Test takers need to arrive at the normal time. Similar to a traditional school day, breakfast will be available in the morning for test takers. 

Non-Testers will have a DELAYED start. Lunch starts at 11:40 a.m. and regular classes start at 12 p.m. 

On testing days, there will be a brown bag lunch service. Limited brown bag lunch options will be available to students who receive or choose to purchase a school lunch. 

Buses will run at their normal times in the AM and PM. If Non-Testers need to ride the bus to school, they will report to the Commons area from 7:40 to 11:40 a.m. for a quiet study hall, then lunch. We suggest making prior arrangements for drop off on this day, if possible.


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Senior Planning Guide for the Class of 2023

Community Conversations

To prepare all students without exception to be Ready for Tomorrow, we must create authentic partnerships with our community.  We want to hear your ideas, thoughts, and opinions about how your schools should approach a changing landscape. That’s why the Hilliard Board of Education created the Community Conversation Program.

How we educate students is changing rapidly.  There are many choices about how schools will look and work as we move forward. These decisions need to be made as a community and with the consideration of many different voices.  We need to understand our residents and build a better relationship between the school district and the community. This demands a different kind of conversation. Sometimes that will mean reaching out to a specific group in our community. Other times, it means defining an issue or topic that demands community input.  There will be board members and district administrators at each conversation.

These will happen quarterly.

  • Tuesday, March 7 – 5:30 pm at the Hub (3859 Main Street, Hilliard)
  • Tuesday, June 13 – 9 am at the Hub
  • Tuesday, September 5 – 5:30 pm at the Hub
  • Tuesday, December 5 – 9 am at Central Office (2140 Atlas Street, Columbus)

The first conversation topic will be Student Achievement.  Please join us to share your voice.

Hilliard Bradley hosted students from all three high schools for an HBCU (Historically Black College/ University) panel discussion. Six HBCU alumni spoke to over 60 students from all three high schools about their experiences in attending an HBCU. Alumni from Howard University, Meharry Medical College, Kentucky State University, and Spellman spoke to the students about how they chose a college and why they chose to attend an HBCU. Students were given the opportunity to ask questions and build connections with the alumni. Students were encouraged and empowered to think of the possibilities after graduation.


No school Wednesday, January 25, 2023

There will be no school on Wednesday, January 25, 2023, due to inclement weather.

All middle school and elementary activities are canceled. The high schools will make a decision later in the day on any activities. The SACC programs are closed as well.

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