Several band students from our three middle schools attended the Capital University Winds and Percussion Camp. While at camp the students became better musicians and met students from around the state who share their enthusiasm for music. They took part in a comprehensive day camp for woodwind, brass and percussion students designed to assist in the improvement of performance skills that relate directly to the positive experiences of playing in a large ensemble. Read More
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Two Hilliard High School students achieved the highest possible composite score of 36 on the ACT college admission and placement exam this spring.
Darby student Chris Long, a rising junior, and Davidson student Heather Haynes, a rising senior, both accomplished this outstanding score. On average, less than one-tenth of one percent of students who take the ACT earns the top score. The composite ACT score is the average between four tests, English, mathematics, reading and science. Read More
As Olaf reminds us . . . “the summer breeze blows away a winter storm” . . . we are in the midst enjoying the summer sun, family vacations, and “just letting off steam.”
Well . . . at least many of the children are letting off steam. I am hopeful that as adults we take some time to enjoy the longer days, find time for much needed rest and relaxation, and find time to reflect and recharge. Read More
In Hilliard City Schools, we believe that blended learning should create an environment where students and teachers learn and teach more effectively. In order to have a successful roll out of our One2One program our teachers have been spending time in the classrooms. They are learning best practices for using iPads in classes for instruction every day. Empowering teachers to be the best they can be creates environments for our students to become Ready for Tomorrow.
Hilliard City Schools is once again proud to host the Ohio Innovative Learning Environments Conference. This is one of the most unique and inspiring conferences available for our teachers and administrators, as well as those from all across the state. Those who attend will gain valuable insights into innovative educational practices and incorporate new ideas into their classrooms, schools or districts! Read More
For three weeks this summer eight Hilliard students will attend Kenyon College. There are a total of 35 student from across the United States participating in the program, and eight are from right here. For some of the students this is the second year in the program, they will receive college credit for their course work. The other students, attending for the first time, will get to experience life on a college campus. This opportunity will open doors for these students and help prepare them to be Ready for Tomorrow.