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About Us



Tim O’Donoghue, Principal

Nubia Barcelo, Counselor

Sara Thede, Counselor

Laszlo Berzsenyi: MS Tools, Edmentum, PE

Todd Bramwell: English 2, World History, English Support

Bob Buckles: Physical/Earth/Life Science

Bertha Cardoza: Art/Computer Graphics

Sarah Chop: Algebra 1, Leadership

Heather Combest: English 4

Erik Eidenmuller: American Government, Economics

Leslie Hastings: English 3, Film Analysis

Greg Jennings: Strength and Conditioning, Geometry

Zach Johnson: Edmentum, US History

Ivan Ramirez: RSP Directed Studies

Kristine Wetzel: TOSA Rep

Hillview High School is designed for students to reasonably accelerate the credit earning process. Hillview addresses the needs of those students who have fallen behind or have otherwise been unsuccessful in the comprehensive high school program. In most cases, the Hillview student is in smaller classes than he would be in the comprehensive high school program.

1. Hillview has a variable credit system. Rule of thumb, for every twelve productive days attended, a student has the opportunity to earn one credit for each class in which he/she is enrolled.

2. Hillview has a positive attendance system: i.e., if the student is absent for any reason, the opportunity for a productive day is lost.

3. Work Experience Credit: A student may receive five credits for every 100 paid work hours (maximum of 10 credits per semester), but the student must be present at school each day for which work credit is claimed. They must also attend a work experience class during lunch twice a week.

4. The Board of Education policy prohibits students less than 16 years of age to attend Hillview High School.

5. An RSP student can be admitted when his IEP clearly states that the student can be successful receiving fewer services than at the comprehensive high school.

6. LEP students must score 3 or above on the Woodcock-Munoz or CELDT test.

7. Students can reasonably expect to earn 35-40 credits in a semester. It is a rare student who earns more than 45 credits in a semester.

8. A student receives the most credit leverage benefit if he attends Hillview for a full year and also attends night school Adult Ed concurrent enrollment.

9. Hillview is a full day program – 8:30 AM to 2:29 PM. In some cases, a student can be granted a 4 period day.

10. Hillview offers a limited number of courses in any one subject area.

11. Hillview’s master schedule has limited flexibility.

12. Hillview students have access to Adult Ed concurrent enrollment.

13. Limited number of elective classes.

14. A student with attendance problems is at more of a risk academically at Hillview than at a comprehensive school.



Algebra 1

Art, General

American Government


English 1 CP

English 2 CP

English 3 CP

English 4 CP

Film Analysis

Informal Geometry

Leadership ASB

Office Aide

Physical Education

ROP Computer Graphics

ROP Microsoft Office

Science, Earth

Science, Life

Science, Physical

Strength and Conditioning

World History

Teacher Aide

U.S. History

Work Experience