• Hopkinton High School Counseling Department  

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    Beyond the Hill: The HHS Counselors' Guide to Postsecondary Planning

    Read Beyond the Hill for updated information for parents on everything college or post-secondary options. 
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    HHS is seizing the chance to Seize the Awkward!

    Check it out at https://seizetheawkward.org/...

    Talking to your friend about mental health can be scary - but reaching out when you’re feeling down or when you see a friend struggling can make a huge difference. Watch these mental health stories and see how it made a difference; and get some pointers on how to "seize the awkward" and start the conversation with a friend you're worried about...


    Thank you to all who attended our

    Post Secondary Planning Night!  

     Check out the Post Secondary Planning link for more information and presentations from the February 28th workshops and don't forget about these two upcoming events:




    If you missed the October 3rd Junior Parent Night meeting, you can find the entire powerpoint presentation here.


     The Counselor Assignments for Grade 9:

    A-Cof:  Michael Flanagan              mflanagan@hopkinton.k12.ma.us

    Coh-G:  Patrick O'Brien                 pobrien@hopkinton.k12.ma.us

    H-Li:  Kristen Wurster                   kwurster@hopkinton.k12.ma.us

    Lo-Pan: Kiely Murray                     kmurray@hopkinton.k12.ma.us

    Pat-V:  Cheryl Elder                       celder@hopkinton.k12.ma.us

    W-Z:  Adelaide Greco                     lgreco@hopkinton.k12.ma.us



    June 1:             SAT exam given at llocal schools

    June 4-5:         Science MCAS

    June 8:             ACT exam given at local schools

    June 12-17:     Exam period

    June 13:           6 Flags Trip for grades 9 & 10

    June 12-17:     Final Exams Week

    June 14:           8th Grade Step-Up Day

    June 18:           Last Day of School!


    July 13:            SAT exam given at local schools


    Have a safe and happy summer!





  • The Education Cooperative (TEC) Internship Program
    is a career exploration program supporting junior and senior high school students. These unpaid internships enable students to: clarify career goals and future academics; understand career paths and what having a job is really like; strengthen a college application and/or resume; gain confidence and life skills; and make potential contacts for a future job search.
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