Saint Hilary School is a faith-filled community where children receive a strong ethical and academic foundation allowing them to develop their unique personal and intellectual gifts.
Saint Hilary School offers a Compassionate, Innovative, and Future-Ready Kindergarten through Grade 8 experience which supports our “whole child” educational approach. Our "whole child" philosophy honors and nurtures each child's individual gifts while preparing them in a future-ready community that promotes values such as compassion, empathy, honesty, and faith.
Our students pursue academic excellence through a challenging and engaging curriculum that produces a measurable record of achievement and fully prepares them for secondary school of their choice and beyond. Our graduating classes consistently rank within the top 10% nationally in Math and Language Arts, two of the critical areas measured by the Renaissance Learning Star Assessment.
Our record of academic success is a testament to the dedication of our students, families and teachers. With the support of the larger Saint Hilary Parish, this dynamic and highly engaged community celebrates and nurtures the potential of every student. Each student experiences spiritual growth through opportunities that develop a unique relationship with God, guided by the teachings of the Catholic Faith.
In 2013, Saint Hilary School celebrated 50 years of providing quality education in the Bay Area. Today it is a thriving and exceptional community of students and families from a variety of religious and ethnic backgrounds. Our campus features many recently updated facilities including a new Junior High with state-of-the-art science lab and gymnasium. As an Apple Distinguished School, the administration is committed to the ongoing development of a technologically advanced campus.
Saint Hilary School does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, and national and/or ethnic origin, age, gender or disability in administration of education policies, admission policies, scholarship programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.