St. John's Catholic School 1503 Boyce St, Hopkins, MN55343 St. John's is a school that prides itself on the interest everyone takes in the students, according to…More Principal Kathleen Segna. Teachers care about their students' success. Parents are interested in their children's learning. It has a curriculum based on state and national standards that is updated annually to reflect the most current educational research. St. John's also offers religious instruction.
Hopkins Public Schools Gatewood Elementary School 14900 Gatewood Dr, Minnetonka, MN55345 As part of the Hopkins public school district, Gatewood Elementary serves the communities of Minnetonka and Eden Prairie…More 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 Independent School District 270 is a public school system for grades K through 12. The…More district has six elementary schools, one of which includes a Chinese language immersion program, two junior high schools and one senior high.</p>
<p>The Hopkins Schools are renowned for excellent academic programs and student achievements and extensive extra-curricular programs.</p>
The Blake School is the product of a small group of families who wanted to prepare their children for schools in the…More east. In the early 20th century, these families founded two schools in Minneapolis — Blake for boys and Northrop for girls. In 1958, the schools incorporated Highcroft co-educational elementary school in Wayzata. The three schools then merged to form The Blake School in 1974.</p>
<p>Today, The Blake School combines an academically challenging curriculum with the expectation that students will participate in artistic and athletic activities as part of an integrated approach to learning. Students can study Mandarin Chinese, French, Japanese, Latin and Spanish. They can perform in plays and concerts, and they can participate in more than a dozen sports.</p>
Alice Smith Elementary School 801 Minnetonka Mills Rd, Hopkins, MN55343 Alice Smith Elementary - named after a first-grade teacher who taught in the Hopkins School District for 29 years…More starting in 1919 - is a school that represents the full cross section of Hopkins' diversity. Students from a variety of backgrounds attend the school, and teachers are focused on helping everyone achieve. The school has many activities for students to participate in beyond the traditional classroom time, such as "Art Adventure," band and orchestra. Technology is important. Every fourth- and sixth-grader receives a laptop for the year under the school's "One-to-One" program. Classrooms have interactive white boards and amplification systems that make it easier for students to hear.
Ubah Medical Academy 1600 Mainstreet, Hopkins, MN55343 This school opened its doors to students the fall of 2004 and moved to this location in 2007. Formerly the Katherine…More Curren Elementary School, the school does not charge for attendance. Though the charter high school caters to East African youth, all students are welcome. The curriculum is rich in medicine, health and the life sciences.
In the land of 10,000 Lakes, it's important to know how to swim. Your child can learn in a small-class environment at…More the Martha Burns Swimming School. The warm, smaller-sized pool is an environment designed to keep the learner comfortable while he or she is gaining skills and confidence. Snorkeling and scuba classes are also offered. </p>
<p>Visit the Web site for class schedules.</p>
Main Street School of Performing Arts 1320 Mainstreet, Hopkins, MN55343 Main Street School of Performing Arts (MSSPA) is a tuition free public charter school offering a full general education…More curriculum that meets all graduation requirements for the state of Minnesota while allowing students the opportunity to under take college level advanced placement courses in all areas of academic study. Students at MSSPA also have access to courses in music, art, theatre and dance that are unavailable to students enrolled in other Minnesota public high schools. <br><br>MSSPA is able to offer enrolled students small class sizes, the attention of fully licensed instructors, counseling and guidance support, special education programs, and participation in the most active four years arts focused high school in the area. MSSPA puts on more productions than any other public arts focused programs in the area.
Esse Driving School 1015 Mainstreet, Hopkins, MN55343 Esse has decades of experience teaching crash-avoidance habits that help keep drivers safe. Instructors will teach…More drivers of any age and provide free pick-up. The school offers both classroom and behind-the-wheel lessons as well as private lessons. It operates classes on a continual, rotating basis four nights a week. Each student must attend 10 classes running three hours each but can begin anytime that fits their schedule. Although it's generally easiest if students can attend 10 days straight, it's not required. The school is located on Hopkins Mainstreet 1/2, with the entrance right across from the Driskill's parking lot.
Hopkins Public Schools Hopkins High School 2400 Lindbergh Dr, Minnetonka, MN55305 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.