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Hopkins House

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

Founded in 1939, Hopkins House operates education enriched preschool academy for infants and children, summer discovery camp for adolescents, and 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
3/25/2015 3:15:00 PM
The Alexandria Council of Human Services Organizations (ACHSO) released “Meeting Needs Today: A Needs Assessment of the Alexandria Human Services System”,...
2/27/2015 3:46:00 PM
Earl Lloyd, the first African-American to play in an NBA game died today. Lloyd was a Hopkins House alumnus and last visited the organization in 2008....
2/18/2015 4:19:00 PM
Hopkins House donor, David Karp, among business leaders featured in "Good Business", a report on corporate giving recently released by the Community Foundation...
1/28/2015 3:17:00 PM
The Hopkins House Trustees announced the recipients of the 2015 Heart of the Community Awards. John Porter, former Assistant Superintendent of Alexandria...
12/18/2014 4:12:00 PM
The town Mayor, Lisa C. Merkel, toured Hopkins House's newest preschool academy, located in Herndon, Virginia. She toured classrooms and helped some of...
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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, conditions in and around our facilities, and the advice of local safety authorities.

While we try to assess conditions and announce changes in our schedule as early as possible, due to often late-changing information, we are not always able to do so.

You can receive text alerts regarding changes in our operating schedule and other emergency announcements by clicking here to sign up for the Hopkins House Emergency Alert System.

You can also telephone our Advisory Hotline at 571-480-4097 for the latest information.
We will also send alerts to the email address we have for you on file.


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