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Hopkins House


 A Nonprofit, High-impact
Community-based Learning Center
for Children, Youth, and Families 

Founded in 1939, Hopkins House operates education enriched preschool academies for infants and children, summer discovery camps for adolescents, and a college and career development institute for teens and adults, that help build the foundation for 21st century achievement and success in the new global economy.
 
Serving communities throughout the
Northern Virginia metropolitan area. 
Recent News
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6/15/2016 5:19:00 PM
Billion-dollar investments in six key areas could potentially deliver returns of $3 to $15 for every $1 invested, or more than $55 billion in increased...
 
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6/14/2016 9:46:00 AM
Alfred Street Baptist Church awards scholarships to three Hopkins House Preschool Academy Young Scholars.
 
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6/13/2016 3:28:00 PM
Nearly 300 parents and guests attended Preschool Academy Graduation Day at Hopkins House this year on June 11.
 
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6/13/2016 1:42:00 PM
Hopkins House appointed Ms. Karen Bieber to replace Ms. Stephanie Menson-Turner who will be stepping down at the end of the school year as Principal of...
 
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6/10/2016 3:18:00 PM
The Hopkins House Community Stakeholders held their 77th annual meeting & luncheon this year on June 10. At the meeting, held at the Carlyle Club in Alexandria,...
 
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Hopkins House does NOT automatically follow the emergency closing schedule of the local public schools or governments because many of our students are not enrolled in local schools and their families work for private industry. Determinations regarding Hopkins House closings are based on a variety of considerations including the safety of travel conditions for our students AND our staff, and condition of and around our campuses.

 


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