Hill Regional Career High School
Grade Levels: 9- 12
School Population: approx. 700
Hours: 7:45 AM to 2:15 PM
Click to visit school's web site: http://www.careerhighschool.org
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The mission of Hill Regional Career High School is to prepare all of our students to become productive members of their own community and a global society by providing an educational environment that establishes rigorous standards of academic performance with a focus on health and business. We encourage students to maximize their potential by promoting critical and creative thinking, developing technological competence and fostering respect for a diverse and changing world. These goals are the shared responsibility and commitment of the staff, faculty, students, parents and community.
A student who graduates from Hill Regional Career Magnet High School will be
- Access and analyze a variety of sources of information.
- Communicate clearly and listen actively.
- Fulfill his or her civic duty and be a leader within his/her community.
- Think critically and solve problems.
- Leverage technology in support of skills.
- Be morally, ethically, and socially aware.
- Be resilient and persistent.
- Develop career readiness skills through authentic experiences
- Knowing the whole child allows us to identify, recognize, and counteract
the barriers that inhibit success.
- Students of all backgrounds are capable of academic and personal growth.
- Collective responsibility is integral to success in preparing our students.
- Teaching and learning require self-discipline, commitment, persistence,
- Excellence requires self-reflection and risk-taking
Beliefs About Learning.
- Learning requires students to have self-discipline, commitment,
persistence, and accountability.
- Students of all backgrounds are capable of academic and personal growth
which can be nurtured and recognized in the school environment.
- Learners deepen their understanding when provided with the opportunity
to solve authentic problems and when they engage in critical thinking.
- The school environment must be a safe place physically and emotionally,
and must foster respect, trust, and academic risk-taking so as to support
student well-being and growth.
- Learning is valuable in itself. It prepares students for success in higher
education, career, and life.