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The Hilton Central School District is committed to educating each student for success academically, physically, emotionally, and socially. We develop self-directed, life-long learners who think critically and creatively and function as caring, responsible, productive citizens. We accomplish this by attracting and inspiring high quality educators, administrators and staff, and involving parents, volunteers and community members.

Quest students celebrate an authentic Thanksgiving


A trip to the creek behind Quest Elementary School on Nov. 20 for the annual Quest Feast was like traveling back to the 1600s. The chilly temperatures didn't stop students from demonstrating what life was like back then for the Pilgrims and Native Americans. Displays included the Iroquois government, maple syrup production, animal traps, Pilgrim language, banana bread baking,   - read more -

Students make fresh cranberry sauce, just one of the traditional foods prepared by students and staff for the annual Quest Thanksgiving Feast.

 News & Updates 

HCSD Capital Maintenance & Safety Project 2015 - Vote Tuesday, Dec. 8  Hilton District residents are being asked to vote on a Capital Maintenance & Safety Project that will have zero impact on local property taxes. The $2.65 M project addresses the immediate need to replace the Northwood septic  system. - read more -

Hilton School District seeking applications for Board of Education  The Hilton School District is seeking applicants for a seat on the Board of Education. Board President Daniel Wellington is resigning effective Dec. 31 because he and his family are relocating out of state. Hilton Central School District residents interested in serving on the board can submit a letter of interest and resume to the attention of District Clerk Julie Norris,   - read more -

Grades 7-12 report cards will no longer be mailed home after first quarter; available online only  As noted on the comment section of grade 7-12 students' first quarter report cards, this quarterly report card will be the last one mailed home to all parents. Parents can access student grades through Infinite Campus.   - read more -

Student artwork displayed at NYS Art Teachers Associaton Conference  Art teachers Laurie Steele-Sperber and Ariana D'Angelo displayed Northwood and Village student artwork at the 67th Annual NYS Art Teachers Association Conference from Nov. 20-22 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Rochester. The theme of this year's conference was "Art Equals." Twenty-five schools from around NYS were represented.  -read more-

Merton Williams students celebrate fall and being models of good character  Merton Williams Middle School recently celebrated their Fall Festival, an event to reward students who were seen by their teachers displaying more than one of the International Baccalaureate Learner Profile traits.   - read more -

Boys' soccer team gets well wishes, signs autographs before state tournament  The Hilton Cadet soccer team received the royal treatment as they visited every Hilton school the day before heading to the state tournament in Middletown  - read more -

Northwood’s “Books for Len” celebrates 16th year  Over the past 16 years, the Books for Len event has raised over $20,000 for Northwood Elementary School with the help of the McDonald’s Restaurant on Long Pond and Latta Roads.    - read more -

Eight Hilton Cadets sign to play Division I and II sports  Eight Hilton Cadet student athletes recently signed letters of intent to play NCAA Division I or II athletics.   - read more -

Children's author Grace Lin visits Quest Elementary   Quest Elementary School students had an opportunity to meet Grace Lin, an award-winning author of children's books,   - read more -

IB Biology students work with Brockport grad students to analyze water quality  This fall, students in Maria Vowles IB Biology class worked with graduate students from The College at Brockport to analyze terrestrial environments in order to quantify the impact of invasive species in the area.   - read more -

Hilton School Board names Casey Kosiorek Superintendent  The Hilton Board of Education has selected Casey Kosiorek as the next superintendent of the Hilton Central School District pending formal appointment to the position at the next Board of Education meeting on October 27, 2015. He will step into this role when David Dimbleby retires at the end of this calendar year.   - read more -

Hilton School District seeking hosts for two Chinese language teachers  Beginning in Jan. 2016, the Hilton School District will be participating in the Chinese Guest Teacher Program through the Confucius Institute at the University of Massachusetts Boston.   - read more -


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