About Hidden Hills

At Hidden Hills, we pride ourselves on providing an engaging classroom experience for all students by fostering creativity, nourishing positive relationships, and focusing on high academic achievement. We believe every child should be celebrated.

Hidden Hills utilizes the Husky Pride Program, with an emphasis on positive reinforcement. We at Hidden Hills strongly believe in active community involvement and serving. We have started the Junior Hero community service program where students and staff volunteer in their neighborhoods performing thoughtful acts of kindness and service. Once they have completed their service they are awarded a Junior Hero shirt and prize. We are excited to continue this program for years to come.

The average class size at Hidden Hills is 22 students. Special area classes include P.E, Music, and Art. Students from Kindergarten to 6th grade have access to technology daily. Students in grades 4th-6th have the opportunity to participate in band, strings, or chorus. There are a variety of family nights and events throughout the year, which consistently have high participation.

Hidden Hills is fortunate to have the foundation of a warm and active community with an active PTSA. We are delighted that you have chosen our amazing school to educate your young ones. We are passionate about the growth and success of our students and look forward to partnering with you on their educational journey.

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B-rated School

 

1:1 Technology Ratio

1:1 Technology Ratio

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Other Upcoming Events

Grades 5, 8, and 11 will be taking the AZSCI Field Test.
Grades 4-8 and Grade 10 students at all schools will…
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Grade 3 students at all district elementary schools will…