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Class of 2020 on the Road to Graduation

Class of 2020 on the Road to Graduation

Hello again Tiger Nation News. My name is Bronson Borchardt, and I will be your tour guide as we review what is happening in the class of 2020’s road to graduation. ...

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What's New at HHS?

What's New at HHS?

Hillsboro High School has made some progressive changes for the betterment of the student body this year. One of the major changes implemented into the high school was...

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AP Computer Science Principles Course Available Starting 2019-2020

AP Computer Science Principles Course Available Starting 2019-2020

Starting in 2019-2020, Hillsboro High School students will have the option of taking AP Computer Science Principles. This course is a full-year, entry-level course that...

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Events

Mon, Feb 24, 5:30 PM
Mon, Feb 24, 6:00 PM
Wed, Feb 26, 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Wed, Feb 26, 6:00 PM
Thu, Feb 27, 6:00 PM
Fri, Feb 28, 6:00 PM
Mon, Mar 2, 7:00 PM
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Curt Bisarek

Curt Bisarek

about 22 hours ago

We want to thank Deputy Roy Torgerson and Betsie Nachtigal from the Vernon County Sheriff's Department who presented Hillsboro Fourth Graders with their CounterAct graduation certificates! Deputy Torgerson and Hillsboro Chief Pat Clark led students through the program which encourages children to: 🔸Check it out 🔸Talk about the consequences 🔸Suggest a positive alternative 🔸Follow through Students celebrated their program completion with cake & ice cream! #HSDGoTigers view image

Curt Bisarek

Curt Bisarek

2 days ago

Congratulations to the Hillsboro High School Chess Team who won the Royall High School Varsity Chess Tournament, beating two teams and taking home the traveling Rook trophy. Awesome job, team! #HSDGoTigers #TigerProud view image

Curt Bisarek

Curt Bisarek

3 days ago

Congratulations to these young men who have qualified for the state powerlifting meet at the 220, 242, and 275 pound weight classes! Since powerlifting is not a school sponsored sport, the boys are required to pay for all expenses ($115/student). If anyone is interested in donating, please contact Eric Auel at the high school. Any help is greatly appreciated by these Tigers! #HSDGoTigers view image

Curt Bisarek

Curt Bisarek

3 days ago

Early Childhood students are practicing their grocery store skills! They love to shop, check out, and bag the items. They even restock the shelves so they are ready for future shoppers! #HSDGoTigers view image

Hillsboro School District

Hillsboro School District

4 days ago

School District of Hillsboro reminder: There will be no school on Friday, February 21st.

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