Facts & Figures

Hilliard City School District State Report Cards

These are the State Report Cards for the district as well as each individual school.

Report Card for Hilliard City Schools


About 60 square miles in northwest Franklin County, including all of Norwich and Brown townships; part of Washington, Franklin and Prairie townships; the City of Hilliard; part of the cities of Dublin and Columbus; and less than one square mile in Union County.
About 44.85% of students reside in Columbus, 39.48% in Hilliard, 11.49% in the townships and 4.18% in Dublin. (1/2015).

All homeowners are assessed the same rate of school property tax regardless of where they live.

District Population

Organized in the late 1800s and encompassing approximately 60 square miles in and around the city of Hilliard, the district celebrates diversity through its current rapid growth. The Hilliard City School District includes portions of the City of Columbus, the City of Dublin and five surrounding townships. According to 2000 data from the U.S. Bureau of the Census, the under-18 population in the school district grew 111 percent between 1990 and 2000. In 1989, the school district population was 35,896. By the year 2000, our population had jumped to 79,125.


(updated 12/2015)
Overall : 16,090
Preschool Total: 295
Elementary Total: 7,348
Sixth Grade School Total: 1,233
Middle School Total: 2,544
High School Total: 4,965


As the 9th largest school district in the state of Ohio, the Hilliard City School District serves more than 15,700 students in grades K-12, through three high schools, three middle schools, two sixth-grade schools and 14 elementary schools. The district also operates a transportation center, an administration building and a maintenance/resource center.


(updated 12/2015)
Teachers: 1,175
With MA or higher 78.3% K-12
Average Salary: $73,787
Average Years Experience: 13.5 Years

Personalized education is the hallmark of the Hilliard School System. By identifying and responding to that which is unique in each student, dedicated teachers, tutors and support staff enrich the educational experience.

Support Services

School-Age Child Care – School days, 7:00 – 9:00 a.m. and 3:30 – 6:00 p.m.
Kelly Wigg, Director – 771-2267
Busing for students who qualify –
Andi Cunningham, Transportation Coordinator – 921-4700

Hot lunches served in all schools by the Aramark Corporation

Special programs and related services

Gifted Education Specialists and Programs
Title I (Reading) Tutors
Reading Recovery Teachers
Learning Disabilities Tutoring
Chapter II (Math) Tutors
Learning Disabilities Resource Room
Reading Recovery Tutoring
Intervention Assistance Teams
Intervention Teachers
Developmentally Handicapped Units
Supplemental Services Teacher
Multi-handicapped Units
Speech/Language Therapy
Severe Behavior Handicapped Units
School Nurses
Occupational/Physical Therapy
Adapted Physical Education
Preschool Handicapped Program
Elementary Guidance Counselors
Psychological Services
Secondary Guidance Counselors
Literacy Coordinators
Elementary Library Media Specialists
Educational Technologists
Mentoring Programs
Diversity Programs
Student Leadership Programs



District Total Spending Per Pupil FY15 – $11,260
State Average Total Expenditure per Pupil FY15 – $10,466
State data is based on State Department of Education (Division of Computer Services and Statistical Reports) annual cost per pupil publications.
Cost per pupil source: Ohio Department of Education

School Tax Rate

57.510 mills (effective rate, tax year 2013, collection year 2014)