Our mission is to empower children who have learning differences with the skills needed to become confident, independent learners.
The Hill School of Wilmington offers a unique half-day academic program for students in grades 1-8 with learning disabilities and/or attention deficit disorder. Our teachers are trained in the evidence-based Hill Center methodology and our program replicates the proven success of The Hill Center (www.hillcenter.org) located in Durham, NC. Our goal is to provide instruction in grades K-12 in the future.
- Our school is modeled after one of the Southeast's oldest and largest schools for students with learning disabilities and/or attention deficit disorder.
- As an affiliate of the Hill Center in Durham, we provide an intensive remediation program, enabling students to achieve at a level corresponding to their intellectual ability. Our program is modeled after a proven track record of success for students with learning differences. Over 95% of the Hill Center's students go on to college in comparison to the 40% national average.
- Students attend the half-day school from 8:00-11:00 or 12:00-3:00 and spend the rest of their day at their base school.
- A 4:1 student/faculty ratio allows close student-teacher interaction.
- Research-based, multisensory structured language methodology is used to focus on reading, written language, and math. Our program is based on the Orton-Gillingham approach.
- Teachers are certified through The Hill Center by the International Multisensory Structured Language Education Council (IMSLEC).
- Member of the: Learning Disabilities Association of America (LDA); Council for Exceptional Children (CEC); and International Dyslexia Association (IDA).
News & Events
- Technology workshop registration now open!
- Posted Feb 16, 2017
- Register today for our "Technology Tools that Support Students" workshop! read »
- Great turnout for February Workshop!
- Posted Feb 20, 2017
- "You know its good when 1 1/2 hours seems like only a few minutes" read »
- Read what our parents are saying!
- Posted Feb 02, 2017
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