More than 40 years of learning.
For more than 40 years, Hill Learning Center has been committed to supporting and empowering the 1 in 5 students with learning differences; reaching public, private, and home school students with powerful learning experiences; and investing in research-based, differentiated instruction.
Today, Hill Learning Center is a recognized leader in providing students and educators with the instruction, tools, and support they need to succeed in school, and in life. We serve students directly, and engage partners and experts to develop and scale best practices, and leverage the Hill Learning System and educator professional development to scale them.
Explore the Center
With more than 40 years of work in the community, there's a lot to learn about Hill.
Hill grounds our work in our Core Values and commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Hill Learning Center was established in 1977 in Durham, North Carolina as the Hill Learning Development Center, with a mission…
Hill is Making an Impact
Hill works deeply in the Triangle region, but our roots are deep and growing across the state, southeast, and beyond. If you are an educator, parent, or school administrator looking for resources for your school, connect with us!Learn More
In Their Own Words
The teachers here made me fall in love with the Hill Center, and the hard work and effort all the teachers have put in these past four years have made me not want to leave.
Hill has forever changed our lives. It gave my son the skills, confidence, and hope to have a successful academic future.
As a veteran EC teacher of 26 years, I can attest that Hill has provided me the most comprehensive and holistic approach to remediating my student's individual needs.
A lasting impact
Get a glimpse into the Hill student experience and learn why their three hours at Hill may be their best hours all day.
Supporting the 1 in 5
Every child can learn. Hear from Governor James B. Hunt, Jr. as he talks about how Hill is helping students every day.
Innovation and Education
The East Durham Learning Collaborative brings together local non-profits, district schools, and charter schools to give those struggling to learn to read in our community the opportunity to grow.
Doing work in Eastern NC
Learn about our project in Edgecombe County and see how Hill can come into a district and make a lasting impact in a community.