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Hillsdale Academy

Private | K-12 | 10 students

We are best known for Devotion to the Liberal Arts.

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Situated in a small town neighborhood. The median home value is $56,000. The average monthly rent for a 2 bedroom apartment is $652.

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Posted February 20, 2014

My second child is getting ready to graduate from Hillsdale Academy. I couldn't recommend this school more highly! The faculty is outstanding, and the curriculum relevant and challenging. Where other schools "teach to the book", Hillsdale Academy, teaches to the student. Character building is as much part of the experience, as scholarly learning is. We are blessed to have this educational institution as an option, in the shadow of Hillsdale College. As my daughter choses which college to attend in the fall, her ACT score of 32, ensures she will have more than enough offers to chose from. Thank you Hillsdale Academy for all you do, and all you are!
—Submitted by a parent


Posted January 16, 2014

My children, ages 10 & 12, were offered spots in their respective grades for the 2013-2014 school year. We had previously attended a catholic private school in Ann Arbor which I felt was academically challenging, however, we now have seen what exceptional curriculum really entails. Hillsdale Academy is everything we ever dreamed it would be and the teachers and staff have supported us in every way during our transition to the school. We have high expectations for our boys' education as we only have one chance, but Hillsdale Academy has exceeded our standards in every way.
—Submitted by a parent


Posted October 14, 2013

Amazing curriculum-even the art program here is classical and traditional! Great teachers who really know what they are teaching too. The kids here are kind and friendly. Wish my kids had started here when they were younger!
—Submitted by a parent


Posted September 18, 2013

A school that truly challenges a student to achieve to the best of their ability and truly prepares them for college. My child was finally able to transfer from the highest rated local public school in 7th grade (HA almost doubles class size for 7-12 grades) Although my child was in the 95% nationally on the Iowa tests in math, yet my child was one and a half (1 ) years behind his classmates who had attended K-6 at HA, caught up by grade 8. My child is currently in third year at a great university in a science degree program and on the Dean s list As far as "parent groups" soliciting reviews, those same parents they solicited could also have written negative reviews (which a few did). I am sure most other schools also solicit positive reviews likely at taxpayer expense. The high number of reviews by HA parents is Indicative of the high parent involvement at HA. This is an unsolicited review, we were never asked to submit a review while my son was attending HA or after.
—Submitted by a parent


Posted August 13, 2013

One of my children graduated from Hillsdale Academy a few years ago, and went on to Hillsdale College. I could not be more pleased with the preparation for a great college she received at a great school. The teachers at the academy are of course knowledgeable; they also lead the students to commit to learning, both in the primary and elementary grades and in the high school. When I've visited the academy, I've admired the atmosphere, an atmosphere that must communicate to any new student the notion, unusual these days, that hard work produces joy. There's a splendid sense of community, of shared purpose. The college guidance is excellent; nothing is left to chance. I cannot honestly rate the academy as to parent involvement, as I was an out-of-town parent, myself. However, it seems impossible that a school could be so good without a lot of it.
—Submitted by a parent


Posted October 1, 2011

I am a former student and I am now at University of Michigan. If I hadn't gone to the Academy I would not have gotten into this excellent school. I'm not going to talk about all the test scores and statistics because academics is not the only thing this school focuses on. Community, respect, responsibility and hard work are just a few of the values they teach. We don't have AP classes but you can take college classes at Hillsdale College which, to be perfectly honest, looks a lot better on a resume than AP classes. I loved my time there and I attribute a lot of my success to the Academy.


Posted July 29, 2011

I was asked to participate in this survey by another parent but no talking points were ever given or suggested.. Why do people want to be so negative about a great school? We are very happy.
—Submitted by a parent


Posted May 29, 2011

This school is so insecure, that they have actively recruited parents to post on Great Schools.... yes I was a past parent and I got e-mail from the parent group... including the talking points (and note how many of the reviews are similar as well as how clustered in dates some of them are). So so transparent. And this school has 68+ reviews when other schools in the district are lucky to have 5? Go figure... Listen, it is what it is, and I would pay attention to the lower scoring reviews. As to the comment someone made about teaching certificates.... and it not being a requirement under Michigan law that private school teachers have them, very true. However, if this is someones career... teaching.. you'd think they would get whatever certificate they could, even if it might not be that relevant. It's a matter of pride. One need only look at the teacher list at this school, and cross reference it with the professor list at Hillsdale College... many spouses are offered jobs at the Academy as a spiff to the other spouse hiring in at the college. In an area that has been devastated by Michigan's economic downturn, this is a better one, but one could do much better elsewhere.
—Submitted by a parent


Posted May 20, 2011

This school serves as a model for over three hundred academic institutions across the nation. Both private and charter schools use the Hillsdale Academy Reference Guides as the foundation for their school culture and curriculum. The Academy has produced dozens of National Merit competitors, is ranked among the top three Michigan high schools (800 in all) on the ACT, is ranked in the top five percent of schools across the nation on the Iowa Test of Basic Skills and has sent students to study at Harvard, Princeton, UPenn, UNC, Notre Dame, University of Chicago, University of Michigan, as well as Hillsdale College and many other top colleges and universities. The school has a fine athletic program which has produced excellent athletes and an impressive array of conference, district, regional and state championships. The Arts are strong at the school, and growing. The Drama Club, the Orchestra, and the Art classes are all quite good. This school is not for everyone. However, if a family is willing to see their child work hard and prepare for the life of a productive, independent, and patriotic citizen then this is the school to attend.
—Submitted by a parent


Posted April 10, 2011

Challenging curriculum, excellent teachers and strong administrative leadership. As a college prep school, there is no better in our area. Of particular interest is the ability to do what is right and not be bound by the state or federal government.
—Submitted by a parent


Posted March 16, 2011

HA is doing what schools are supposed to do - educate children. It teaches them how to learn, write and think for themselves. Its liberal arts curriculum emphasizes the basics in grade school. The high school has no designated AP classes because all classes are at that level. Sports are limited. A small school cannot support multiple teams in the same season. They have chosen a few sports and do them well with good coaching and school support. Other activities surround the fine arts; vocal and instrumental music, and drama. There's chess club, French club, quiz bowl, NHS and DOGS, yearbook, newspaper and student council. All students are able to become intimately involved in many activities simply because there's lots to do and so few students. Being involved is the normal state of existence. The strong school traditions are fun, involving the whole school community. The seniors don't go to Florida. Instead, the entire junior/senior classes go to Greece and Italy. The excellent education combined with the opportunity to participate in so many groups/activities with the strong support of staff/parents, provides students with an education that prepares them for college and life.
—Submitted by a parent


Posted September 30, 2010

excellent school, a well-thought-out curriculum and caring teachers and administrators. as for teachers without teaching certificates--give me a break! our family would go out of its way to avoid having our children taught by anyone with a degree from a teacher's college--institutions which are beholden to teacher unions and a point of view promoting universal mediocrity.
—Submitted by a parent


Posted July 8, 2010

One of my advanced degrees is a Ph.D. in Curriculum Development and Instruction with a Ph.D. Cognate in Educational Program Evaluation. I was a K-12 public School Board Vice President during two terms; a long time member of the Hillsdale County ISD Countywide Executive Advisory Council; I was very active with the Hillsdale County K-12 Public School Educational Initiative; and, supervisor of many of the NCA and State of Michigan accreditation and evaluation teams that have performed intensive evaluations of public K-12 schools in Hillsdale, Lenawee, Jackson, Calhoun, and Branch counties. The Hillsdale Academy environment, teachers, management, parents, curriculum, non-academic offerings, personality and citizenship development, and goals/mission are at least one head above the public K-12 schools. The integrity and commitment of the Hillsdale Academy is unmatched. I continue to evaluate K-12 schools and Hillsdale Academy clearly has a more robust, stimulating, challenging, and preparatory curriculum and environment. Dr. Lonnie Robinson
—Submitted by a parent


Posted June 13, 2010

What can I say about this school? My son entered the Academy and they took him under their wing. His life was completely turned around. He is involved in sports and he gets wonderful grades because he is motivated to go to college and become a professional. He has a lot of friends and really enjoys the school. Even though many teachers have Doctorate degrees or about to receive it; the teachers may be "unqualified" by the State s standards--however--he received a 27 on his ACT far above the county average. He feels he is ready for college. Therefore, in my eyes--the Academy teachers are highly qualified. Also, as a parent-I have noticed there is not much dating; instead chaperoned group outings or at a home where parents are present, a blessing. Strong Academics and the student s future is the focus, however the students are well rounded as they have many opportunities for sports, Drama, speech, etc. We are grateful for the opportunity our son has had.
—Submitted by a parent


Posted June 12, 2010

Before coming to the Hillsdale Academy our kids attended one of the highest rated public school systems in the nation (not in Michigan). In that school there were some of the most talented teachers I have ever seen. Some of the teachers at the academy are every bit as good though not all are. This was also the case at our former school. The real difference at the academy is the curriculum and the culture of the place. At the academy the culture is one of respect. At the other school there was mockery and contempt toward the founders of our country, western civilization, and anything to be construed as judeo christian heritage. The academy focuses on training kids how to think based on knowledge learned about the development of western civilization from Rome until the present and by studying the classical literary works.
—Submitted by a parent


Posted June 11, 2010

Hillsdale Academy has what is lacking in many schools today - a culture that fosters a love of learning and respect for self, others and elders, while still allowing kids to be kids. It is a nurturing environment with high academic standards and expectations that promotes excellence.
—Submitted by a parent


Posted June 7, 2010

sorry posted a comment on wrong school I am a mother with special need child.
—Submitted by a parent


Posted May 28, 2010

Interesting to read the parent reviews. Even more interesting to note that most were written within a few days of each other. A little stuffing of the ballot box? Hmmm, were they actually written by parents? Did the parents' organization get together and decide to oomph the PR? What a disappointment this school was, and what a poor environment in terms of girl bullying. Interesting that none of the parent reviews mentioned that, although it was a problem across may of the graduating classes. Add that to the poor administration and unqualified teaching staff and all you really have is a fancy box with good advertising. Send your children to the public school, where the administration must listens and there is academic accountability.
—Submitted by a parent


Posted May 28, 2010

Hillsdale Academy falls far short of the idealized view one has on first examination. The website and the advertising make it appear that excellence in education is the primary goal. The facility is beautiful and clean. The students are uniformed and polite. Unfortunately that is where it ends. Once beyond the middle school grades, the faculty are spectacularly unqualified and often teach subjects in which they have little or no training. Most have no formal training in education. Hiring seems to be based on personal beliefs rather than qualifications and teaching ability. Faculty turnover is high, as is student turnover. There are no elective course selections, resulting in many hours of study hall. Our child left 9th grade to attend a public high school. She has received an excellent education, including many advance placement courses, from dedicated, well-trained teachers.
—Submitted by a parent


Posted May 2, 2010

If I could give 4.5 stars I would. Hillsdale Academy (HA) has not achieved excellence, but is always working toward that goal. That is the one thing I appreciate most about the school and its Headmaster. My second consideration for rating the Academy highly is the cost to value of education. My children have attended public schools in Hillsdale and out of state. The difference between those schools and the Academy would be worth paying the full cost of an education at HA. I pay about $5000 a year, per child, which is less than fifty percent of the actual cost per student. There is also extra financial assistance that is available. I have looked for other institutions that could provide an equal education, moral guidance, opportunities, and fellowship my children receive at that low of cost and have yet to find one. If you want to find out what is taught at the Academy, the curriculum is posted online. That is how I found the school and it helped make my decision to send my children here. That and how the Headmaster and staff welcomes the children to school by opening the car door and saying good morning every school day. It is difficult not to respond to other reviews directly. No school is perfect and all go through changes. What needs to be looked at, to make an evaluation, is the overall direction an institution is heading year to year. In the five years I have been associated with HA, that direction is forward . This can be seen in the increasing number of National Merit Scholarship qualifications and finalists and the colleges and universities that accept HA graduates. Finally, if you find a school that can offer all that Hillsdale Academy offers, you would be very fortunate and should get on its waiting list. And there will be a waiting list. Because like Hillsdale Academy it is hard to keep a good thing secret. In the world of today, the combination of an intact family and a superior educational experience are two assets that will benefit my children throughout their life time. Thanks to Hillsdale Academy my children are now getting both.
—Submitted by a parent


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Beginning in the 2011-2012 school year, the Michigan State Board of Education implemented new definitions of what it means to be proficient on the MEAP test. In addition, they have recalculated past years' results using these new standards for proficiency, making the above year-over-year results comparable.

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Beginning in the 2011-2012 school year, the Michigan State Board of Education implemented new definitions of what it means to be proficient on the MEAP test. In addition, they have recalculated past years' results using these new standards for proficiency, making the above year-over-year results comparable.

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Beginning in the 2011-2012 school year, the Michigan State Board of Education implemented new definitions of what it means to be proficient on the MEAP test. In addition, they have recalculated past years' results using these new standards for proficiency, making the above year-over-year results comparable.

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Beginning in the 2011-2012 school year, the Michigan State Board of Education implemented new definitions of what it means to be proficient on the MEAP test. In addition, they have recalculated past years' results using these new standards for proficiency, making the above year-over-year results comparable.

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Beginning in the 2011-2012 school year, the Michigan State Board of Education implemented new definitions of what it means to be proficient on the MEAP test. In addition, they have recalculated past years' results using these new standards for proficiency, making the above year-over-year results comparable.

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Beginning in the 2011-2012 school year, the Michigan State Board of Education implemented new definitions of what it means to be proficient on the MEAP test. In addition, they have recalculated past years' results using these new standards for proficiency, making the above year-over-year results comparable.

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Beginning in the 2011-2012 school year, the Michigan State Board of Education implemented new definitions of what it means to be proficient on the MEAP test. In addition, they have recalculated past years' results using these new standards for proficiency, making the above year-over-year results comparable.

Source: Michigan Department of Education

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The state average for Math was 29% in 2013.

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In 2012-2013 Michigan used the Michigan Merit Examination (MME) to assess students in grade 11 in reading, writing, math, science and social studies. The MME is a standards-based test, which measures how well students are mastering specific skills defined for each grade by the state of Michigan. The goal is for all students to score at or above the state standard.

Beginning in the 2011-2012 school year, the Michigan State Board of Education implemented new definitions of what it means to be proficient on the MME test. In addition, they have recalculated past years' results using these new standards for proficiency, making the above year-over-year results comparable.

Source: Michigan Department of Education

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