Hilliard Davidson High School is a four-year comprehensive, public high school with a diverse population of 1,709 students. The school is fully accredited by the State of Ohio Department of Education. School is in session 176 days a year, which is divided into two semesters with nine-week grading periods. Class periods are 48 minutes in length. Hilliard Davidson High School has 119 certificated professional staff. Of the certificated staff, 98 have earned a Masters Degree or above.
Hilliard is a suburban, residential community located northwest of Columbus, Ohio. The community is one of the fastest growing in the State of Ohio. As a result, a large percentage of students are college bound. The majority of the school district’s 87,000 residents are business, professional and blue-collar people.
Hilliard Davidson High School is dedicated to providing its students with a rigorous and extensive academic experience. We believe the best education is the result of a strong partnership between parents, teachers, and community members, and taking an interest in your child’s school is a first step to becoming an active part in our educational community. At Davidson High School, we are proud of our strong academic, fine arts, and athletic programs. We encourage you to carefully navigate through the website to learn more about the great things happening in our building. You’ll find we’re a school that is home to a myriad of courses, clubs, teams, activities, and events designed to best meet the needs of all Davidson High School students.
The curriculum at Hilliard Davidson High School is comprehensive, including Advanced Placement, college prep, occupational, vocational, and adjustment programs. Twenty-one and one-half credits are required for graduation and must include:
|English – 4 credits||Mathematics – 4 credits (must include Alg 2 or Honors Alg 2)|
|U.S. Government – 1 credit||Science – 3 credits (1 credit Biology; 1 credit Physical Science)|
|U.S. History – 1 credit||Health – .5 credit|
|World Studies – 1 credit||Physical Education – .5 credit|
|Financial Literacy Elective – .5 credit||Information & Communication Tech 21 – .5 credit|
|Senior Capstone – .5 credit||Additional Electives – 5 credits|
Number of students tested: 404
Number of tests administered: 745
Percentage with a score of 3 or better: 68.4%
Courses are offered in Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Computer Science, English Language and Composition, English Literature and Composition, European History, French, German, Physics, Psychology, Spanish, Statistics, U.S. Government & Politics and U.S. History. AP courses are graded on a 5.0 scale.
Opportunities are available in Algebra 2, American Literature, Biology, Chamber Orchestra, Chemistry, Choir 400, English 9 and 10, Pre-Calculus, Science 9, Wind Ensemble, and World Studies. Honors courses are graded on a 4.5 scale.
College Credit Plus
The state sponsored dual enrollment option is available to all student who meet the requirements of respective post secondary institutions.
130 students taking College Credit Plus courses earning a total of 1081 credit hours.
Hilliard Davidson is a proud participant of the Project Lead the Way program. Courses offered include: Intro to Engineering Design, Digital Electronics, Women in Engineering, Principles in Engineering, Engineering Design & Development.
The Hilliard City School District offers a variety of online course offerings as an enhancement to course offerings in the traditional classroom through the Hilliard City Schools’ Canvas. All courses offered through the Hilliard City Schools’ Canvas will be recognized for required and/or elective graduation credit.
Class rank and grade point averages are based upon final grades earned in all graded subjects using a 4-point scale. The numerical grade scale is as follows: A = 90-100; B = 80-89; C = 70-79; D = 60-69; F = 59 and below. Grade Point Average is based on final grades in all graded subjects using the following scales:
College Entrance Exam Information
SCHOLASTIC APTITUDE TEST (SAT)
Overall Mean Scores
Critical Reading: 539
AMERICAN COLLEGE TEST (ACT)
Average ACT Score
Composite Average: 22.9
POST HIGH SCHOOL PLANS – CLASS OF 2016
Number of graduates: 424
Post Secondary Education: 87%
Four-year colleges and universities: 60%
Trade, Business, Technical, Community and Jr. College: 27%
Employment, Military, undecided: 13%
HIGH SCHOOL VISITATIONS
Colleges and universities are cordially invited to visit Hilliard Davidson High School. A two-week advance notice is appreciated. All inquiries should be sent to: Hilliard Davidson High School, 5100 Davidson Road, Hilliard, OH 43026, or call (614) 921-7220.
|Erica O’Keeffe||12th Grade Principal|
|Brian Moore||11th Grade Principal|
|Lauren Schmidt||10th Grade Principal|
|Jeremey Scally||9th Grade Principal|
|A to El||Janet Sohl||Tom Woodford – District College Counselor|
|Em to Lei||Liz Thiel||Lee Wirick – Career Counselor|
|Lej to R||Tony Odenweller|
|S to Z||Jeffrey Cadwallader|