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Failing Test Grades in AP Physics Boosted Through “Curving”

Justin Bouffard

November 7, 2017

Filed under Features, Student Life

Students new to the high school may be surprised to learn that in some classes, a 50% on a test can be a passing grade.  This is because of grade curves, a grading method used by more difficult courses to boost grades. “My...

Meet the International Students of HHS

Caitlin Dean

October 24, 2017

Filed under Features, Student Life

Every August, a small group of students from all over the world arrive to join the Hopkinton High School community, coming from countries such as China, Italy, Thailand, and Brazil. For many of them, it is there first time in...

Student Council’s Big Plans For Pep Rally

Ted Torres

October 24, 2017

Filed under Student Life, Uncategorized

Pep Rally has always been a major part of the school community during the start of October. Students look forward to spirit week and pep rally every year. Student council normally organizes all the events of pep rally and ensures ...

HHS Students Get Real About the Recruiting Process

Emma Murphy

October 19, 2017

Filed under Humans of HHS, Sports, Student Life

The recruiting process definitely comes with a roller coaster of emotions for students. Despite the stress, the journey of being recruited to play a college sport can be very rewarding and enjoyable. In recent years, the process...

The Facts about Class Money

Ralston Augspurg

October 19, 2017

Filed under Student Life

Funding the spectrum of a high school class’ events over the course of four years is not cheap. Yet, apart from members of the student government, students may find the fundraising aspects a mystery. Ted Torres, vice presid...

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