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Hopkins Public Schools Gatewood Elementary School
14900 Gatewood Dr, Minnetonka, MN 55345
As part of the Hopkins public school district, Gatewood Elementary serves the communities of Minnetonka and Eden PrairieMore as well as Hopkins. Artwork covers the walls at the school's entrance and sculptures are displayed in the front office. Principal Donna Montgomery is a sculptor herself and values art. This emphasis is extended into the classroom as well. The staff focuses just as much on academic rigor as creating a peaceful school community.
Hopkins Public Schools Hopkins North Junior High
10700 Cedar Lake Rd, Minnetonka, MN 55305
Hopkins North Junior High is in Minnetonka and shares its campus with L. H. Tanglen Elementary and Hopkins HighMore School. It is one of the first Minnesota middle schools or junior highs to receive the Blue Ribbon School of Excellence award from the U.S. Department of Education. It has also been named as one of the country's 100 Highly Effective Middle Schools. The school has a variety of opportunities for students - including fine arts, world languages, exploratory classes and gifted and talented programs. 
Hopkins Public Schools Harley Hopkins Family Center
125 Monroe Ave S, Hopkins, MN 55343
Harley Hopkins Family Center provides programs for families before their children enter elementary school. The EarlyMore Childhood Family Education teaches parents to become their child's first and most important teacher. The Early Childhood Special Education program helps children through kindergarten age who've had special needs identified. Getting Ready for Kindergarten teaches parents everything they need to prepare for that year and offers early childhood screening. Kaleidoscope Preschool offers classes for children 3 to 5 years old. That program also takes place at  the Ronald B. Davis Community Center attached to Meadowbrook Elementary School.
Hopkins Public Schools Hopkins High School
2400 Lindbergh Dr, Minnetonka, MN 55305
Hopkins High School draws students from all or part of seven of the metro area's western suburbs: Hopkins, Minnetonka,More Edina, Eden Prairie, Golden Valley, St. Louis Park and Plymouth. It is the state's first National School of Excellence and helps students excel in a variety of arenas. Fifteen Advanced Placement-specific courses, plus fifteen more subject areas that correspond to AP course descriptions, offer students a shot college credit. It offers up to six levels of language instruction in American Sign Language, Chinese, French, German and Spanish. Students interested in technology can study advanced television production, obtain A+ Computer Technician Certification or use the school's state-of-the-art music production lab. Opportunities in the fine arts also abound, including several choir and musical groups, theater and art courses. 
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