The Royal Page

Hopkins tries International Baccalaureate program

Haley DenHartog, Staff Writer

October 24, 2013


Filed under News

by Haley DenHartog, staff writer While HHS students get to choose how much or how little they are challenged in the classroom, the junior highs have recently switched over to a new approach at learning that puts every student’s mind to the test. Beginning last year, Hopkins decided to give the Inter...

PSAT or PLAN? Individual goals drive decision

Joe Greene, News Editor

October 24, 2013


Filed under News

by Joe Greene, News Editor 
This year, Allegra Wallingford, senior, was named a National Achievement Scholarship Semifinalist. The National Achievement Scholarship Program was established nearly fifty years ago with the goal of recognizing outstanding African-American high school students. 16,0...

Referendum seeks financial aid for more technology in classrooms

Imann Hodleh, Staff Writer

October 24, 2013


Filed under News

by Imann Hodleh, staff writer This November, voters of the Hopkins School District will have to decide whether or not to pass two referendums on the operating levy and the capital projects levy. These levies, if passed, will impact the HHS community by exceeding the expectations of technology in the buil...

Oakes and Jenny win homecoming court vote

Oakes and Jenny win homecoming court vote

Isabella Weisman, Staff Writer

October 2, 2013


Filed under Feature, News, Royal Spotlight, Showcase

by Isabella Weisman, junior On Friday, September 27, HHS students gathered in the Lindbergh Center for the 2013 Homecoming pepfest. Everyone watched as the Homecoming Royalty winners were crowned. Every year HHS students nominate their peers to be the Homecoming Royalty. Sophomores are nominated f...

Locked out Minnesota Orchestra plays informative concert at HHS

Roxy Krietzman, Photo Editor

October 1, 2013


Filed under News

by Roxy Krietzman, senior It is day 365 of the Minnesota Orchestra musicians lockout. Instead of spending the day wrapped up in the politics, the musicians performed a free concert for HHS music students and staff in the auditorium. Pamela Arnstein, a first violin player for the Minnesota Orchest...

Senior class witnesses last homecoming pepfest

Julia Jallo, Staff Reporter

October 1, 2013


Filed under News, Uncategorized

by Julia Jallo, sophomore With everyone sporting their class colors; Seniors, red, Juniors, purple, and Sophomores, green, the pep-fest is ready for action. Spirit day winners are announced from the categories, legend sports movies, magical Disney classics, rockin' 80’s, fearless superheros, and st...

Orange you glad they chose green?

September 20, 2013


Filed under News

by Isabella Weisman, junior Confusion over what the sophomore class color would be arose when the Student Government decided to go against the traditional color cycle. With homecoming approaching, they needed to make a decision. The class of 2016’s official color is green. By approaching the studen...

ASC brings more academic development to HHS

September 20, 2013


Filed under News

by Ann Goodroad, junior Wednesday afternoon, brains were working hard and students recieved help in subjects through the new Academic Support Center. The ASC program started September 10. ASC helps students access tutoring from teachers in the math, science, and writing areas. The ASC meets after school...

Crockett takes reins as academic dean

Crockett takes reins as academic dean

Eli Badower and Hillary Donovan

September 10, 2013


Filed under News

by Eli Badower, senior, and Hillary Donovan, junior Tyson Crockett, Academic Dean, struts to the front of HHS in his bow tie and plaid shirt, waiting to get to know all the students at the school. Being the new Academic Dean at HHS, Crockett has a packed schedule and is ready to distinguish himself ...

The student news site of Hopkins High School
News