This is Hill

Voices of Hill
Ms. Jennifer Kokoska

By engaging with students in the classroom, in the pool, and in the dorm, I can explore and cultivate their strengths together, leading to stronger trust and brighter light bulb moments!

  • George D. Senter Chair of Mathematics
Sean '21

One of the key factors in finding personal happiness is surrounding yourself with people who care for you; The Hill genuinely is a place where everyone cares for each student.

  • New York, N.Y.
Patrick Lake, Ph.D.

There is a sense of community here, a belief in educating the whole person, and I make it my conscious mission to get the very best out of my students on a daily basis, whether we are studying the works of past geniuses, running a workout, or sorting out an everyday moral dilemma.

  • Chair of the Classics Department
Sasjha '21

I love Hill because of its close-knit, supportive community. I can truly say that I feel at home here. Everyone - students and faculty alike - are so nice and welcoming. They all genuinely care about you and your wellbeing.

  • Los Angeles, Calif.


Honor Courses Offered


Advanced Placement Courses Offered


Student-to-Teacher Ratio
Location in Pottstown close to Philadelphia, N.Y.C., and D.C. allows for unlimited cultural possibilities, classroom learning experiences, and weekend activities.
Traditions include family-style seated meals, twice-weekly nondenominational Chapel services, and a formal dress code.
Our 525 students are from 31 states and 31 countries.
31 interscholastic sports programs; 9 instrumental and vocal ensembles; and 3 theatrical productions per year.
We have small faculty-student adviser groups.
The Shirley Quadrivium Center - where Engineering, Science, Math, and Technology meet - is Hill's new transformational STEM facility. The Quadrivium opened on August 24, 2020.
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Chapel Talks

Attending Chapel is one of The Hill’s most treasured traditions. Each week, sixth formers and faculty offer the community the most inspiring, reflective, insightful, and sometimes comedic talks.