At Saint Hilary School, we believe in the benefit of learning in small groups in the core subjects of Math, Science, and Language Arts. A community of teachers, assistants, specialists, and administrators provides a small teacher/student ratio, which allows for dedicated attention to every student's progress.
More than a third of our talented teachers have their Masters degrees, and all of our core curriculum teachers are accredited. Through a generous parent-supported Fund-a-Need program, our teachers actively participate in ongoing professional development.
Our students participate in ITBS exams in Grade 2 through Grade 8. Teachers use test scores to evaluate each student’s strengths, and adjust the core curriculum to ensure personalized instruction. Test results are shared with parents at first quarter conferences in November.
Working to ensure full success within each student’s capabilities, we are able to facilitate support services as may be necessary. A full-time Reading Specialist is part of the resource staff available to students and their families. We are also able to coordinate and host the services of an Education Therapist for private, one-on-one occupational care, as well as a family counselor who is available weekly.