Health Professionals Academy is a 2-year program held at the McVey Innovative Learning Center. It is a year-long course lasting two periods daily. This course is recommended for juniors and seniors with an interest in going into the medical or healthcare field. Project Health Professionals is also available to 8th grade students that have an interest in this career path. Project HPA is a double-block, one semester course. Read More…
Since the opening of the McVey Innovative Learning Center in 2013, courses offered on the Innovative Learning Campus have been organized into four networks: College Jumpstart, Imagination, Personal Success, and Young Professionals. To begin the 2018-19 school year, a new network has been created to meet the needs of our student population and to showcase our commitment to preparing our learners to thrive in a rapidly changing global society.
The Global Network will feature four areas of study: American Sign Language (ASL), Community Action Planning, ELite – English Learners Unite, and German.
Scheduling season is right around the corner and we are excited about the possibilities ahead! Over the next several weeks, we will be utilizing our website to post about the programs offered on the Innovative Learning Campus. We will archive each post on our scheduling information page under the guidance tab and will utilize Twitter as a notification tool for new posts. Read More…
Three students in the Academy VIBE program produced this video as part of the OSBA Standing Up for Public Schools contest. We are very proud of all of the opportunities that we get to offer our students of Hilliard, and this is a wonderful representation of the talent and creativity that many of the possess!
Four students from the ILC’s Academy VIBE class took on the challenge of producing a spot for the 10TV Friday night sports report on September 15th. Dakota Gould, Nick Mammone, David Pease, and Austin Rutherford filmed, edited, and submitted the highlights for the Hilliard Davidson vs Olentangy Liberty football game. David later commented that working against a deadline for an authentic audience “wasn’t the most stressful two hours of his lifetime, but it sure was close.”