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  The HILL School-wide Training and Consultation Model   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-10)
Using this model, HILL faculty help schools develop and implement a strategic plan to build and sustain their capacity to teach reading and writing to all students using a comprehensive literacy approach.
The HILL Model's underlying premise is based on the formation of a partnership between the HILL and partner schools that requires 85% participation of the partner school's administration, faculty, and staff, strong and effective leadership, and a 3- 5 year commitment to change.
HILL provides training and follow-on support to ensure that the teachers have the necessary skills and tools to teach every child to read to his or her potential.
www.mghihp.edu /hill/services/model.html   (460 words)

  
 The Hill School - Peterson's In-Depth Description   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-10)
The Hill School was founded in 1851 by the Reverend Matthew Meigs, LL.D., a Presbyterian minister, and the Meigs family was instrumental in guiding the course of the School for three generations.
The Hill School is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and is a member of the Secondary School Admission Test Board and the National Association of Independent Schools.
In 1997, the Hill School students and faculty members voted to adopt an Honor Code to promote an environment of mutual trust and respect and to uphold the principles of trust, honor, and integrity in all intellectual, athletic, and social pursuits.
www.petersons.com /PSchools/code/IDD.asp?orderLineNum=595365-3&inunId=1065&typeVC=InstVC&sponsor=1   (1985 words)

  
 The Hill School - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Hill School was founded in 1851 by the Revered Matthew Meigs as "The Family Boarding School." The Hill was the first school in the country to have students live with faculty on the school's campus rather than in a boarding house nearby.
The Hill's arch-rival is The Lawrenceville School of Lawrenceville, New Jersey.
Andrew's School in Middletown, Delaware, Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Virginia, The Taft School in Watertown, Connecticut, Hotchkiss School in Lakeville, Connecticut, Deerfield Academy in Deerfield, Massachusetts, Governor Dummer Academy in Byfield, Mass; Westminster School in Simsbury, Connecticut, and Wyoming Seminary College Prep, in Kingston, Pa.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/The_Hill_School   (1040 words)

  
 The Hill School - Sagebrush Corporation
Located in Pottstown Pennsylvania, The Hill School, whose alumni include film director Oliver Stone, statesman James Baker III, and oil tycoon Lamar Hunt, strives to provide a well-rounded education to its 500 students.
Closing in on its 150th year, The Hill School's mission is to prepare students for excellence in school, college, careers, and life.
Students are offered a multitude of computer and programming courses and at The Hill School, students often provide the first line of technical support in the computer labs.
www.sagebrushcorp.com /success/hillschool.cfm   (403 words)

  
 Culpeper County Public Schools - Emerald Hill Elementary School
Emerald Hill Elementary School is located in the northern area of the county.
The mission of the staff, students, and community of Emerald Hill Elementary School is to create a safe and secure learning environment which will meet the individual needs of students so they may achieve the skills necessary for success during their school careers.
The Emerald Hill school mascot is an eagle and the school colors are green and white.
culpeperschools.org /eh   (388 words)

  
 Hill School - Student Review
The two aspects of The Hill School that make it unique are the professors' relationship with the students and the traditions at The Hill.
Whether it be the school newspaper, The Hill News (over 100 years in publication), clubs (anyone can form one), intramural sports (notably a Hill invention called J-Ball!), or community service (for which there are many opportunities, but no requirement for), The Hill School has a wide variety of opportunities.
Hill has dances every couple of weeks with live music or a DJ and they go all out for the formals at the end of the year.
www.boardingschoolreview.com /student_rev/stid/441   (1509 words)

  
 The Hill School - Waldorf Education in New Orleans. Located in Uptown New Orleans, the Hill School offers a Pre-K / ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-10)
We realize that there may be Waldorf families or schools that would like to adopt a family that has lost everything and we will confidentially forward that information to Patrice Maynard at AWSNA so that she can help us begin the healing process.
This year is truly "the" year for the Hill School, just not in the way we could have ever imagined.
AWSNA (the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America, c/o Patrice Maynard, pmaynard@awsna.org) has opened an account to accept your kind donations that will make the difference as to whether we can continue our journey at the Hill School.
www.hillschoolwaldorf.org /message.html   (797 words)

  
 Township of Union Public School District
Set on a spacious ten-acre site, the land on which the school was built is steeped in Revolutionary War history as it is close to the scene of the Battle of Springfield.
Members of the Battle Hill School staff have served on curriculum writing teams, attended inservice and departmental workshops and have implemented instructional, curricular and assessment modifications designed to insure student mastery of these standards.
Battle Hill School and the Union Township Public School System are committed to providing its students with a first class educational experience.
www.twpunionschools.org /battlehill.htm   (632 words)

  
 Linden Hill School, Northfield, Massacchusetts (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab1.tamu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-10)
The school is a nonprofit institution and is governed by an 11 member self-perpetuating Board of Trustees that meets three times annually.
Linden Hill is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and holds memberships in the National Association of Independent Schools, The Independent School Association of Massachusetts, and the Pioneer Valley Independent Schools Association.
The school can accommodate 56 boys during the regular academic year, and 75 co-ed students for the summer program.
www.lindenhs.org.cob-web.org:8888   (302 words)

  
 Raritan - The Most Wired Campus in America: The Hill School   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-10)
In the midst of this "technology revolution", The Hill School was experiencing growing pains in its data center with more servers, limited space and minimal IT staff.
When Bauer arrived in 1998, The Hill School was using Raritan coaxial-based KVM switches in the data center.
With an IT staff stretched to the limit, the most wired school in America needed a KVM solution that was powerful enough to provide access to their growing number of servers, yet easy to set up and administer.
www.raritan.com /solutionctr/sol_ssto_hillschool.aspx   (837 words)

  
 The Hill School - Academics / Laptop computer requirement: FAQs
The Dell order website for The Hill School (click on highlighted text) accommodates orders and a mailer is sent to all families advising them of ordering details and timelines.
The Hill School has worked with Dell to create a purchasing plan that provides both current technology and good value to families.
Generally speaking, the percentage amount of financial aid that a student receives from the School will be applied by the School toward the purchase of a Dell laptop.
www.thehill.org /home/content.asp?id=1168   (1085 words)

  
 Pembroke Hill School
The Village School -  known as the High Street School when it housed grades six through eight – was extensively renovated and became the home for kindergarten and first grade.
The second, third and fourth grades remained at Hill School and the portable classrooms were removed.
The Village and Hill Schools provide a safe and nurturing environment for the children as they begin their formal education.
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 Hill School
The Hill School was built in 1892 to provide both classes and a meeting place for the community.
The rescue and restoration of the Old Hill Schoolhouse was a matter of great pride for both the Art Center and the community.
The Board of Directors for the Lake Minnetonka Environmental School (LMES) have worked diligently since April, 1997 to secure the building as a site for their school, making a firm commitment to raise the funds and do the work to preserve this community treasure for many years to come.
www.ci.orono.mn.us /hill_school.htm   (588 words)

  
 THE HILL SCHOOL   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-10)
Founded in 1851 as “The Family Boarding School,” The Hill may be distinguished from other college preparatory schools by its commitment to sustaining an ideal “family” learning environment.
Indeed, The Hill was the first school in the country to have students live with faculty in their campus home away from home.
While Hill teachers are not substitutes for our students’ families, they take their in loco parentis role seriously, working in partnership with Hill parents.
www.myboardingschool.com /sch/USA/PA/THE+HILL+SCHOOL   (322 words)

  
 Hill School - Boarding School Profile
The Hill School prepares students from across the United States and around the world for excellence in school, college, careers, and life.
The Hill School's rigorous curriculum is founded firmly on the classical and Judeo-Christian traditions that value refinement of thought and fortification of character to liberate and charge the individual with responsibility to the common good.
The Hill School is committed to inculcating those fundamental traditions while developing the practical skills and core knowledge on which further learning must be based, then to leading students to a global perspective on the world and their places in it.
www.boardingschoolreview.com /school_ov/school_id/56   (302 words)

  
 Spring Hill School, A Developing Member of the Associaton of Waldorf Schools of North America
Spring Hill School is an independent school offering preschool through elementary education curricula based on Rudolf Steiner’s educational principles.
Spring Hill formed its initial first grade in 1999, and is adding new classes each year until eighth grade is reached.
Spring Hill School is a non-profit organization, supported by tuition, contributions and voluntary efforts of parents and friends of the school.
www.springhillschool.com   (147 words)

  
 Winsor Hill Elementary School
Winsor Hill Elementary School students are served by a professional staff of 1 administrator, 24 full and part-time faculty, 10 aides and support personnel, 2 custodians, and 1 cook.
Of the 249 students attending this school 86 percent are White, 7 percent are Hispanic, 4 percent are Asian/Pacific Islander, and 3 percent are Black.
It is a school that is committed to improving and reorganizing to better meet the needs of the students it serves.
www.ridoe.net /schoolimprove/salt/visit/repts/winsor_hill.htm   (5282 words)

  
 Pleasant Hill School
Pleasant Hill staff members are all highly qualified and committed to providing each child with the best possible education.
Pleasant Hill students develop and enhance their leadership skills through academics and participation in a variety of club activities, including video technology club, student council, bus helpers, kindergarten helpers, cafeteria crew, and PTA-sponsored clubs.
Pleasant Hill School is a wonderful place for students to learn and grow.
www.ccsd15.net /OurSchools/Elementary/HTML/pleasanthill.html   (382 words)

  
 Oak Hill School
Oak Hill School teachers and support staff have received awards for Outstanding Educator from the Connecticut Association of Private Special Education Facilities; as Exemplary Teacher of the Year from the Department of Mental Retardation; and as Teacher of the Year by the Board of Education and Services for the Blind.
Oak Hill School draws students from many states and is approved as a private special education program by the Connecticut Department of Education.
Oak Hill's residences are licensed by the Connecticut Department of Mental Retardation.
www.ciboakhill.org /education.htm   (565 words)

  
 Home on the Hill, Darlington School
The school originally was housed on the second floor of the old East Rome Fire Hall, then was moved to a building on East Ninth Street before being moved to its new campus in 1923.
Likewise, the uniquely carved mantels of the two downstairs fireplaces were left alone, as was the lovely fanlight over the front door, which holds filmy glass and is apparently very old.
In the stately structure the preparatory school's leaders have received students, parents and alumni from all over the United States and the world.
www.romegeorgia.com /homeonhill.html   (731 words)

  
 Bunker Hill High School: Welcome to "The Hill"
The Bunker Hill International Club dressed in traditional Hmong clothing, Thursday, November 16, in honor of the Hmong New Year which is celebrated during the Thanksgiving season.
Welcome to "The Hill." Located in the foothills of North Carolina, Bunker Hill High School is one of five high schools in the Catawba County School System.
This enables our school to offer a wide array of courses in the vocational areas, academics, fine arts, and physical education.
www.catawba.k12.nc.us /schoolpages/bunkerhill/main.htm   (254 words)

  
 Welcome to the Marble Hill School for International Studies!
The Marble Hill School for International Studies is a small college preparatory school for students interested in foreign languages and international studies.
The mission of Marble Hill School for International Studies is to develop in each student the necessary skills to acquire and apply knowledge.
The Marble Hill School is part of the New Century High Schools Initiative (NCHSI): a vital component of the New Visions organization, which is dedicated to improving the quality of education a child receives in the New York City Public School System.
marblehillschool.org   (655 words)

  
 Oak Hill School - Special Education
Contact Us Our Mission: Oak Hill School is committed to working in partnership with families to inspire children with developmental challenges to become active and passionate learners through an environment that promotes curiosity, flexibility, initiative and closeness to others.
Located in Marin City, California, the Oak Hill School is certified by the California State Department of Education and provides an academic and therapeutic program for children from kindergarten through adolescence.
While the range of disabilities among children at Oak Hill is broad, classroom groupings cluster children with similar academic levels and learning styles.
theoakhillschool.org   (220 words)

  
 Maori Hill School
Maori Hill School is a co-educational state primary school situated in the Northwest of Dunedin, New Zealand.
The school has a number of sports teams that are actively supported by teachers and parents.
Maori Hill School offers the children opportunities to explore the world of information technology with access to up to date learning and support items eg computers, digital cameras, TV, video, fax etc. The school has managed internet access, an intranet in operation and is constantly looking at new ways to provide opportunities for the children.
www.maorihill.school.nz   (308 words)

  
 Science Hill High School
Science Hill is a comprehensive secondary school for grades 8-12 whose staff has made a commitment to continuous growth and improvement.
Through an environment characterized by creativity, inquiry personal responsibility, and cultural awareness, Science Hill High School will graduate students who will be proficient in math, science, language, and written/oral communication, with the ability to problem solve and work in teams in the global community.
Science Hill High School is a member of the Successful Practices Network, sponsored by the International Center for Leadership in Education.
www.jcschools.org /shhs   (402 words)

  
 Union Hill High School
Union Hill High School believes that all students should be given the opportunity to fulfill their potential and to be the best they can be.
Union Hill High School believes that its' goals can be best acheived by immersing students in a print-rich environment in which technology is appropriately integrated.
In turn, the school accepts the responsiblilty of providing appropriate resources and meaningful activities that meet the needs of everyone.
www.uscharterschools.org /cs/schools/view/ces_sp/108   (167 words)

  
 Holland Hill Elementary School   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-10)
Holland Hill Elementary School is an academic community where all members share the responsibility for creating a safe and nurturing environment wherein all individuals are respected and the process of learning as a life-long pursuit is valued.
Goals to improve school and parent communications, and implementing strategies to improve community pride in the school, while enhancing student self esteem and staff morale, are within the long range plan.
The PTA conducts an array of educational and social activities for the school community.
www.fairfield.k12.ct.us /holland_hill_elementary_school.htm   (370 words)

  
 Spring Hill Private School for Gifted Children in Santa Cruz, California
Spring Hill is a private elementary school where the talents of bright and gifted children are recognized, nurtured and developed to their full potential.
The school’s accelerated and enriched curriculum supports academic success and encourages a spirit of inquisitiveness and creativity.
For a real flavor of what Spring Hill has to offer, please pay us a visit to see at first hand our campus, our teachers and, most of all, our students; it is toward their success that we channel our energy and expertise.
www.springhillschool.org   (168 words)

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