The Hill Center, established in 1977, provides an individualized instructional program for students with learning differences. Students enrolled in the School Year Program (K-12) typically have been diagnosed as having Learning Disabilities and/or Attention Deficit Disorder by a psychologist, have average to above average potential, and do not have primary emotional or behavioral difficulties. Students with other types of learning differences may also be considered. For our Summer Programs (rising K-9), students do not need to have a specific diagnosis.


Students enrolled in The Hill Center may demonstrate difficulty in reading, spelling, mathematics, handwriting, organization of written language, distractibility, sustained attention, homework completion, or any combination of these areas.


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Please watch former Hill student, Hunter Walker, share her amazing story here.


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Durham, NC 27705

Phone: 919.489.7464
Fax: 919.489.7466
Email: info@hillcenter.org

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