beyond the classroom
Our full-service programming provides personal growth opportunities and cultivates self-confidence beyond the boundaries of the classroom or the pages of a book.
in addition to strengthening academic skills
Hill School students can pursue other areas of interest
College & Career Counseling
The goal of Hill School’s College and Career Guidance Office is to help students find the right match for their future pursuits. Each year, sophomore and junior students take the PSAT to prepare them for future college placement exams. During their junior year; Upper School students take a College and Career Class in the spring, junior family conferences are held and students take college entrance exams. By the senior year, students attend college and career classes in the Fall and finalize resumes, essays, and submit college applications.
Throughout the Upper School years, the College and Career Guidance Office provides opportunities for career exploration and the college search by bringing in speakers, organizing college campus tours, coordinating college fair attendance, and providing resources for students to access no matter their destination after Hill School.
Since 2018, the graduating classes of Hill School have received nearly $2 Million collectively in scholarships!
We are proud to say that Hill School students have been accepted to the following schools.
Social Thinking® is a term coined by Michelle Garcia Winner, CCC-SLP and represents a coordinated teaching framework of curriculum, vocabulary, teaching tools and strategies for individuals aged preschool through adult. Learn more at www.socialthinking.com.
Our counselor at Hill School offers weekly social skills groups utilizing Social Thinking® concepts and activities. Students are referred by parents or teachers, and groups are composed according to students’ ages and needs. Parents receive feedback regarding the concepts taught in group as well as ideas for practicing these skills in different settings.
This program, including its teacher or leader, is not affiliated with, nor has it been reviewed, approved, or endorsed by Michelle Garcia Winner and Think Social Publishing, Inc.