Welcome to Hilliard Middle-Senior High!
HMSHS continues its century-long traditions of academic excellence, athletic distinction, and talented performing arts. Because our combination school affords the unique opportunity to develop long-term relationships with our students, they thrive in a safe and nurturing environment. We focus on preparing our students to ‘think big’ and establish goals in their journey of college and career readiness.
Dependent on the grade level, students explore engineering and technology-related skills in a technology lab, develop computer skills, learn a skilled trade in areas such as machining, or pursue science aptitudes in agriculture, forestry, or medicine. Honors, Advanced Placement, and Dual Enrollment courses prepare students for college success. Music and visual arts classes are available, encouraging students to cultivate their artistic gifts.
As we “Educate, Empower, and Enable” our students, we encourage students to explore and develop fundamental life and leadership skills so they become productive members of society. Our staff is resolute in supporting our students’ success, guiding them in healthy decision making, and inspiring them to tap into their tremendous potential.
Interested in becoming involved? We have a spot just for you! Join the Flashes Team through a Booster Club, helping out with Athletics, serving as a chaperone, becoming a member of the School Advisory Council, supporting fundraising opportunities, and much more. Want to join the team but not sure how? Complete a Volunteer Application at https://www.nassau.k12.fl.us/Domain/1135.
Want to remain connected to our events and calendar? Be sure to monitor our website and subscribe to our Facebook page and Remind accounts. As always, if you have questions or concerns, please reach out to us by calling (904) 845-2171 and we’ll be glad to help you.
May this year be our strongest yet as we Strive2Thrive in 2021!
In my 20th year of education in Nassau County schools
2nd year as Principal
Served as classroom teacher for 15 years, working predominantly with special needs and gifted students.
Additional roles include department chair, dean of students, guidance counselor, and assistant principal.
Jacksonville University, Bachelors
UNF, Education Certification and Masters in Education Leadership