Hopkins Alternative Program

The Hopkins Alternative Program (HAP) is a close-knit learning community at Hopkins High School, specifically designed for self-driven students who thrive outside of a mainstream school structure.

With smaller class sizes, self-guided learning, and devoted teachers, HAP operates like a small family. The HAP community encourages one another to build on their academic success through accountability and developing scholarly relationships. HAP offers students who may not thrive in a typical classroom setting a way to tap into their true academic potential.

The focus of the student's learning experience in HAP centers on the development of their classroom participation skills, completion of course standards and understanding the importance of maintaining consistent attendance and responsibility. Students need to have a desire and interest in academic learning in order to succeed in HAP!

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Program Highlights