Hopkins Early Childhood Center

Growing and Learning through Play

Aberdeen Early Childhood Programs

The Hopkins Building, built in 1956, was originally designed as a Junior High School. Today, it continues as a vibrant center of learning for children and families in the Aberdeen School District. Through the years the building has been used for a variety of programs within the school district. Now it is home to:


  • Early Childhood Evaluation Center
  • Two developmental preschool classrooms
  • Three four-year-old Pre-K classrooms
  • Birth to Three year old developmental services
  • Snug Harbor Child Care
  • Early Childhood Education Assistance Program (ECEAP)
  • COPE Teen Parent Program
  • Harbor High School
In addition to services offered at Hopkins, Pre-K classrooms are also available at Stevens Elementary, Robert Gray Elementary, and A.J. West Elementary.