The Hill School of Wilmington

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The Hill School of Wilmington is an affiliate of the Hill Center in Durham, NC, which was founded in 1977 and is one of the Southeast's oldest and largest K - 12 schools for high potential students with learning disabilities and/or attention deficit disorder. Over 95% of The Hill Center's high school graduates go on to college, compared to the national rate of 40%. The average student gains full benefits of Hill within 3 years and typically transitions back to his or her school full-time.

Durham's Hill Center has documented its success in several studies, including partnership projects with RTI International.

For further information about the effectiveness of the program, please see study results HERE

Please see our chart of Hill School students' 3 year average of Woodcock Johnson III Achievement Tests HERE.

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