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Hilliard Davidson High School is a public school in Hilliard, OH. It has 1,744 students in grades 9-12. Students score above average on state standardized tests. There have been 145 reviews written and they have been mostly positive.

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High School Senior

On Teachers: Teachers at my school are the absolute best. They always make sure they are helping every student to the best of their ability. They take time to answer individual questions and really work with students one on one. As long as you ask ahead of time, most teachers are available outside of school and are willing to work with you on whatever you need. Teachers are very encouraging and they try to get all of their students invovled in something other than just academics. Although that is the most important part, you want to be a well rounded student and be able to show colleges that you are capable of doing more than just getting good grades. All the teachers grade differently but all of their ways are consistent within that class and with that teacher.

High School Senior

On Academics: Teachers, including guidance counselors, really make sure to inform and lead the students to help and direct them as to which classes they should be taking. I personally like to take the harder classes such as honors classes and advanced placement courses. Because those classes are so much harder and require a lot more work than the regular classes, I feel that I am being prepared for college and I am even earning college credits by taking the advanced placement classes and the test. I have to work a lot harder than other students but that is because I am capable of pushing myself. Some students who only want to do the bare minimum are just fine taking regular classes and if they put in a little bit of work they will be sucessful in those classes. My school offers classes that everyone is interested in and there is a wide range of classes to chose from when making your schedule. If you do not want a lot of work and you do not want to try that hard then do not enroll in advanced placement or honors classes.

High School Senior

On Sports & Fitness: Everyone is involved in physical activity in some way at my school. If you do not play a sport and do not participate in the band then you are forced to take a phsyical education class where students go through physical workouts and training and do things like archery and rugby. However if you play a sport or are in the band, the administration feels that you are already getting a lot of physical activity and so they open up a period to those students to have another class or a study hall. Our school has the best school spirit around. Students attend all school sporting events and we have a theme night for everyone. We also have a tail gate and we sell school spirit clothing and other items during the week of the event. I love being able to be apart of my schools sporting events.

High School Senior

On Administration & Policies: The number one thing that I dislike the most about my school is the bathroom policy. We have a 15-15 rule which states that during the first and last 15 minutes of class you are not allowed to leave the classroom. They do this to try and keep the hallways clear of students but during the middle 15 minutes of class when I am allowed to go to the bathroom is usually when the most important things are being taught. It is right in the middle of class and I can not control when I have to go to the bathroom. I think that students should be allowed to use the restroom when they need to go. If issues occur then that student and that student only should be deprived of their bathroom privlages.

High School Senior

On Food: The worst part about my school is our food. The cooks try to make things healthy but in reality all they are doing are make the food taste like cardboard. Some of my friends really enjoy the food and love most options that we have, but among other students, including myself, I prefer to pack my lunch everyday and hardly ever buy lunch at my school. The snacks at my school are better than the lunches. We have granola bars and kettle cooked chips and other healthier options. There is somewhat of a variety of food, but for the most part what you see is what you get.


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Hilliard Davidson High School is a public school in Hilliard, OH. It has 1,744 students in grades 9-12. Students score above average on state standardized tests. There have been 145 reviews written and they have been mostly positive.

🔖 About the Academics See more in Academics ...

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Test Performance

Hilliard Davidson High School performed better than 77% of other schools on Ohio math and reading standardized tests.

Average standardized
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Based on 10 students surveyed


Based on 29 students surveyed
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🏦 Where Students Go See more in Educational Outcomes ...

Student Polls

What are the best things about this school?     Based on 5 responses

  • 44% Academic diversity
  • 33% School spirit
  • 22% After-School activities

If you could do it all over again, would you still want to go to this school?     Based on 14 responses

  • 79% Yes
  • 21% Not sure.
  • 0% No

What one thing distinguishes this school from other schools?     Based on 6 responses

  • 67% There is a place for everyone to feel at home
  • 17% When it comes down to it, we care about each other
  • 17% Sports

What is the most helpful tip for a student to know before coming to this school?     Based on 6 responses

  • 100% Get involved

About the Students More in Student Culture & Diversity ...

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