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A king was crowned at John Hopkins Middle last week. Anthony Quandt knocked out all of his chess opponents to become J. Hop’s “grandmaster” at a tournament for chess club participants.
A musical written by three J.Hop students is advancing to the National History Day competition in Washington, D.C. this June.
Find a treasure or donate a household item to the J.Hop garage sale this Saturday.
Five J. Hop eighth-graders win top awards for academics.
Eighth-graders share their favorite J. Hop memories.
Eighth-graders share their favorite J. Hop memories
Pup Josie learns the ropes on her way to becoming a service dog.
Experience the sights and sounds of the JHMS Folk Fair.
Head Plant Operator Mr. Sharpe handles it all. Calmly.
Experience Vertical Ventures St. Pete.
JHMS students Annika Fuller, Hadassah Eborda, and Talya White perform their skit on the Pullman Strike of 1894 at the state competition in Tallahassee.
Faculty tastes tests popsicles just in time for summer.
The saying goes that, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” But sometimes, having an artist explain their work themselves can be just as special.
Artwork done by six students was chosen for the Clearwater Arts Alliance March is Youth Art Month K-8 Exhibition.
This marks the fifth year in a row J.Hop has earned top honors.
Several J.Hop artists will be featured in the 3+ Dimensions Expressive Figures Exhibition.
Twelve J. Hop students earned spots for their artwork in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards ceremony and exhibition in February.
A new survey finds that Florida may not be a tropical paradise, at least not for families.
The lastest movie in the Star Wars series disappoints. JHT Movie Critic Kaylee Pedigo tells why.
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