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National Merit Scholarship Awards

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On September 26, Hopkinton High School Principal Alyson Geary announced that Max Vumbaca has been named a National Merit Semifinalist in the 2012 National Merit Scholarship Program. Jaclyn Foisy, Megan Fujiyoshi, Rebecca Govoni, Sarah Greizer, Benjamin Madany, Joseph McNulty, Abigail Perreault, Beverly Reynolds, and Olivia Turner have been named Commended Students in the program as well. These students have demonstrated outstanding potential for academic success.

From the National Merit Scholarship website:

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Last Year's Pep Rally Revisited

Here is a video of the complete October 2010 Pep Rally held at Hopkinton High School last year.

Controversy Over Pep Rally Makes Fox News

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Pep rallies are a tradition for most high schools and Hopkinton High School is no exception, but the elimination of individual class colors by Principal Alyson Geary, a long standing tradition in Hopkinton, has sparked a controversy among students and attracted the attention of Fox25 News Boston. Fox25 reported live from Hopkinton’s Friday, September 23 football game, to see what some of the students and parents had to say about the changes.

Educate Hopkinton Discusses Center School, Casinos and More

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Educate Hopkinton invites residents to join them to learn what's been going on with Center School, the Massachusetts School Buildiing Authority (MSBA) response and the possibility of a casino in Milford.

In their forum on at the Viineyard Churd, 84 South Street, on Sunday, September 25 from 7pm to 9pm, residents will have the opportunity to share their ideas and get answers to their questions as town officials move forward to find an solution for Center School that is acceptable to all of Hopkinton's residents.

Hiller Sports Update: XC

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Update from Coach Jen Fairbanks:

Boys and Girls XC won today against Holliston. Girls 26, 29 (low score wins). Boys swept 15-50 because we took the first 11 spots!

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Varsity Soccer Night at the Fruit Street Fields

Hiller pride was in full force on Friday night as both the girls and the boys varsity teams took on TVL rival Holliston. The doubleheader gave Hiller fans their only chance of the season to cheer on both teams at the same time on the Fruit Street turf fields. The games, which were held at the Fruit Street Athletic Complex, served as the springboard for Hopkinton's Youth Soccer's Varsity Night, which allowed the Hiller's youngest supporters a chance to get in on the action as well.

8th Grade Soccer - Hopkinton 2, Ashland 3

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Here's a Hiller Soccer update from Coach Keith Verra at the Middle School as Hopkinton took on Ashland yesterday

The boys’ soccer team played Ashland Middle School yesterday. The team trailed 2-0 at halftime and tied the game 2-2 in the second half before giving up Ashland’s third goal. Will Yaggy and Connor Murphy scored Hopkinton’s goals. Matt Johnson and John Demarco played solid games. The boys’ game tomorrow versus Wayland has been postponed to a later date. The boys next play on Tuesday versus Dedham on Field 5 starting at 4:45.

MSBA Grant Cannot Be Used for Compromise K-3 School at Fruit Street

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Town officials have received a response from the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) to their August 16th letter. The MSBA letter states that the existing grant cannot be re-purposed to build the existing Fruit Street design as a PreK-3 building, but keeps the door open for future collaboration on a solution for Center School.

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Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser at Applebee's in Milford

Come and help support the Hiller Cheerleaders at their fundraiser this weekend!

WHEN: Saturday, September 24 from 8am to 10am
WHAT: Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser
WHERE: Milford Applebee's
COST: $7/person if purchased ahead and $8/person at the door

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High School Club Fair

Ultimate Frisbee, Model UN or Mock Trial? As summer comes to a close, and school gets back into full gear, many high schoolers are looking for fun activities to do after the school day ends. The high school sponsored club fair on September 15th was the perfect opportunity for incoming students to check out and sign up for a variety of different after school clubs and organizations. Clubs ranged from those that were fun and laidback, to those that were educationally enriching, as well as to clubs that help the community. No matter the type of activity, every student was passionate in letting others know why they should get involved with their club.

High schoolers, if you missed the club fair, you can still sign up for clubs. To learn more about a particular club, visit the high school website.

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