The curriculum at Hopkins Academy is designed to prepare students for a variety of post-secondary opportunities. Our classrooms and courses are rigorous and challenging and allow all students to learn at very high levels. Combined with Guidance Services, the sequence of courses in core content areas is purposefully designed to allow students to complete their secondary education career or college ready. With that goal in mind, summer homework is provided by Hopkins faculty, to families with students enrolled in Math, English Language Arts and Advance Placement courses for the purpose of providing those students with a well-designed connection to the curriculum of the first weeks of the upcoming school year. Summer assignments in these content areas address foundation skills from prior coursework, as well as
provide students initial exposure to new content and skills they will learn during the upcoming school year. Studies suggest that students who continue reading, writing, and practicing math skills backslide less than those students who stop practicing those skills over the summer months. While summer homework assignments are not required, families are strongly encouraged to keep their students connected to their learning, so that they are best prepared to take on the rigors and challenges of the next year's courses.
Please refer to Academy News to download and print individual course assignments. Additional information may also be available on the individual Teacher Webpages. Paper copies are available in the Main Office.
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Summer Office Hours
(vacation 7/1-7/3, 8/3-8/7)
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Ready for pick-up on Monday, June 29th
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CLASS OF 2018 T-Shirt Fundraiser!
Support the Class of 2018 and show your Hopkins pride by purchasing a T-shirt for just $15!
Available in adult sizes S-XL
Payment should be brought to any of the 2018 Class Advisors: Ms. Roberts or Ms. Duncan
Checks should be made out to: Hopkins Academy Class of 2018
Thank you for your support!
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A limited number of YEARBOOKS
are left for purchase!
Once they sell out, they are GONE!
How to Order:
Send a check in the amount of $70 to Mrs. Bardin or Mr. Green,
payable to: Hopkins Academy
Welcome to Hopkins Academy
Though once a private school, Hopkins Academy is Hadley’s outstanding public middle and high school for students in grades 7-12. The school excels in academics compared to the majority of public schools in Massachusetts. In fact, U.S. News and World Report (December 2010) has voted Hopkins Academy one of the top schools in the nation.