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Welcome to Hilliard Davidson High School

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Welcome to

Davidson high school

Class of 2025

Middle School

vs. High School

Connect

with Us

Athletic

Department

2021/2022Scheduling

Important Dates

Principal Welcome

Spirit wear

2021/2022 Scheduling

Scheduling 101

School Counselors

Sample Schedules

Program of Studies

Study Hall?

Phys. Ed vs. Waiver

Graduation Requirements

Honors Courses vs. 'Regular' Courses

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Connect with us

Main Office

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(614) 921 - 7200

Attendance Office

(614) 921 - 7240

Counseling Office

(614) 921 - 7220

Mr. Cookson
Principal

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Administrative Team

Mr. Assenheimer
9th Grade

Mrs. Clausen
10th Grade

Mr. Anderson
11th Grade

Mr. Moore
12th Grade

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Middle School vs. High School

Mr. Bobek

Director of Athletics

@hd_athletics

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Athletic Teams & Offerings

Athletic Eligibility

Athletic Handbook

Athletic Website

Fall

Winter

Spring

Boys Cross Country

Boys Golf
Boys Soccer
Football
Football Cheer
Girls Cross Country
Girls Golf
Girls Soccer
Girls Tennis
Girls Volleyball

Basketball Cheer

Boys Basketball
Bowling
Competition Cheer
Gymnastics
Swimming
Wrestling

Baseball

Boys Lacrosse
Boys Tennis
Boys Track
Boys Volleyball
Girls Lacrosse
Girls Track
Softball
irl

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High School Athletic Eligibility

  • 9th Grade: Must have earned a 1.5 GPA in the preceding grade period (4th Quarter of 8th Grade).
    • Probation: between 1.5 - 1.75 GPA
    • Waiver: May be taken if GPA is below a 1.5. Good once during 7th - 9th grade years.
  • A student must be enrolled and pass a minimum of five (5), one credit courses or the equivalent. PE is a .25 credit class and does not count toward athletic eligibility.
  • Also - if enrolled in an online class or a class where college credit is being earned, please make sure you know how many credits it is worth at the high school level.

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Davidson Counseling Team

Mrs. Palus


Mrs. Polley


Mr. Odenweller


Mr. Foster


A - DM

DO - KN

KO-RH

RI - Z

@HDV_Counselors

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Student Sample Schedules

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Student C

Student B

Student A

(w/ Freshman Intervention)

(Performing Arts w/ Freshman Intervention)

(No Freshman Intervention)

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Student A Schedule

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4 Core Subjects

Any Elective

Elective credits include courses in the areas of:

  • World Language
  • Fine Arts**
  • Business
  • Career-technical education
  • Family and Consumer Science
  • Engineering
  • English
  • Math
  • Science
  • Social Studies


**1 credit must be earned in Fine Arts (unless successfully completed in middle school)

This student would like to take a World Language and does not participate in Performing Arts

Freshman 'Study Hall'

A 'Freshman Only' study hall with all 4 of your core teachers present for extra support.

World Language

4-Year College/Universities will want to see either 3 credits from one world language or 2 credits from two different world languages.

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Student B Schedule

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4 Core Subjects

Any Performing Art Course

This student would like to take a World Language and does not participate in Performing Arts

Freshman 'Study Hall'

A 'Freshman Only' study hall with all 4 of your core teachers present for extra support.

World Language

4-Year College/Universities will want to see either 3 credits from one world language or 2 credits from two different world languages.

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Student C Schedule

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4 Core Subjects

Any Performing Art Course

This student would like to take a World Language, a Performing Arts course, and an additional elective instead of 'Freshman Intervention'

Any Elective

Elective credits include courses in the areas of:

  • World Language
  • Fine Arts**
  • Business
  • Career-technical education
  • Family and Consumer Science
  • Engineering
  • English
  • Math
  • Science
  • Social Studies


**1 credit must be earned in Fine Arts (unless successfully completed in middle school)

World Language

4-Year College/Universities will want to see either 3 credits from one world language or 2 credits from two different world languages.

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Graduation Requirements

21.5 Total Credits

The ultimate responsibility for tracking and completing necessary credits for graduation lies with the students and the parents.

Credits From "Core" Subject Areas

Math

Hilliard City Schools

English

Science

Social Studies

4 CREDITS

4 CREDITS

3 CREDITS

3 CREDITS

Other Credits Areas

Electives

5 CREDITS

PE/Health

1 CREDIT

Business Electives

1 CREDIT

(7 TOTAL CREDITS)

(14 TOTAL CREDITS)

Senior Capstone

(.5 CREDIT)

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English

(4 Credits)

Science

(3 Credits)

1 credit Biology; 1 credit Physical Science

Social Studies

(3 Credits)

World Studies, U.S. History, U.S. Government

Math

(4 Credits)

Math

(4 Credits)

English

(4 Credits)

Science

(3 Credits)

1 credit Biology; 1 credit Physical Science

Social Studies

(3 Credits)

World Studies, U.S. History, U.S. Government

Elective credits include courses in the areas of:

  • World Language
  • Fine Arts**
  • Business
  • Career-Technical Education
  • Family and Consumer Science
  • Engineering
  • English
  • Math
  • Science
  • Social Studies


**1 credit must be earned in Fine Arts (unless successfully completed in middle school)

Physical Education = 1/2 Credit**

Health 10 = 1/2 Credit


**Students may waive the physical education requirement with participation in athletics, marching band, and/or cheerleading.


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Digital Connections = 1/2 Credit

Financial Literacy Elective = 1/2 Credit**


**The Financial Literacy elective requirement can be fulfilled during the Sophomore/Junior/Senior Year

The senior capstone experience is an opportunity for students to challenge themselves outside the traditional classroom. The experience should be a culminating high school experience and help provide a transition to life beyond the secondary classroom.

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