Hilliard School’s vision is to ensure every student is Ready for Tomorrow.

But, what does that really mean?

It is more intricate than simple academic performance on a standardized test. School performance can’t be measured by a single letter grade; school performance is complex. We must educate, and cultivate, the whole child providing exposure to the arts, leadership, citizenship, and athletics.

So, in Hilliard, we challenged ourselves to dig deeper.

We Measured Hope.

Propelling us through challenges, overcoming negative experiences, and carrying us over obstacles: Hope. Read More

Career Mentorship Students Tour Hilliard Manufacturing Businesses

Students in the Career Mentorship Program interested in engineering, math and science, were introduced to local manufacturing industries in Hilliard. OhioSemitronics and Pharmaforce opened their doors to introduce our students to manufacturing. The students learned about the work they do for the military and were surprised to learn of the companies around the nation that depend on OhioSemitronics for specialized products, including Disney World. Read More

Darby Students put Wellness First with PE Classes

More than 200 Darby High School students signed up for elective Physical Education classes this year. Teacher and Head Baseball Coach Chris Fugitt says, ” this is important because we are teaching students skills they can take and use in the rest of their lives.” There are two different options, strength and conditioning and the buds class. The buds class uses military fitness concepts to get students into better physical shape. Hilliard City Schools believes in teaching the whole child. Empowering students to be responsible for their own health and wellness prepares them to be Ready for Tomorrow.

Maintenance Help Wanted

Hilliard City Schools is currently seeking candidates for the position of full time Maintenance. The ideal candidate will need previous experience working in a commercial building environment. With a skill set working with: plumbing, flush valves, drain snakes, electrical 480 volt 3 phase, 277 volt lighting, door hardware, closures, panic bars, general carpentry, drywall repair, painting, and welding. Have the ability to lift 50lbs, and not afraid of heights. Candidate will need to be available for after hour snow and ice removal. Must have a valid driver’s license and insurable through the district insurance carrier. Current opening is second shift Monday through Friday. For consideration, please send your cover letter and resume to jobs@hboe.org. Please include “maintenance” in the subject line.

Davidson Students Win Video Contest for Anti Bullying Message

Three Davidson students have won a video contest sponsored by the Central Ohio Education Association and the National Education Association. Maddie Sue Griffin won the individual category and Matt Wayman and Nick Jerger won the small group. The contest was open to all schools that are part of the central district. 40 Davidson students in the Media Arts 2 classes entered work. Empowering students to produce such high quality work prepares them to be Ready for Tomorrow.

Here you can see the winner’s videos.

Maddie Sue Griffin http://vimeo.com/108475496

Nick Jerger and Matt Wayman http://vimeo.com/108456295