The Hopedale High School Alumni Association presented 28 scholarships totaling more than $50,000 at the Class of 2018 graduation ceremony on June 2nd, along with $30,000 in scholarships to Class of 2017 graduates who are now in their first year of college. Vice President... Read More
The Hopedale Jr.-Sr. High School will be hosting a “Night of the Arts” on Thursday May 10th. There will be an exhibit of student artwork, from 6pm...Read More
The 10th annual Hopedale Blue Raider 5K Run/Walk sponsored by the Hopedale Boosters will be held on Saturday, May 12, 2018 at the Hopedale Jr-Sr...Read More
Hopedale Jr.-Sr. High School is putting forth ground level efforts to teach about alcohol, tobacco, and drugs. As part of the school’s efforts,...Read More
ACCEPT Education Collaborative is pleased to announce it has received a $20,000 grant from the Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism. These funds...Read More
Last spring Hopedale took its six seed in the Division 3 Central Softball Tournament all the way to the top by dispatching of Maynard, Quaboag, Uxbridge and then Blackstone Valley for the Title before finally falling to Turner Falls, the eventual State Champion, in the State...Read More
When Rosemary Talbot became the girls tennis coach at Hopedale High, she and her players had several goals in mind. They wanted to keep improving, they wanted to win the Dual Valley Conference title, go unbeaten and experience success in the Division 3 Tournament.
Entering the season having lost four seniors as well as their coach from last year’s Division 3 Central Championship team, first year boy’s tennis coach Ryan Mulry was just looking to build upon what Hopedale had already built. However losing four of the seven starters that...Read More