The Hill School is an independent co-educational day school founded in 1926. It is located on a one hundred and thirty-seven acre campus overlooking the historic town of Middleburg, Virginia. Hill School serves students in Junior Kindergarten through eighth grade.
The Hill School’s campus consists of three classroom buildings, an administrative building and library, a performing arts center, an art building, a music and lunchroom building, an athletic center, and a natural science center. The campus also includes five athletic fields, a one mile jogging trail, an outdoor amphitheater, a pond, wetlands, meadows and woods, gardens, and an arboretum.
The goal of a Hill School education is to build character, self-confidence, and scholarship through academic and co-curricular excellence, individualized attention, and a strong sense of community.
Hill School seeks to create an educational experience defined by the three core values of Community, Character, and Competence by:
- Creating and sustaining a community which connects the student, the family, and the faculty.
- Educating the whole child: intellectually, socially, emotionally, and physically.
- Engaging all students at an appropriate level of challenge in both the academic and co-curricular programs.
- Preparing each student for success in high school.
- Providing the conditions to help each child build the foundation for a successful adult life.
- Contributing to the local and larger community in meaningful ways.