Hillview Middle School

Hillview Middle School - 6th Grade Honors Academy

Parent Information Night 2018-2019 School Year

If you missed our presentation, or wanted to review any of the information presented, the PowerPoint is attached here.

6th Grade Honors Academy Presentation

Applications and information can be picked up at Hillview our at our district office.

Rancho Vista Permission

Does your Hillview student need to pick up a Rancho Vista student after school? If so, please complete this form and have them return it to Hillview ASAP. We started enforcing this rule on 9/5/17.

Hillview Student Permission to Wait at Rancho Vista Form

2017 California Gold Ribbon School

Hillview Middle School was recently selected as a 2017 California Gold Ribbon School. We are the only Gold Ribbon middle school in the Antelope Valley and the only school selected in the AV for the 2017 award. Great job to the entire Hillview Community!

Gold Ribbon Logo

Hillview Middle School is located in the southwest portion of the Antelope Valley. It serves 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students and has approximately 915 students enrolled. 6th grade students from Cottonwood, Esperanza, and Rancho Vista feed into Hillview Middle School. The Hillview sixth grade population is made up of students that applied to attend a 6th grade honors program. These students were selected to attend Hillview through an application process which required good attendance and a minimum 3.0 GPA in fourth and fifth grade. These students come from various school within the district and outside of the district. The school buildings consist of one main building composed of 20 classrooms, two Science Labs, Library, Home Economics room, Art Room, Woodshop, four Computer Labs and a Cafeteria. There are also four meeting/conference rooms, a speech room, a counselor’s office, an office for our bi-lingual aide, and the administrative offices. In addition, there are 16 relocatable classrooms, a music room, and a gymnasium with boys’ and girls’ locker rooms. The school includes grass and concrete play areas with equipment and a patio with picnic tables.


Education Services

The Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments are part of the state testing program called the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress or CAASPP. The CAASPP System is designed to give information to teachers, students, and their families about what students know and are able to do and whether they are on track to be ready for success in college or career when they graduate from high school.

CA Dept of Education Parent Guide is Available for Download

Read more about A Parent Guide to Understanding - State Testing

We hope you have a great spring break. School resumes on 4/2/18.

Going to College or Career School?

Are you going to college or to a career school? Do you need help with financial aide? Check out this link:


Here is a flyer with more information.

Financial Aide Flyer

Do you need to contact us?

If you ever need to contact Hillview, you can refer to the "Teachers & Staff" tab for email addresses. You can also contact us at 661-722-9993. Our office staff, Ms. Danita Lewis, Mrs. Betty Dyer, and Mrs. Margaret Eskenazi will be happy to assist. Mrs. Laura Hunter, our health clerk, can also assist with any health needs.

Thanks to everyone who donated to our 16-17 Fundraiser!

People who donated.

Hillview would like to thank EVERYONE that donated to our 16-17 Fall ASB Fundraiser. Here is a list of our Platinum, Gold, Silver, and Bronze business partners.

Kindness Certified District

The Great Kindness Challenge is one school week devoted to performing as many acts of kindness as possible, choosing from a 50 item checklist.

2015 Honor Roll Logo

Through the Honor Roll School program, CBEE identifies and recognizes higher performing schools in the state, particularly higher poverty schools that are closing achievement gaps and those with a focus on STEM proficiency.

School District Integrated Pest Management Plan

It is the goal of Westside Union School District to implement IPM by focusing on long-term prevention or suppression of pests through accurate pest identification, by frequent monitoring for pest presence, by applying appropriate action levels, and by making the habitat less conducive to pests using sanitation and mechanical and physical controls. Pesticides that are effective will be used in a manner that minimizes risks to people, property, and the environment, and only after other options have been shown ineffective.

Our pest management objectives are:

  • To implement a safe and effective program to protect the health and well-being of students and staff, plus maintain a productive learning environment.
  • Prevent pests from spreading in the schools and minimize pesticide exposure to students, staff, and the public.