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Department of the Air Force
7285 4th Street
Hill AFB, UT 84056
Each installation provides information about the types of schools and programs offered on or near your installation for your child. Learn about the types of programs, guidelines and requirements for each school. Whether you choose to send your child to a Department of Defense School, a private school or public school, your installation can help you explore all of your options to make the right decision for you and your child.
There are no K-12th grade schools located on Hill Air Force Base. Students who reside on base are zoned for Davis School District. https://www.davis.k12.ut.us/
Schools Zoned to Hill AFB
For students who live on base school busing is provided by both Davis School District and Wasatch Transportation for the Utah School for the Deaf & Blind.
Living Off Base
Students who reside off base attend the school district aligned to their address. Within a 35-mile radius of the base there are three school districts in addition to Davis school district. They are the Ogden, Morgan, and Weber school districts.
Other Academic Options
Utah offers all academic options: Public schools, privatized schools, charter schools, homeschooling, and online education options; all are readily available in the community. Call the school liaison office at (DSN country code 312) 801-775-5960 or check out the Hill AFB School Liaison Office website https://75fss.com/school-liaison-services/ for more information.
The Utah State Board of Education (USBE), Utah Schools Directory has current information for both Public and Private schools statewide. The database allows families to filter their search for Currently Open schools in response to the COVID19 pandemic. The majority of Charter Schools in Utah are public schools. Find additional information at https://www.schools.utah.gov/schoolsdirectory
Hill AFB is located within the boundaries of Davis School District. There are three additional school districts within a 35-mile radius: Ogden, Morgan, & Weber school districts.
Box Elder District: https://www.besd.net/Davis School District: https://www.davis.k12.ut.us/https://www.besd.net/Morgan School District: https://www.morgansd.org/Ogden School District: https://www.ogdensd.org/Salt Lake District: https://www.slcschools.org/Utah School for the Deaf & Blind: https://www.usdb.org/Weber School District: http://wsd.net/
Purple Star Schools in Utah
Utah is proud to join a growing number of states throughout the nation by recognizing schools that go the extra mile to support highly mobile military children with the Purple Star School Award. Schools in Utah with this designation have created programs to provide smooth transitions for military families. For the complete list of Purple Star Schools in Utah see https://www.schools.utah.gov/policy/purplestarschools.
Utah law refers specifically to homeschooling in Utah Code 53G-6-204(2). To comply with state law in Utah parents who homeschool must to the following.
1. File an Affidavit with the local education agency (LEA) for each child you are homeschooling. After submitting the affidavit the school board will send you a Certificate acknowledging your homeschool program within 30 days. Annually a new certificate will be issued each year by 1 August.
As long as you reside in the same school district you do not need to refile the affidavit.
2. Provide Instruction to your children. In Utah there are no required days of instruction or required curriculum content or subjects. The parent is solely responsible for the selection of instructional materials of textbooks.
3. In Utah homeschool students are eligible to participate in extracurricular activities at a public school consistent with eligibility standards. This process is commonly known as Dual Enrollment and is referenced in Utah Code 53A-11-102.5.
For additional information on how to properly homeschool in Utah contact your School Liaison and see https://hslda.org/legal/utah.
The Education Center on base provides on base support for post –secondary learning options after high school. They are open M-F 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. in Bldg. #180 and can be reached at 801-777-2710.
CYB-MFLCs-Child & Youth Behavioral-Military Family Life Counselors
The changes that come with military life can be especially difficult for children. CYB-MFLCs provide non-medical counseling support to help service members and their children build life skills and resilience. At Hill AFB we have 4 CYB-MFLCs available: one at each of our Child Development Centers (East & West), the Youth Center, and one School MFLC. These services are FREE. To access these services Parents complete the Parent Consent & Request form at the School or On base.
Anchored4Life is an Air Force funded Dept. of Defense approved school-based transition & resiliency curriculum designed to help all students develop Leadership & Life Skills to better connect with their peers and the community. It is a campus wide club available to all students and is currently at Hill Field Elementary.
Student to Student-S2S
Student to Student is a student-led and faculty advised program with the mission to take care of new students. The S2S program helps students navigate their new campus and community by providing engaging activities both on and off campus. The program fosters a culture of inclusion and improved academic performance through peer-to-peer interactions. It is a campus wide club available to all students and is currently at: Lincoln, South Clearfield, and Wasatch elementary schools/North Davis, Sunset, and Legacy, junior highs/Northridge high school in Davis School District.
Purple Star Schools Utah
Common Core Curriculum
Utah’s public schools utilize Common Core State Standards for curriculum. Common Core standards were adopted in August 2010 & was fully implemented during the 2013-2014 school year. For more information see http://www.corestandards.org/standards-in-your-state/.
DoDEA Virtual High School-E2P2
Hill AFB is a DoDEA Virtual High School pilot site. The Expanded Eligibility Pilot Program is designed to offer military connected high school students the ability to take up to two online courses through DoDEA’s Virtual High School. The courses supplement classes offered at local schools and must be used toward graduation requirements. It is not a replacement program for locally registered students. The program is strictly supplemental. For more information see www.doedea.edu/dvs/e2p2.cfm
Tutor.com for U.S. Military Families is funded by the Dept. of Defense and Coast Guard Mutual Assistance. The program provides on-demand online tutoring & homework help at no cost to eligible service members, civilian personnel, and their dependents from kindergarten to college. For more information see http://military.tutor.com/home