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The academic program of The Hill School embodies the quest for “Whatsoever things are true,” our School motto, by providing an excellent liberal arts education rooted in basic skills and knowledge. The Hill School offers an educational experience that emphasizes intellectual discovery while helping students develop a moral framework by which to live their lives. A Hill education ultimately hopes to create a lifetime of learning inspired by intellectual curiosity, moral virtue, and esteem for human excellence.

The “work” of The Hill School is completed through the body of learning processes and experiences through which the young men and women of The Hill grow into well-educated young adults. This growth is accomplished by the experience and knowledge gained through the liberal arts and sciences: thinking critically, writing effectively, speaking forcefully, and solving problems analytically. With this experience, Hill students develop the importance of self-knowledge, individual responsibility, and a duty to others.

Please take a moment to browse our website and learn more about the academic programs offered at The Hill School.

John Dollhopf                                 Jay Spencer '84
Academic Dean                              Director of Studies
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Learn more about The Hill School's academic program by visiting the links below.

2014-15 Course Offerings

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