Here is a video we did last year explaining the 5th grade capstone project. As more families enter 5th grade this year we thought it would make for a great Throwback Thursday post!
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Ready for Tomorrow . . . you hear it, see it, and read it all the time from your school district. In Hilliard, our Vision is “to ensure that every student is Ready for Tomorrow.”
Ready for Tomorrow isn’t solely an academic vision . . . it is a life vision.
Ready for Tomorrow means we want every student to have a plan; it means each student that graduates from the Hilliard City Schools has the tools, skills, determination, and preparation to succeed in life after high school . . . every single student. Read More
We are pleased to announce we have received information of another student in our district who has received a perfect score on the June ACT. Three other students have also achieved the highest possible composite score of 36.
Darby student Grant Merz joins fellow Darby student Chris Long, and Davidson students Rachel Jakes and Heather Haynes. 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
Hello Hilliard parents and students, I hope you are having a wonderful summer! I was asked if I would be willing share some insight into my experiences of getting into college now that I’ve gotten through the whole application and admission process. So, after giving myself some time to really orient myself and get over some of the more disappointing moments, I want to take some time to give you an honest reflection of how it went, in hopes that you can use some of the information as your family embarks on this same journey. Read More
Two teachers from Hilliard Davidson High school were selected from a nation-wide pool to represent the United States in a hands-on sustainability tour in Germany this summer sponsored by the Goethe-Institute Chicago. Tricia Kershner, National Board Certified biology teacher, and Janet Chapman, German language teacher, recently returned from this once in a lifetime experience. “We were very proud to be one of ten teams of teachers selected. The other teams were from Massachusetts, Texas, Indiana, California, North Dakota, Washington State, and Wisconsin,” said Chapman. Read More
Seventh grade students at Weaver Middle School were able to interact with bionic research during a language arts class. The bionic research is directly connected to the novel Freak the Mighty, being read by all seventh grade middle school students in Hilliard. Lynsay Whelan from Touch Bionics in Columbus demonstrated different bionic prosthesis. The students were able to connect their fictional reading to a real-world application. Empowering students to connect the dots between different curriculums helps prepare them to be Ready for Tomorrow.