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I would first like to thank the community for its continued support of our schools. It is hard to believe that we will be beginning our 4th year in our new facility. I am proud to be a part of a great community that supports its schools and st...

-Jason Snively
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Hillsboro High School

550 US 62 S., Hillsboro, OH 45133 * Phone (937) 393-3485 * Fax: (937) 393-5842

"Home of the Indians"


Jason Snively

HHS Principal

Kyle Haines

HHS Asst. Principal



The HHS mission is to create a collaborative learning environment where success is the only option. We realize that this is only possible through the active participation of all stakeholders in the educational process.

The goal of our website is to provide a complete overview of HHS. We want your experience to be informative, instructive, and interesting. We welcome your observations and suggestions to help us improve and enhance your online visit.

HHS, home to over 800 students and 75 certified and classified staff members, is the largest school in Highland County; we offer a wide variety of curricular and extra-curricular activities that challenge our students in multiple ways.

Our broad and comprehensive curriculum makes it possible for HHS students to prepare for the workplace or post-secondary study in many ways. We offer 8 Advanced Placement courses (Calculus, Government, U.S. History, World History, Biology, English 12, Economics and Spanish) and 11 Honors courses (English 9, 10 and 11, Geometry, Algebra II, Advanced Math, Integrated Science I, Biology, Chemistry, World History and American History). We also have a comprehensive Agricultural Education program that provides a solid foundation for a career in the agriculture industry. Our newest vocational program is Project Lead the Way. PLTW is a pre-engineering program that encompasses a highly concentrated math and science curriculum designed to prepare students for the rigors and demands of higher education. Students can also earn benefit from Agricultural Education and PLTW by earning credit towards courses at SSCC if they decide to further their education after high school. Computer programing and technology is also a highlight, as our programs prepare students for all levels of computer literacy. Many of our students participate in summer camps and have placed at the top in competitions. When it comes to Fine Arts we have one of the best band and choral programs in the state. The choir has received recognition and performed several times at the OMEA Conference. The visual arts program is also very successful with many students often receiving recognition for their talent.

The High School offers several activities/organizations for students to be involved in including, NHS, Student Council, FFA and 16 varsity athletics. Athletics include tennis, soccer, cross country, track/field, football, baseball, volleyball, wrestling, golf, softball, basketball, swimming and bowling.. The Athletic Department is also looking forward to the completion of an outdoor athletic facility, which will include an 8 lane all-weather track.

As you navigate our website, you will learn about the Hillsboro Indian community. Whether you are a parent, a student, a community member, or a visitor, we hope that you find our website helpful and useful. I encourage you to contact me or any of our staff members with your questions or suggestions.

Go Indians!

Hillsboro High School

Daily Announcements

Alternatives to Violence Center 3rd Annual
Tea for Tweens, Teens and Queens
will be
Saturday, April 19th, 2014 from 9:30AM-11:30AM
at Hillsboro High School Caferteria
550 US Rt. 62 Hillsboro, Ohio 45133
1st 50 Guests through the doors will receive gift bags of pampering goodies
RSVP: 937 393-8118
This event is free and open to females ages 11 and up.
The event will feature brunch, and activities focused on teen dating violence awarness.
Pampering stations will include massage, hair, nail, waxing and jewelry making.
Don't miss out on many door prizes!
There will also be many vendors set up!!!
Anyone interseted in playing football next school year are encouraged to attend a meeting on Friday, April 11th at the beginning of second lunch in the gym.
April 17th Senior surveys are due. Please turn in to Mrs. Fields in the guidance suite

April 24th - Career Fair for Sophomores

April 26 - PROM

Tickets will be available for purchase starting April 14th- April 25th

The Cost of the tickets are $25.00 each.

Sunday, May 18th - Baccalaureate at 3:30 PM at HHS

(Students wear cap and gown)

Monday, May 12th - May 15th Senior Final Exams

May 20 - Laurel Oaks Graduation

May 25th, Sunday - Class of 2014 Graduation starts at 3:30 PM in the High School Gym

The HHS Journalism Class is collecting Senior 2014 baby photos for a senior farewell presentation. Please submit a baby photo and a senior picture or yearbook photo to Ms. Wilson (Room 2931)
Be sure to label pictures with your contact information so that they can return them.
Smoke Signals a weekly publication in the TIMES GAZATTE needs pictures and articles featuring our students. Submissions may be made to or (937)763-8826
Interested in an ENGRAVED BRICK?
Engraved bricks are now being sold and sponsored by the
After-Prom Committee.
You may pick an order form up from the High School Office if you are interested.
Bricks may be placed by the cupola, track or school entrance.
Lunch INFO 
Lunch Price is $2.50
Reduced Lunch price is $.40
Staff Lunch $3.00

All food is baked not fried.

The FREE Breakfast for students will continue through the 2013-2014 school year!

If you owe a fee and have any questions or concerns, please stop by the High School Office and see Mrs. Juillerat.
Fees can be paid in the HS Office. Please make your check or money orders payable to Hillsboro High School.
Fees can be paid between the hours of 7:00AM - 3:30PM.
All fees must be paid or you will not receive your diploma.

Library fines or books owed to the library need to be returned or paid for in the library.
 From Mr. Robson:
Reminder to all males who are 18 years of age. Federal law requires you to register for selective service within 30 days of your 18th birthday. You can do this online or obtain a registration form at the US Post Office.
Note from Mrs. Juillerat
Students are reminded to purchase their parking passes. Parking pass applications are available in the High School Office. Passes are offered 2 ways, either a one year pass for $5.00 or 2 year pass for $8.00. Students who park on school property at any time during school hours must purchase a pass. No exceptions!

** Additional information regarding the athletic department, please check under the "Announcements" page under the Athletics link. **



Hillsboro Middle School Students Travel to Washington D.C.

Students Learn About National History

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Hillsboro FFA Spring Flower & Vegetable Sale

Hillsboro FFA Greenhouse Management class uses the Greenhouse as a learning lab to raise spring flowers and vegetables.

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Hillsboro Elementary Art Show

Show to be Held May 3

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Hillsboro FFA Announces New Officer Team

The 2014 - 2015 Hillsboro FFA Chapter Officer Team was installed at the annual FFA Banquet. 

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Junior Senior Prom Photos

Photos begin at 5:30

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National Library Week Approaching

April 13-19 celebrates all things library

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Hillsboro High School Prom Information Released

Schedule of events, theme announced

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Summary, Survey Released from Senior Meeting

Survey form available

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Seniors Calendar of Events Released

Listings of dates and times approved for graduation and testing releated events

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Winter Sports Award Ceremonies Planned

Dates set for High School and Middle School ceremonies

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Hillsboro High School releases spring sports schedules
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Hillsboro Middle School Completes Spelling Bee
The Hillsboro Middle School Spelling Bee was held on Friday, Jan. 17.  Eighth grader Alex G. was the champion, seventh grader Chauncey C was the runner up, and Julia J, sixth grade was third.  NCB gave a $50 gift card to Alex and a $25 gift card to Chauncey.

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Frito Lay, Walmart donates to Hillsboro Schools Donation will help with student recognition and incentives program
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Annual College Fair held at Hillsboro High School Students from five neighboring districts also attended
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Boosters donate to support new track

Track under construction at Hillsboro High School

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Autism team holds transition night

Helps students cope with transition to next grade level

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Hillsboro City Schools rated Excellent

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Hillsboro High School
550 US 62 South
Hillsboro, OH 45133  

Fax: (937) 393-5842