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Hopkins School is one of the leading first tier prep schools in the country. Hopkins has a beautiful campus located on a quaint hillside in Connecticut. Hopkins is a very well respected school, however, less well known than some of its peers (i.e. Choate, Deerfield, Exeter, and Hotchkiss) because Hopkins does not board. Hopkins was founded in 1660, and is the seventh oldest educational institute in America. It was originally founded as an all boys school, but merged with the Day Prospect Hill School in 1972, and is now co-ed.
Hopkins has educated some of the most brilliant minds in history; these include Senators, Governors Supreme Court Justices, Congressman, Businessman, Postmaster Generals, Inventors, Diplomats, Artists, Military Generals, Composers, Engineers, Authors, Editors, Doctors, Architects and Lawyers. Some of these being, John Malone, Edward Bouchet, Walter Camp, James Hillhouse, Paul MacCready, and Charles Ives.
With its dedicated teachers, committed students and extensive resources, Hopkins continues to maintain its excellent reputation in academics, prestige and athletics.
Hopkins School is an excellent establishment with a beautiful campus, outstanding athletics, brilliant students and incomparable teachers.
by J.J. Smith April 26, 2008
 
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A 7-12 private school in New Haven, Ct. Built in 1660, it merged with the Day-Prospect girls' school in 1970. Hopkins is the home of the Hilltoppers and has a goat as a school mascot. Students are frequently called nerds, social rejects, or are instructed to go do homework by jealous rivals at Hamden Hall that couldn't get in to Hop.
"Oh, you go to that smart school?"
"Hopkins School."
"Right. What are you doing here? Shouldn't you be like studying or whatever?"
by Caitlincl November 12, 2006