The admissions procedure is designed to identify students having average to above-average intelligence who will benefit most from Hill School’s specialized curriculum. Admission decisions are made based on different pieces of information: psycho-educational evaluations; previous school records; and observations by teachers on required days of student visitation. A potential student must have been tested with an individual intelligence test, preferably the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children Fourth Edition (WISC-IV) or Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) or the Woodcock Johnson Cognitive (WJ-Cog), within the last three years and with an educational achievement test within the last year. Additional diagnostic and psychological testing may be required.
We accept students on a rolling basis. If your child’s school year is off to a rocky start, and you’d like to consider making a move even after the school year has begun, please let us know.
Please submit an online inquiry to receive more information from Hill School.
Mrs. Linda Sherlock, Hill School Director of Enrollment Management