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  • PrepStar Premium ACT Class

    It is important to remember that the ACT is no longer just an achievement test. To receive great ACT scores for college admissions, students now need training and coaching more than ever before. PrepStar Premium is a 24 hour ACT preparation course unlike any other. The class is thorough, challenging and extremely effective. The class includes: Extensive content review Effective strategies Taught by Matt Brufoldt, Outstanding Hopkins HS Teacher 3 full ACT practice tests Detailed score reports from practice tests Online scoring for practice tests for immediate results Make-up content available via video And, it offers guaranteed results for students who have already taken the ACT test! Testimonial Quotes: “This class was long at times, but well worth it. My score improved a lot.” “The class gives you the best strategies to get your best score. My score went from a 24 to a 32!” “My score went up 3 points after taking the PrepStar class!” Class location:Minnetonka High School 18301 Highway 7 Minnetonka, MN 55345
  • Red Cross Babysitting

    Ages 11+ Become the most popular babysitter in your neighborhood with your newly acquired credentials from this class! Whether you are experienced or just beginning to care for children, this is the class for you. Learn basic child development, first aid, unique care for babies, and how to deal with emergencies plus age appropriate games and activities to reinforce concepts. You will receive a Red Cross certification, but you MUST be 11 years old by the end of this class and attend the entire course. Material fee of $15 included for the Red Cross Babysitting book and a CD that is yours to keep. Please bring a pen/pencil and paper for your notes and your own snack/beverage.Online registration closes the day prior to the start date. Please call our office at 952-988-4070 to register after online registration closes.
  • School of Fish

    School of Fish is a kids fishing class taught by pro angler and television show host Mike Frisch.  Students learn about lakes, finding fish in those lakes, and some great ways to catch them.  They also learn to tie a fishing knot and rig and use a slip-bobber setup and class will end with some dock fishing.  All equipment is provided.  Participants will receive a rod & reel, tackle box with Northland tackle, Cabela's $10 gift card, KLN Snack Pack, and coloring book.
  • Science Explorers: Buggy for Bugs

    Are you buggy for bugs? Do you like the creepy, crawlers of the immense insect world? Then join us as we investigate the two types of metamorphosis, discover how some bugs live in colonies, and how bugs eat, smell and survive. You will construct your own bugs, weave a web and more in this fun, hands-on class.This class will be held in the Stepping Stone building next to Meadowbrook Elementary.
  • Skyhawks Flag Football

    Learn skills on both sides of the ball including the core components of passing, catching, and de-flagging or defensive positioning – all presented in a fun and positive environment. At the end of each class, we will introduce scrimmaging and other team oriented games. Please note that April 5th and 6th are non-school days.
  • Spring Skateboard Clinic

    Welcome to Spring!  Time to take off the winter coats and enjoy the sunshine!  The 3rd Lair skateboard instructional programs have been a part of MN skateboarding development for 17 years.  We are the originals, offering the most well-trained instructors, and a proven reputation for success. Perfect class for the beginner or seasoned skateboarder. Equipment is provided if needed, otherwise you are free to bring your own too.Class will be held at:Hopkins Overpass Skate Park100 Washington Avenue SouthHopkins, MN 55343
  • Spy Club Undercover

    What is it like to be a Secret Agent or a Detective? We will complete secret missions, play exciting spy and detective games and use our critical thinking skills and imagination to solve the mysteries! We will create a secret agent name and ID badge, come up with a disguise, follow clues, examine prints and much more! Join us as we have fun with our inner detective! Each session will include new games and activities.
  • Summer Field Biology 2018 At Wolf Ridge

    Join us as we make our exciting return to the newly renovated Wolf Ridge ELC! The 33rd year of Summer Field Biology is just around the corner and this year’s theme is "Caught in the Web of Minnesota’s Spiders." We’ll learn about the 450+ species of araneae (spiders) spinning webs in Minnesota. Our agenda will include species identification, spider venom, and web creation as we work to understand these often feared but amazing creatures. This program is led by experienced Hopkins School District teachers who are committed to making every moment memorable for your child.Wolf Ridge 2018: July 10 (9:30 am - 7:00pm) Hopkins High School Tie-dye your own Summer Field Biology t-shirt and explore the world of Minnesota’s spiders. Get prepared for activities that you will experience up North! This includes selecting Wolf Ridge activities and dorm groups. Attendance on July 10th is essential, as we use this day to prepare for the Wolf Ridge portion of camp! July 16-20: Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning CenterDeparture: Our group will leave from Hopkins High School on July 16 at 6:30 am.Wolf Ridge ELC Activities: Adventure: Climb indoor rock walls, traverse tree tops rope courses, paddle canoes, test your compass skills in orienteering, and explore lakes in kayaks (high school students). Cultural Learning: Learn about the Voyageurs and Ojibwe people who have contributed to our Minnesota history. Nature/Animal Life: Learn about the land and creatures with which we share our earth. Hiking: Hike to an elevation of 1,450 feet and watch the sun rise or set over Lake Superior. Conservation: Renew your commitment to sustainable living. Teamwork/Challenge: Work in mixed-age teams to compete in our annual Wolf Ridge Amazing Race. Fun: Sing songs at an outdoor bonfire with s'mores as we laugh and connect with new friends. Return: We will return to Hopkins High School shortly after 6:00 pm on July 20.Cost includes transportation, special field trips, lodging, meals and staffing. This is a technology free program; we value this opportunity to unplug as we connect with each other and nature.Multiple Child Discount! $50 off for each additional child enrolled. You must enroll through Hopkins Community Education staff in order to receive the discount. 952-988-4070.Cancellation Policy - 100% if canceled by May 16th, May 17th to June 1st 50%, after June 1st, no refunds. For more information about Wolf Ridge visit www.wolf-ridge.org. Register for this camp through Hopkins Community Education, NOT THROUGH Wolf Ridge.
  • TGA Premier Tennis

    Join TGA (Teach. Grow. Achieve) in its national, award winning, 5-level tennis program, with curriculum helping students understand the science of the game relating to racquet stroke, ball speed and bounce, and angles.  Students learn the fundamentals, etiquette and rules of the game in a fun environment. Best of all, top-notch equipment and training materials are provided so children of all skill levels have the chance to come and play with TGA!
  • The Best-Ever Art Class! with Kidcreate Studio

    This class is packed full of fan favorites! From snow globes, projects that glow-in-the-dark, and messy clay masterpieces, these are the most requested Kidcreate projects of all time! All of them put together in one highly-anticipated class. This is the stuff the kids can’t get enough of and guaranteed to be an artsy good time!
  • Yoga Calm for Children

    Help your child develop healthy habits for a lifetime of wellness and happiness. Yoga Calm gives children a practice and routine that integrates physical, mental, and emotional development. *Simple breathing techniques to slow down the nervous system,develop self- control and connect children with their feelings *Yoga poses to release energy, learn compassion, and develop strength, concentration, and self-confidence
  • Youth Horse Camp

    Come ride and learn about horses! Learn how to groom, tack-up, lead and do in-hand work with horses. Attendees will also enjoy horse-related crafts and activities, like braiding a horse's mane and tail and helping feed, water and care for horses. Proper attire includes sneakers or boots (closed toe and heel), long pants and layers, depending on the weather. Bring bug spray, sunscreen, nut-free snacks, water bottle and nut-free bag lunch. ASTM/SEI certified helmets provided. Signed waivers required. This camp is run in partnership with Hopkins-Minnetonka Recreation Services.
  • Youth Tumbling

    Students will participate in age and level-appropriate lessons, including muscle strengthening and flexibility in order to execute acrobatic and tumbling skills. Learn from a certified instructor using a curriculum approved by Cirque Du Soleil.