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Class Choice has been open since August 1st. If you have not been into Class Choice to set up your schedule for the year, please do so before coming into registration next week. Please remember to fill classes for the entire year. We want everyone to have a full schedule and if we need to change it later, we can work with you mid-trimester. 

Class Choice Instructions



Registration information below.... 

Please also remember that just because you've taken care of the payments, you still need to come to the school on your designated registration day:

Registration payment sheet

Online Payment Directions

* We would like a majority of our registration to come through the online payment portal to keep things moving on August 16th and 17th. Please work through the directions on the portal and come with a receipt on your phone or printed to move things along. Also, if you are not able to work through that process at home, we will have computers set up in our entrance to assist with this process. 

Registration schedule: 

Tuesday, August 14th is for prepaid registration only. 8:00-11:00/ 12:00-3:00
Thursday, August 16th is for 11/12 grade students 8:00-11:00/12:00-3:00 
Friday, August 17th is for 9/10 grade students 8:00-11:00/12:00-3:00

Bell Photography Photo Packages: 

Several option available here


AP Scores are in.... HHS did very well. We have room to improve, but are proud of our students and our staff members:

68% of our 202 tests taken were a "3" or higher on the AP exams
* That's 8 percentage points higher than the state of Idaho and 7 percentage points higher than students nationwide

Our averages for our core class tests are listed below: 

Course          Hillcrest (2018)           National (2018)

Biology                   2.9                              2.87
Calculus A/B          3.1                              2.94
Calculus B/C          3.82                            3.74
Eng Language        2.79                            2.83
Eng Literature         3.0                              2.57
US Government     2.64                             2.70
Physics 1                2.44                             2.36
Spanish                  2.4                               3.69
Statistics                 3.35                             2.88
US History              3.07                              2.66
World History          3.12                              2.78


Thank you staff, parents, and students for another successful school year! Good luck to all of our staff members and families who are making the summer move to the new school. It is an exciting time for D93! We are very excited to see what the 2018-19 school year has in store.

As a reminder, our administration, counseling team, and teachers are gone for the summer. Please send them an email with any questions. Jamie, our new secretary, will be in the building to take messages and answer questions Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. And, our new book keeper, Emma, will be here every Monday from June 18 through July 23 from 8:30-10:30 a.m. for any families that need to issue payments. 


Upcoming Events:

School Calendar for 2018-19


** As always there will be weekly updates on our Social Media:
Facebook: @HillcrestHS
Instagram: hillcrest_h_s
Twitter: @Hillcrest_H_S

** We have also created a podcast/blog to extend some conversations with faculty and members of our HHS Legion doing great things, so please check that out as well: 



If you have pictures you would like submitted to the Yearbook Staff, please click on the link below and follow the directions. The code to enter is knights (all lowercase):

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During College Application Week facilitated by our College and Career Counselors, our senior participation was through the roof! 216 seniors completed college applications and FAFSA paperwork. This program and emphasis in assisting students complete all of the paperwork before the due dates is appreciated. Nice job Mrs. McConnell and Mrs. Butler. 


Parent and Community: 

Thank you to Allstate volunteer Steven Roberts for being a positive force for change in our community. Steven Roberts gave his time and enabled us to receive an Allstate Foundation Helping Hands in the Community grant. The Allstate Foundation supports the causes that Allstate agency owners, financial specialists and employees care about most by providing Helping Hands in the Community grants to nonprofits where they volunteer their time to bring out the good in their communities.


Kneaders Bakery donated $3,000 dollars to the Band and Cheer Programs at HHS! Thank you for your generosity and support.


Zak Paynter, a former HHS student, chose Hillcrest High School for a $100 corporate gift from his engineering firm in Pullman, WA. Thank you Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc.! 


THANK YOU Basic American Foods for the $10,000 donation toward purchasing a new inning by inning scoreboard for the Hillcrest Baseball Program!  


Mrs. Zohner and the Health Occupations students for organizing and working with the American Red Cross last Friday. HHS was responsible for presenting 67 blood donors and collecting 61 units of blood. Great job! 


A big thank you to the doctors at Grand Teton Gastroenterology for their combined donation of $300 to award our students that have perfect attendance throughout the year.  Dr. Behrend, Dr. Warner, and Dr. Williams all contributed.  We appreciate this valuable financial support and the help it will provide to our students.



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Good things happening at HHS:

*Spring Sports Awards


Koby Sorenson – Hon Mention Catcher

Alex Cortez – 2nd team Infield

Luke Patterson – 2nd team infield

Garrett Marlowe – 2nd team outfield

Austin Shirley – Hon Mention Outfield

Jaxon Weatherly – 1st Team DH/Utility



Ally Adamson – 8th place state finish

Jacob Bigler – 4th place state finish



Kyler Hartman – 3rd place state finish

Taelor Anderson and Olivia Warner – 4th place State Finish



Hailey Thueson – 12th place state finish 3200 meter run

Madsen Rhinehart – 13th place state finish 3200 meter run

Lazia Koontz - 10th place state finish 100 Meter Hurdles & 8th place in 300 Meter Hurdles

Noah Whitaker – 14th place state finish 110 Meter Hurdles

Bryce Cook – 15th place state finish 110 Meter Hurdles & 16th place in 300 Meter Hurdles

Sierra John – 12th place finish 400 Meter Dash

Jackson Monk – 11th place finish 400 Meter Dash

Araoluwa Omotowa – 1st place state finish 100 Meter Dash & 200 Meter Dash

Jessie Yorgesen – 15th place state finish in Shot Put

Brayden Denney – 11th place state finish in Pole Vault

Jordan Neuerburg – 7th place state finish in Long Jump


* Two students earned a letter of commendation for their 
   National Merit Scholar test results: 

  - Cody Haderlie
  - Jared Hansen








August 28, 2018 $5.8 Million Supplemental Levy Renewal Vote


What is a supplemental levy?

A supplemental levy allows school districts to use property tax revenue for operating costs. When approved by voters, the levy provides supplemental funding for two years and must be renewed if the district is to continue to use those funds. Funding from D93's last supplemental levy is scheduled to expire at the end of the 2018-2019 school year. Renewing the levy will keep this funding in place through June of 2021.

How will the supplemental levy impact property taxes?

Property taxes will not increase or decrease based on the result of the supplemental levy election. Property taxes are determined by both the levy rate and the assessed property value. The supplemental levy will not change the total tax levy rate, which will remain at $5.79 per $1,000 of taxable value.


How many Idaho school districts have supplemental levies?

Today, more than 8 out of 10 school districts in Idaho have supplemental levies. D93 has worked hard to keep its levy as low as possible. The $5,800,000 levy is lower than the supplemental levy amounts of any similar sized district in the state.


How will funds from the supplemental levy be used?

The supplemental levy will continue to help bridge gaps in funding from the state. Key areas that are funded by the supplemental levy


•             Gifted and Talented program,

•             resources for college credit courses,

•             classroom technology and instructional resources,

•             maintenance of school grounds,

•             and provides competitive wages to help recruit and retain highly qualified teachers and staff


Please visit http://www.co.bonneville.id.us/elections for information about early voting and to find your polling location.

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Fax: 208-525-4437