Hopkins School

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Hopkins School is a private, college-preparatory, coeducational, day school located in New Haven, Connecticut.wikipedia
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Hopkins School is a private, college-preparatory, coeducational, day school located in New Haven, Connecticut.
In 1660, Colony founder John Davenport's wishes were fulfilled, and Hopkins School was founded in New Haven with money from the estate of Edward Hopkins.

Edward Hopkins

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Hopkins was established "for the breeding up of hopeful youths" with funds from Edward Hopkins' estate to fulfill John Davenport's wishes to bring a grammar school to New Haven.
The eventual resolution of the case made Harvard College the major beneficiary of the trust, along with the Hopkins School of New Haven, Connecticut, the schools of Cambridge, Massachusetts, and other institutions.

Henry Murphy (architect)

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Graduate Henry Murphy laid out plans for the new campus in 1922, and designed the original Baldwin Hall building in 1925.
Murphy attended the Hopkins School, graduating in 1895.

Walter Camp

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The Walter Camp Athletic Center is named after alumnus Walter Camp, who is credited with inventing American football and later was Yale's football coach.
He attended Hopkins Grammar School in New Haven, entered Yale College in 1875, and graduated in 1880.

John Davenport (minister)

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Hopkins was established "for the breeding up of hopeful youths" with funds from Edward Hopkins' estate to fulfill John Davenport's wishes to bring a grammar school to New Haven.
He was a large proponent of education in his colony and is often credited with the co-founding of Hopkins School.

Michael L. J. Apuzzo

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Born in New Haven, Connecticut where he attended the Hopkins Grammar School, continued his academic studies at Yale College and obtained his medical degree at the Boston University.

Hawley Olmstead

Hawley Olmstead became headmaster in 1839 and ended the line of short-termed schoolmasters as he held the position for ten years.
His health failing he returned to Wilton, and for two years and a half engaged in agricultural pursuits, instructing at the same time a few private pupils He then reopened the Academy, and taught thirteen years, when he removed to New Haven, to take charge of the Hopkins Grammar School.

Henry Baldwin (judge)

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He attended Hopkins School, and received a B.A. at age 17 from Yale College in 1797.

Simeon Eben Baldwin

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As a boy he attended the Hopkins Grammar School in New Haven, Connecticut.

Elisha Cooper

Cooper went to Foote School and Hopkins School in Connecticut.

Nicholas Britell

He graduated from the college preparatory school, Hopkins School, in 1999.

Nicholas Dawidoff

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He graduated from the Hopkins School and attended Harvard University, graduating magna cum laude in 1985 with a degree in history and literature.

Thomas Frederick Davies (father)

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Davies prepared for college at Hopkins Grammar School in New Haven, Connecticut.

Orris S. Ferry

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He attended the Hopkins School, and worked at his father's shoe factory as a boy.

New England Preparatory School Athletic Council

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Hopkins is a member of the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council and the Fairchester Athletic Association.

Roger Sherman Baldwin

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He attended Hopkins School, and entered Yale College at the age of fourteen, and graduated with high honors in 1811.

Josiah Willard Gibbs

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Willard Gibbs was educated at the Hopkins School and entered Yale College in 1854 at the age of 15.

Trey Ellis

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He was born in Washington D.C. and graduated from Hopkins School and Phillips Academy, Andover, where he studied under Alexander Theroux before attending Stanford University, where he was the editor of the Stanford Chaparral and wrote his first novel, Platitudes in a creative writing class taught by Gilbert Sorrentino.

Alexander DiPersia

After attending the Hopkins School in New Haven, he moved to Boston to attend Boston College, where he majored in philosophy.

Benjamin Brewster (bishop)

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After preparation in the Hopkins Grammar School, he graduated with a B.A. in 1882 from Yale University, where he was a member of Skull and Bones, and then he received his B.D. in 1886 from the General Theological Seminary, New York City.

Edward Bouchet

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He attended the New Haven High School from 1866 to 1868 and then Hopkins School from 1868 to 1870, where he was named valedictorian (after graduating first in his class).

William W. Hoppin

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He graduated from the Hopkins School in 1824 and then went to Yale University and Yale Law School.

Edward M. House

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House attended Houston Academy, a school in Bath, England, a prep school in Virginia, and Hopkins Grammar School, New Haven, Connecticut.

James Hillhouse

He attended the Hopkins Grammar School in New Haven, Connecticut and graduated from Yale College in 1773.