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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".

School Type:
  • Public High School
State: Massachusetts
City: Hopkinton
Affiliation: Non-Religious
Grades Accepted:
  • 11
  • 12
School Size: 1,212
Average Class Size: 24
Student Body:
  • Co-ed
Program Duration:
  • Spring Semester
  • Fall Semester
  • Full Academic Year
Application Deadline: Rolling
  • Yes
Dresscode: Dress Code Required
Price: $$$
Graduation Allowed:
  • Yes
Graduation After 1 Year:
  • Yes
AP Classes:
  • Yes
AP Classes Offered:
  • Art
  • English
  • Foreign Language
  • Math
  • Science
  • Social Studies
  • Technology

Macroeconomics, Computer Science Principles, Computer Science A, Art and Design, Art History, English Language, English Literature, US History, World History, US Government and Politics, Psychology, Art History, Precalculus, Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Statistics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics C: Mechanics, Physics 1, Environmental Science, French, Spanish

College Prep/Honors Classes:
  • Yes

College Prep and Honors courses.

IB Program:
  • No
  • Yes

STEM is an acronym that includes Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, while “STEAM” integrates these STEM fields with the arts. Hopkinton Public Schools offers a variety of extra-curricular opportunities for students to explore STEAM disciplines, enrich and apply their understanding of STEAM concepts (and the science practices) as well as opportunities for independent research.

Foreign Languages:
  • Chinese
  • French
  • Spanish
Graduation Rate: 98%

All Hopkinton's programs are very strong. The school is ranked sixth within Massachusetts. The AP participation rate at Hopkinton High School is 83%.

Boys Sports:
  • Basketball
  • Baseball
  • Football
  • Soccer
  • Swim
  • Dive
  • Lacrosse
  • Golf
  • Cross Country
  • Track
  • Wrestling
  • Tennis
  • Hockey
Girls Sports:
  • Basketball
  • Soccer
  • Swim
  • Dive
  • Lacrosse
  • Softball
  • Volleyball
  • Golf
  • Cross Country
  • Track
  • Tennis
  • Cheerleading
  • Field Hockey
  • Hockey
  • Gymnastics
Arts Offerings:

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 and more.

Extra Curricular

Ambassador Club, Animal Rights Club, Art Club, Art History Club, ASL Club, BPA, BeFree, Best Buddies, Board Games Club, Book Club, Business Club, Clay Club, Chess Club, Coding Club, Community Service Club, Cricket Club, Creative Writing, Debate Speech Club, Diversity Club, Drone Club, Fashion Club, Fishing Club, Fitness Club, French Club, Gmes Club, Girls Who Code, GSA, 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 and 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 and Debate Club, STEM Club, Ultimate Frisbee, Vision and Senior Care (VES)

Community Information
City Population: 16,720
Weather: Summers are warm, the winters are freezing and snowy, and it is partly cloudy year round.
Nearby Cities: Boston, Massachusetts (57 km)
Nearest Airport: Boston Logan International Airport (BOS)
Local Attractions:

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.

90 Hayden Rowe Street, Hopkinton, MA, USA, Massachusetts, USA 01748