HHS Press

Boy Scouts Accept Girls… Into Separate Troops

December 21, 2017

On October 11th, 2017, the Boys Scouts of America released a statement saying that by next year, they will begin integrating girls into some of their programs. And by next fall, BSA is opening their doors for younger girls, ages 7...

AP Psychology Vs. Introduction to Psychology

Kathleena Thompson

November 20, 2017

AP Psychology is one of the most in-demand AP courses in Hopkinton High School. With over a hundred and eighty students enrolled in this course, it is no wonder why the school created two other classes, Time to Think and Intr...

The Ins and Outs of Half Days

Matt Carnes

November 20, 2017

At Hopkinton High School, there are seven scheduled early release or dismissal days in the 2017/2018 schedule. This is the same amount as the 2016/2017 school year, but one more than the previous two school years. Of those...

How Challenge Creates Teamwork

Olivia Coelho, HHS Student Editor

November 20, 2017

Fitness Club has been a part of the school for a couple years, drawing in athletes and non-athletes, and both students and staff alike. And while they only meet once a week, Fitness Club has created a community of people working...

Senior Studies

Alexa Girard

November 20, 2017

kjStudy periods are a cornerstone of the senior experience at Hopkinton High School, something that current seniors have been looking forward to since freshman year. Seniors have the option of staying at school, going home, ...

Student Council’s Big Plans For Pep Rally

Ted Torres

October 24, 2017

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 ...

The Emergence of Southern Schools in HHS

Will Abernethy

October 23, 2017

As seniors start to send in college applications, an interesting trend is continuing in Hopkinton High School. Every year, more and more students are applying to school down South. Last year, that trend continued with hundreds o...

Will There Be A Return Of School Dances?

Anthony Farina

October 23, 2017

School dances have been a hallmark tradition among high schools since the days when most of the teachers at Hopkinton High School were in school. And although it is a tradition, it is one that the class of 2018 has had to go wit...

Students of divorced parents can have difficulty adjusting

Paige Harvey, Staff Writer

March 28, 2017

Divorce appears to be an uncommon event in Hopkinton but common around America. The town has a divorce rate of 8 percent, according to Point2Homes, a real estate website, which can cause a turbulent home life for students. In Amer...

Technology in libraries

Kylie Moran, Staff writer

March 28, 2017

  Over the past couple of years people have noticed smaller amounts of students going into the library. Students at Hopkinton High School have come up with the thought that it is due to technology improving in the sch...

Should student athletes be required to take PE?

Meghan Anderson, Staff Writer

March 28, 2017

Backlash has been growing among student athletes for some time in regards to the requirement of taking a physical education class, and their coaches agree. It is currently a Massachusetts regulation that all students K-12 particip...

Senior Regrets

March 28, 2017

    “I would spend less time watching Netflix and more time producing [music],” Stephen Auslander “Start working at Kidsboro sophomore year rather than junior year because I love it so much,” Emily Gildea ...

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