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The College Board overhauls the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)

By Evan Luo '25, Features Editor October 5, 2023

As 5th formers navigate a labyrinth of academic pressures, the Preliminary SAT (PSAT) looms on the horizon. Scheduled for October 18, the PSAT will change the standardized testing landscape and lay the...

Jodi Robinson works in the college counseling office. She recommends that students enjoy their summer instead of focusing too much on improving their applications.

Hill college counselors advise on improving applications over summer

By Jeannie Lee '26, Staff Writer May 24, 2023

As the dreaded final exams come to a close, The Hill School fills with the buzz of excitement as students prepare for their long-awaited summer break. For third formers, it is a return home after their...

College admissions puts pressure on the middle-class

College admissions puts pressure on the middle-class

By Evan Luo ’25, Staff Writer December 14, 2022

If you are currently applying to colleges from a middle-class background, you have likely wondered why the college admissions process is so expensive. With the U.S. economy moving away from blue-collar...

Feir Zhou ’23 submits her college application.

Sixth formers reflect on the college process so far and look ahead to what is next

By Ella Grindle ’24, Features Editor December 14, 2022

With H-term in full swing, students at The Hill are taking a well-needed break from many stresses of the school day. That is, except for the sixth form. Often deemed as “the extra class,” the college...

Sixth Form College Map 2022

Sixth Form College Map 2022

By Chloe Han '22, Staff Illustrator May 23, 2022

Hill athletes sign their National Letter of Intent.

Hill senior committed athletes reflect on the hurdles and joys of their process

By Caden Olenczak ‘23, Staff Writer May 19, 2022

The Hill School Class of 2022 has over 100 students graduating this spring, many of which are students committed to playing collegiate athletics. Throughout their recruiting process both before and during...

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