John Hopkins Middle School

Center for International Studies in the Arts and Multimedia Journalism

  • John Hopkins Middle School earned a school grade of a C! Congratulations to the scholars, teachers, and community for your efforts in improving our school grade.

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    Until October 11th, John Hopkins will be the home to the Florida Holocaust Museum’s exhibit Beaches, Benches, and Boycotts. This exhibit discusses the complicated history of racial segregation in Pinellas County.

    If you have interest in joining educators during a three-hour professional development session, please email Hillary Van Dyke at about the possibility of attending as a community observer!

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    JHMS Vision Statement:

    Create 21st Century Global Learners


    JHMS Mission Statement:

    The mission of John Hopkins Middle School

    is to create a population of global citizens

    who are principled, caring, reflective and

    strong communicators. 





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2019-2020 Important Information


    Save the Date

    Saturday, August 10th

    9:00 AM to 12:00 PM


    All students and parent/guardians are invited to come out to the campus to meet and greet teachers, administration, and staff  You will be free to explore the campus at your leisure.  


    Student schedules will be available for pick up.


    PTSA, JHME Boosters, and several other school and community organizations will be on hand.


    Come on out and explore JHOP!!!

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    Required JHMS Uniform



    • Shirts: Polo-style collared shirts in solid black, hunter green, or burgundy.

      • Logos should be no bigger than a quarter

    • Hoodies/Sweatshirts: solid black, hunter green, or burgundy.

      • no logos, images, etc.



    • Pants: Khaki colored or blue khaki.  NO DENIM.

      • NO leggings, jeggings, tights, sweat pants, stirrups, or holes. NO sagging pants or shorts

    • Shorts or Skirts: Khaki colored or blue khaki.  NO DENIM.

      • Must be at least knee length.

      • NO basketball shorts. No pencil or spandex skirts.


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Magnet Program

  • Arts and Multimedia Journalism

    Arts and Multimedia Journalism What is a Magnet?
    Magnet programs focus on a certain theme with specialized curriculum in areas such as arts, communication, science and technology, and gifted studies. Some programs have eligibility requirements. Students living in the specific attendance area for the program may apply.
    At John Hopkins Middle School, our magnet program is a point of great pride. As the county’s Center for International Studies in the Arts and Multimedia Journalism, we offer classes fine arts, performing arts, journalism, TV Production, and multimedia technology while engaging students in an intellectually challenging curriculum as an International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme Candidate School.

IB Middle Years Programme

  • IB Middle Years Programme
    IB Middle Years Programme
    John Hopkins Middle School Center for International Studies in the Arts and Multimedia Journalism is pursing authorization as an International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme School and is currently an MYP Candidate School.

    The IB MYP is for all students in grades 6-8. The aim of the IB MYP is to develop internationally minded people who, recognizing their common humanity and shared guardianship of the planet, help to create a better and more peaceful world. Students are encouraged to examine their world from all angles, giving students the skills to look at issues from a local, national and global perspective. The IB MYP strives to help all students intentionally develop the ten IB Learner Profile attributes to become Inquirers, Knowledgeable, Thinkers, Communicators, Principled, Open-Minded, Caring, Risk-Takers, Balanced, and Reflective.

    While developing the ten attributes, students take courses in eight subject groups: language acquisition, language and literature, individuals and societies, science, math, arts, physical education and health, and design. At least one unit during each school year will involve be interdisciplinary and will involve all subject areas. In cooperation with the IB MYP curriculum, students may choose to participate in focus classes in art, dance, instrumental music, theatre, vocal music, or multimedia journalism. Students who choose a focus area will have the one to two classes in their focus area assigned in the class schedule. Their focus class is the arts portion of the eight subject groups.

    John Hopkins Middle School Center for International Studies in the Arts and Multimedia Journalism strives to include all students in the classroom. Each student at John Hopkins will participate in the IB MYP classes growing them into lifelong learners and global thinkers.
    Learn more about the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme >

    * John Hopkins Middle School is a candidate school for the Middle Years Programme. This school is pursuing authorization as an IB World School. These are schools that share a common philosophy—a commitment to high quality, challenging, international education that John Hopkins Middle School believes is important for our students.

    * Only schools authorized by the IB Organization can offer any of its four academic programmes: the Primary Years Programme (PYP), the Middle Years Programme (MYP), the Diploma Programme or the Career-related Programme (CP). Candidate status gives no guarantee that authorization will be granted.