What are the levels of affiliation with Hillsdale K-12 Education?
The K-12 Program Guide developed by Hillsdale College is made widely available under a licensing agreement to Hillsdale Curriculum Schools. The K-12 Education Office considers Curriculum School requests on a regular basis, and is pleased to license the College’s K-12 curriculum to schools who share the objective of leading students towards intellectual, moral, and civic virtue in a traditional education setting. To apply for a license, email [email protected] for the application form. When granted, curriculum licenses are available free of charge.
Curriculum Schools are eligible to apply for Member School status after two years of using the Hillsdale K-12 curriculum. Curriculum schools interested in membership should reach out to the K-12 Education Office directly at [email protected].
Hillsdale College Member Schools receive curriculum, consultation, and training from the Hillsdale K-12 Education Office. The Hillsdale K-12 Education Office advises Member Schools across the country, all of which were started in consultation with Hillsdale College. Those desiring to receive Member School assistance for a new school should reach out to the K-12 Education Office at [email protected].
Existing schools wishing to receive Member School benefits should start by applying to use Hillsdale’s K-12 Curriculum as a Hillsdale Curriculum School.
Candidate Member Schools
Candidate Member Schools are new schools that are receiving assistance from K-12 Education staff with the intention of opening as Member Schools in the near future.
Hillsdale College Certified Schools have been formally evaluated through a certification process administered by the Hillsdale K-12 Education Office using Hillsdale K-12 Best Practices in the areas of Governance, Leadership, Curriculum, Pedagogy, and School Culture. Only schools recognized as excellent in each of these five areas are awarded the certified designation.