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Innovation in the Hilliard City Schools

Revolutionary ideas and experiences that personalize learning to meet the needs of students and our community. This describes the approach Hilliard City Schools takes with innovation. The district will explore what innovation means to students, staff and parents through a series of videos this week. Each video looks at how innovation in Hilliard City Schools is helping every student to be ready for tomorrow.

Community Invited to Dedication of McVey Innovative Learning Center

Community members are invited to the Dedication and Open House of the first educational center of its kind in Central Ohio. The McVey Innovative Learning Center (MILC) offers a variety of cutting edge coursework, experiences and teacher support in a cost-effective manner. Specifically it allows some of the district’s existing programs to be centralized and to expand other options such as after school enrichment, college guidance services and capstone experiences to better meet the needs of today’s students. Read More

Magic – We all Have the Power

“Write the way you talk.”

That was what she said to me, and I never forgot it.

Her name was Nancy Peterson (Mrs. Peterson to the seventh-grade version of me) and in that moment – for me – I felt it: magic.

The light bulb went off; the lesson made sense; my confidence grew. Read More

Message from the Superintendent

Dear Parents,

Today, the Ohio Department of Education will release Local Report Card (LRC) information for districts all across the state. While we are eager to engage with residents about what this data means, it is important to know that no report card or rating system is perfect. Report cards can’t tell the complete story of a student’s educational experience and no single test can ever define the effectiveness of our educators. Read More

Hilliard Schools Continues to Lead the Way with Student Learning

Hilliard City Schools is once again leading the way by demonstrating significant student academic growth on the Ohio Department of Education’s (ODE) Local Report Card (LRC). While the format of the report and certain measurements have again changed this year, Hilliard Schools’ commitment to helping each student thrive in the 21st century remains. Read More

Communicating Where You Are

As a school leader I often hear educators discussing strategies to get parents and the community more involved. This is done because we believe active partnerships between parents, educators and the community create a stronger educational opportunity for students. However, in order for there to be a partnership, all stakeholders must have access to open and authentic communications. Read More