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I would first like to thank the community for their continued support of our schools. Although this will be our 6th year in our facility it still looks and feels new.  This is due to the hard work of our maintenance/custodian staff and the financial support of the community to kee...

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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.

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 eight Advanced Placement courses (Calculus, Government, U.S. History, World History, Biology, Economics, Literature and Language. We offer four on-site dual credit courses including: College Algebra, College Trigonometry, Chemistry, and Physics.  We also have a comprehensive Agricultural Education program that provides a solid foundation for a career in the agriculture industry. The Industrial Technology department offers programs in metal and wood fabrication.   Our newest 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 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 complex includes one of the best 8 lane track and field facilities at the high school level in the state.  The complex is also utilized for boys and girls soccer competition.

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!



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MS/HS Parent Teacher Conferences & Hidden in Plain Site through Highland County Health Dept.

Parent Teacher Conferences for the middle school and high school on November 17 from 4-7 PM. Also, the Highland County Health Department will be here that evening to present "Hidden in Plain Site" to educate families on warning signs of drug abuse among teens.

Hillsboro Girls Soccer Advances to District Semi-Final Game

The Hillsboro varsity girls soccer team will be playing in the Southeast District Division II district semi-final game on Thursday, Oct. 27 against Jackson at Logan High School (14470 State Route 328, Logan, OH 43138) at 7:00 PM. The winner of this game will play in the district final game on Saturday, Oct. 29 at 12:00 PM.

All tickets are $6 (no student or senior citizen prices.)

Hillsboro FFA Ag Day

The HIllsboro FFA Chapter held their Annual Ag Day on October 14th at the high school.

Pictured from L to R Ellie Elmore and fourth graders


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Laurel Oaks Students and Parents Using Bus to Laurel Oaks

On Friday October 28, 2016, Hillsboro City Schools are not in session, however, Laurel Oaks is in session. For students using the Hillsboro City Schools bus shuttle to Laurel Oaks campus, the bus will depart Hillsboro Elementary School at 7:30 am and will drop the students off in the afternoon at 3:30 pm. There will be no transportation to/from home on this date.

If you have any questions concerning this, please contact Transportation Supervisor Ron Ward at 937-393-4471.

Picture Retake Days

The picture retake days are as follows:

Hillsboro MS / HS - Thursday, October 27 (forms available in the HS office)

Hillsboro Elementary - Tuesday, November 1 (forms available in the front office)

State FFA Vice President and Reporter visit Hillsboro High School

State FFA Vice President, Meredith Oglesby and State FFA Reporter, Lauren Grover visit Hillsboro High School FFA classes.

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Hillsboro Youth Wrestling

Sign-ups for youth wrestling for grades K-6 will be on Monday, November 14 at 6:30 PM at the Casner Building (by the football field.)

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Staff Waiver Day on Friday, October 28 -- No school for students
HHS Junior Class Selling Christmas Wreaths

This holiday season, help support the HHS Junior Class by purchasing a Christmas wreath. This fundraiser is to benefit the 2017 Junior/Senior Prom.

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Hillsboro City Schools VEX Robotics team unveils 2016-2017 VRC Starstruck robotic teams

The Hillsboro City Schools VEX Robotics teams cordially invite you to witness the unveiling of the 2016-2017 VRC Starstruck student robotic teams. The high school and middle school teams have been working diligently to prepare for this epic moment in robot competition and they are ready to show their stuff.

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Parent Teacher Conferences for Hillsboro Elementary

Parent Teacher Conferences will be held at Hillsboro Elementary on October 25 and November 1 from 4:30-7:30 PM.

National Junior Honor Society to sponsor 2nd Annual Fall Ball for HMS 8th graders

The NJHS will sponsor the 2nd Annual Fall Ball dance for Hillsboro Middle School 8th grade students on November 11 from 6:30-9:00 PM.

Hillsboro FFA Annual Fruit Sale Fundraiser Fruit Sale

Order your fruit, meat & cheese, peanuts, and BBQ from now through November 7, 2016. 

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Hillsboro FFA Hosts Ag Day for Hillsboro Elementary 4th Graders

Hillsboro FFA students hosted Ag Day for 4th grade students of Hillsboro Elementary. Students learn about farm equipment, agriculture, and animals and get to enjoy different stations with ice cream, a petting zoo, and an obstacle course.

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Hillsboro MS/HS Fall Sports Awards Ceremonies

The Hillsboro fall sports awards ceremonies for the middle school and high school are as follows:

Middle School - November 2 at 7:00 PM

High School - November 9 at 7:00 PM

School Board Names New Building

The Hillsboro City Schools Board of Education has acted to name the new weight training center at the HS/MS the "Sam Barnhouse Center" to honor the recently deceased long time Hillsboro educator.

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YMCA after school program for 8th and 9th graders


YMCA after school program for 8th and 9th graders.  HMS/HHS provides transportation to the YMCA and parents/guardians must pick students up at 5:00 pm.  Programs will take place on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.  Students must fill out an application with Mrs. Layne. Some of the activities offered are open gym, open swim, piano lessons, art class, Bible study, guitar lessons, and access to the fitness center.

HMS/HHS students participate in the "Have a Heart, Don't be a Bully" activity

October is anti-bullying month.  HMS/HHS students participated in the "Have a Heart, Don't be a Bully" activity last week.  Students watched a video on bullying and wrote why they choose not to bully on hearts displayed in the building. 

Students, visit to see colleges in your area 10/24-10/29

Students please join us at to check out many of the colleges in your area October 24th to the 29th! Go to the student link on the website to register for the virtual college fair today! During the fair you can log on and search through all the colleges represented. Each booth will include information about the school and offer a chat time to talk with school representatives. Hope to have you join!

Doug Ernst, newest member of Hillsboro City Schools Board of Education

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Free ACT/SAT test prep website

Attention High School Students and parents: Free ACT/SAT test prep website sponsored by the United States Army.  March 2 Success is free and has no obligation.  Register at  Registration is valid for 45 days & and can be extended if needed.

FAFSA Financial Aid Information for Seniors

Seniors and Parents of Seniors: You can now submit the FAFSA as early as October 1st rather than January 1st. It’s best to get the form in early because some financial aid awards are distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis. See your school guidance counselor if you have questions.

2016 Hillsboro FFA 5K

Registration @ 8:00 AM and Race Time @ 9:00 AM on October 29 at Rocky Fork Lake State Park

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2015-2016 yearbooks have arrived

The 2015-2016 yearbooks have arrived. You may pick up your yearbook in the high school office during both high school lunches. If you are picking it up for someone else, you must have the receipt (if they still have it), or you MUST have a signed note stating you have permission to pick up the yearbook.

The 2016-2017 Yearbooks go on sale beginning Sept. 1st
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Fall Sports Schedules

**Schedules are subject to change

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Lady Indians Senior Night

Senior softball players recognized May 6.


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Mark Mrochek of Voya Financial Speaks to Financial Literacy Students

Mark Mrochek, an Investment Advisor Representative with Voya Financial, spoke to the HHS Financial Literacy classes on Wednesday, April 20. The students have been learning about investments and retirement plans and Mr. Mrochek offered some insight into why it's important to plan for your financial future and provided examples of different investment options that young people can consider.

New Vaccination Information for Middle, High School Students

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Hillsboro High School
550 US 62 South
Hillsboro, OH 45133  

Fax: (937) 393-5842