Hopkins School looks forward to welcoming our new and returning students, faculty, and staff as we open our campus this fall. We are dedicated to working together with public health experts and our state to maintain a quality Hopkins educational experience while keeping our community healthy.
First, we must acknowledge the many uncertainties we still face as the pandemic continues to unfold. As its status continues to evolve daily, so does our understanding of the virus and its implications for operating a school. In response to this ever-changing landscape, we have designed a strategy to pivot between three learning models as public health guidelines and recommendations shift:
Following several months of extensive research and work conducted by our Faculty and Staff COVID-19 Response Task Forces and a Trustee Task Force, the Hopkins Trustees have approved the HYBRID LEARNING MODEL
to start the 2020-2021 school year. This model combines best practices from virtual and in-person instruction to create robust teaching and learning experiences in both environments. To achieve the same quality of education that defines Hopkins School, we have made significant upgrades to our facilities, technology infrastructure and sanitization protocols to support this model.
However, we recognize that for some families, there will remain obstacles of various kinds to sending their children to campus at all. For this reason, students will have the option to only participate in classes virtually while we are operating in the Hybrid Model. If you are planning to keep your children home to participate in classes remotely this fall, please click here.
Click the links below to learn more about our Reopening Hopkins Plan, and how the Hybrid Learning Model will enhance community, reestablish connections and advance our teaching and learning, while adhering to safety protocols.