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Hill School, The

Life-changing experiences happen every day at Hill. Rooted in a strong legacy of liberal arts, our curriculum challenges students with authentic learning opportunities.


860 Beech St., Pottstown, PA 19464 United States
Phone Number: 610-326-1000
Category: Independent School
School E-mail: kmarburger@thehill.org
Facilitator name: Jennifer Bechtel
Facilitator e-mail: jbechtel@thehill.org
Listing updated: 2011-2012,2012-2013,2015-2016
Open House Dates: Oct. 26, 2019
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. www.thehill.org/fallopenhouse

Additional Information

School State: PA
School County: Montgomery
Gender: Coed
Grades of School: 9-12
Students per teacher: 8:1
Tuition: $42,370 (Day), $61,410 (Boarding)
Financial aid offered?: Yes
College prep: # of AP/Honors/IB courses offered: 42 college-Level (AP or beyond), and 35 honors courses
World languages taught and year in which instruction begins: Arabic-9; Chinese-9; French-9; Greek-9; Latin-9; Spanish-9
Extracurricular Activities: Community service, Instrumental music, Instrumental/Choral Music, Performing arts, Sports, Visual arts, Vocal music
Specific Extracurricular programs: Community service, instrumental and vocal music, athletics, visual and performing arts, student government, speech and debate, media arts, recording studio, theatre tech
School climate (what are you known for?): Academic rigor
Some special needs accommodated: Yes
Summer program?: No
Which Survey?: High School Private
High School Specifics: Only at The Hill do we aspire to be the nation’s most traditional and most innovative independent school. Our students are both challenged by liberal arts courses and encouraged to explore new interests in areas such as engineering, advanced economics, computer science, and robotics. Hill students live and learn in a close-knit community with classmates and teachers who become their second family at a place which feels like a home away from home.
HS Short Description: Coed boarding & day school provides excellent liberal arts education, innovative teaching, breadth and depth through AP and honors courses, meaningful co-curricular programming, 31 varsity sports teams.