Mission and Vision
Hillsborough County Public Schools Recognized as Five Star Schools Learn more
Celebrate Literacy Week, Florida!
Do you like telling cool stories & creating imaginary worlds? Volunteer to read to students during Florida's Celebrate Literacy Week, Florida! Jan. 23-27, 2017 #CLSW2017
Witter Elementary Science Olympics
Witter Elementary students work together to determine our Science Olympic winners!
Turner-Bartels K-8 Technology Student Association (TSA) did a great job at District Competition, bringing home FOUR trophies!
Turner-Bartels K-8 Technology Student Association (TSA) did a great job at District Competition, bringing home FOUR trophies!
Rodgers Middle School students participated in the Hour of Code
During Computer Science Education week, Rodgers Middle School students participated in the Hour of Code. They learned how to write code and even created online games to play with friends.
HCPS Facebook - facebook.com/HillsboroughSch HCPS Twitter - @HillsboroughSch HCPS YouTube - youtube.com/HCPSVideoChannel HCPS Newsdesk - Go Newsdesk

District Calendar

Upcoming Events

Jan 23, 2017
Early Release Day - students released 1 hour early
More Info

Jan 23, 2017
Secondary Report Cards Available

Jan 30, 2017
Early Release Day - students released 1 hour early
More Info

Feb 6, 2017
Early Release Day - students released 1 hour early
More Info

Instructional Materials Adoption

The Office of Teaching and Learning, Department of Instructional Materials, is seeking to adopt new materials. A public hearing will be held on February 7, 2017.  The recommended materials may be viewed by clicking the "More Info" link below.  Printed copies of the materials are also available for review in the Communications Office located at 901 E. Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa.

More info


Hillsborough Choice Options Application Period

Choice Logo

It is time to apply for the Magnet and School Choice programs for the 2017-2018 school year! Apply now ...

Elementary applicants (entering Kg – 5th grade)
January 5th - 20th, 2017
 

More info


Hillsborough County Public Schools Continue to Show an Increase in Student Success

HCPS Graduation Rates on the RiseAs Hillsborough County Public Schools students take exams this week, seniors are one step closer to graduation and have some big shoes to fill. The state released the 2015-2016 graduation rates and Hillsborough County Public Schools’ graduation rate has increased to 79.1%, up 3-percentage points from last year. The increase is a direct result of the tenacity exhibited by all in our District. From students, to administrators, teachers, guidance counselors and all of those who serve in support roles to ensure our students are on track to graduate, tenacity is the common bond.

Read more about our rising graduation rates on newsdesk.

 

More info


LEAD Student Contest

LEAD Logo

In celebration of Black History Month, Hillsborough County Public Schools is proud to announce the LEAD (Learn, Empower, Advocate, Dream) Student Contest. Leaders impact us in so many ways. We encounter leaders at home, in our schools, religious institutions, on the playing field, and many other places throughout our community. The LEAD contest challenges all students from grades 3-12 to create an artistic interpretation expressing how he or she has been inspired by a local black leader.

All entries must be submitted by the close of business (4:00 pm) on Wednesday, January 18, 2017.  (deadline extended)

More info


Kindergarten Round Up

Kindergarten Round Up time is here! If your child is entering Kindergarten in the 2017-2018 school year attend a Round Up to learn all about kindergarten in HCPS. For a complete list of Kindergarten Round Ups and registration information click here.

 

Say Y.E.S. and Apply Online to be a Volunteer

Volunteer
There is a new way of volunteering at Hillsborough County Public Schools. The volunteer application will now be online. By making the process better, easier, and faster, more volunteers and community partners will be saying "Y.E.S.” (You Empower Students).
 

More info


Attendance Boundary Changes

The School District assesses school attendance boundaries based on a variety of reasons including, but not limited to, programmatic changes, enrollment growth, and newly constructed capacity.  In order to access information regarding current and future attendance boundary changes, please click more information.

More info

Schools
Search for School
Find a School
School Locator

Locate your attendance area school

School Locator