The IB capstone community project encourages students to engage in service as they use the skills and knowledge they’ve gained in junior high and apply them to the real world.
Hopkins promises an educational experience for students ages 0-21 that prepares them to succeed in our increasingly complex, rapidly changing world. Our students are recognized as global scholars — who work collaboratively, disrupt the status quo, and solve some of the world’s most complex problems. They are the best and brightest citizens of tomorrow. Together, we are creating a better world by inspiring each student to reach their full potential.
Our district leaders and scholars put together this message of thanks for Teacher Appreciation Week and School Lunch Hero Day!
The focus was to design something that solved a problem, accomplished a task or fulfilled a need for humans. Many students created a functioning prosthetic hand that could grip objects.
The competitions simulate real-life business scenarios that test students’ academic understanding and skills development. To advance to the national level of competition, students had to finish in the top 4 spots within their events.
Hopkins Public Schools was awarded a Silver Level Magna Award from the National School Board Association for its Royal Reps and Royal Connections program.
The young innovators currently have a patent pending with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for their creative design. They created a biodegradable packing product and pet litter. The product is made entirely of recycled materials