mandarin Club, Mind & Brain Club, Mock Trial Club, Model UN, Music Composition Club, Newspaper Club, Peer Leaders, Photography Club, Poetry Club, Relay for Life, Robotics Team, Sailing Club, Science Olympiad, Spartan Club, Speech & Debate Club, STEM Club, Ultimate Frisbee, VES (Vision & Senior Care)
Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, Boston Public Garden, Boston National History Museum, The Paul Revere House, Legoland Discovery Center Boston, Boston Common, New England Aquarium, Adams National Historical Park, Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area, Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the US Senate, JFK Presidential Library.
Hopkinton, one of Massachusetts’ largest towns geographically, remains one of the state’s fastest growing communities. This record-breaking growth has been influenced by Hopkinton’s proximity to Worcester, Boston, and Providence, Rhode Island, and its easy accessibility to Routes 495, 9, and the Massachusetts Turnpike. The rural beauty and friendly small-town character of Hopkinton have been preserved as the town’s industrial base has changed from agriculture to biomedical and technology. Best known as the starting place for the Boston Marathon, Hopkinton is located twenty-six miles west of downtown Boston.