Strength of All Campaign

New Residence Hall

True to its family boarding school heritage, Hill provides a second home for our students and faculty. Our large dormitories and small boarding houses are at the core of the residential experience and become more than a place where students sleep at the end of a busy day. A robust dormitory experience provides students with the opportunity to live alongside friends and faculty members who help them develop lifelong skills to navigate “college, careers, and life.” To ensure the Residential Life program aligns with our family boarding school ideal, Hill will construct a new, state-of-the-art residence hall for students and faculty.

The new residence hall allows the School to utilize our expansive campus to meet the needs of our community. The $22 million project, which will house 48 students and include six faculty residences, includes four distinct houses connected by a large central common room and learning resource center. This much-awaited residential facility will strengthen admission and faculty retention and provide Hill with greater flexibility to renovate existing dormitories without expanding enrollment

The new dormitory will transform the shared experience of students and faculty living and learning together, modeling the true family boarding school experience.John Giannikas P’20’24, Dean of Community of Life