District Profile

Harold Martin School

The Harold Martin School houses approximately 260 students in grades Preschool-3, and its aim is to meet the needs of the young child. The staff takes great pride in the family atmosphere of the school and strives to strengthen the community and parent connections which contribute to the excellent instructional program that is offered. Recognizing that young children learn in a variety of ways, the staff attempts to balance teacher directed and individualized instruction.

Maple Street School

The Maple Street School houses approximately 250 students in grades 4-6. Like the early childhood staff, teachers at Maple Street also vary teaching strategies to accommodate the learning styles of all children. The instructional program is enhanced through many special events and activities. Included among these are Odyssey of the Mind, concerts given by the band and the chorus, the Second Step program, Arts and Science Day, student council, and the Peer Outreach program.

Hopkinton Middle/High School

Hopkinton Middle/High School enrolls approximately 520 students in grades 7-12. The Middle School maintains a separate identity by organizing instruction for the 7th and 8th graders in teaching teams. Block scheduling is used at grades 9-12. The school system offers a predominantly college preparatory curriculum since 80%-85% of the graduates continue their education beyond high school. Advanced placement courses are offered in science, math, and foreign languages. SAT scores exceed state and national averages, and college acceptances are impressive. Additionally, comprehensive, sequential courses in life skills and business education are provided. Students participate in a range of outstanding extra-curricular and co-curricular activities. The size of the school allows many students to participate who otherwise might not do so.

News

Posted on
04/17/2019
The district recently completed testing additional faucets for lead levels. During the second round of testing, one faucet in the Learning Center at Maple Street School exceeded the lead level threshold and was immediately removed from service until it could be remediated.
Posted on
03/26/2019
In February 2018, the State of New Hampshire adopted Senate Bill 247 "Preventing Childhood LeadPoisoning from Paint and Water." This bill requires that by July 1, 2019, all schools and licensedchildcare facilities in the state complete testing for lead in drinking water at all locations where water isavailable for consumption by children.
Posted on
03/04/2019
Please join us for the 2019 Annual School District Meeting on Saturday, March 9, 2019, at 9:00 a.m. at the  Hopkinton Middle High School Gymnasium.  Streaming link for Annual School District Meeting: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ijvxX5XDOH4
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