Engage. Inspire.

Educate Hillsborough.

Educate Hillsborough is a unique chance to take a peek behind the scenes of the 8th largest school district in the nation. This interactive program allows you the opportunity to truly experience what it takes to educate the county’s 215,000+ students. Visit classrooms, meet with decision makers and even learn to drive a school bus!

Engage. Inspire. Educate Hillsborough.

Educate Hillsborough is a unique chance to take a peek behind the scenes of the 8th largest school district in the nation. This interactive program allows you the opportunity to truly experience what it takes to educate the county’s 215,000+ students. Visit classrooms, meet with decision makers and even learn to drive a school bus!

Important Information

Following the State of the Schools Breakfast, sessions are held monthly, from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at schools and facilities all across the county. Email educatehillsborough@all4schools.org for more information. [Note – not open to HCPS employees.]

2019-20 Session Dates

September 4th- State of the Schools Breakfast and Educate Hillsborough orientation, Glazer Children’s Museum, 7:30 – 11:00 a.m.

October 9th – Teaching and Learning

November 13th – Innovation

January 15th – Community Partnerships

February 12th – Operations

April 8th – Leadership

May TBD – Graduation

The application window for 2019-20 Educate Hillsborough Inaugural Class is now closed. The class is limited to 30. Selection is made after review of all applications. Tuition is $500. Scholarships are available.

Class of 2019 Materials

2019- The Inaugural Class

Take advantage of this unique opportunity. Meet other professionals and community leaders while you learn about the county’s largest employer, transportation organization and food service provider. You will gain a better understanding of the opportunities given to Hillsborough’s children and the challenges the school district faces as they “prepare students for life.”

The program kicked off at the State of the Schools Breakfast in September. Six half-day sessions cover every aspect of the school system with site visits and tours, interactive demonstrations, and time with education professionals and district decision makers.