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'''Hillview Middle School''' is a [[public education|public]] [[middle school]] in [[Menlo Park, California]], part of the [[Menlo Park City School District]]. It is notable as having been named a [[California Distinguished School]] eight times -- more than any other school in the state. Hillview has also been recognized as a national [[Blue Ribbon Schools Program|Blue Ribbon School]] by the [[United States Department of Education]]. The school campus features many detailed [[mural]]s painted by the Mural Elective class on outside walls of school buildings. One includes the faces of various students from the past. Hillview is located at the corner of Santa Cruz and Elder, in Menlo Park. Hillview Middle School, with a current enrollment of 678 students, is the single middle school for sixth through eighth grade students in the Menlo Park City School District. The school staff includes 36 full- or part-time teachers, 2 counselors, 1 librarian, 3 part-time student activities directors, 4 aides, 8 classified staff members, a vice-principal, and a principal.
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'''Hillview Middle School''' is a [[public education|public]] [[middle school]] in [[Menlo Park, California]], part of the [[Menlo Park City School District
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]]. It is notable as having been named a [[California Distinguished School]] eight times -- more than any other school in the state. Hillview has also been recognized as a national [[Blue Ribbon Schools Program|Blue Ribbon School]] by the [[United States Department of Education]]. The school campus features many detailed [[mural]]s painted by the Mural Elective class on outside walls of school buildings. One includes the faces of various students from the past. Hillview is located at the corner of Santa Cruz and Elder, in Menlo Park. Hillview Middle School, with a current enrollment of 678 students, is the single middle school for sixth through eighth grade students in the Menlo Park City School District. The school staff includes 36 full- or part-time teachers, 2 counselors, 1 librarian, 3 part-time student activities directors, 4 aides, 8 classified staff members, a vice-principal, and a principal.
   
   

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Hillview Middle School
Address
1100 Elder Avenue
Menlo Park, California
USA
Information
Type public comprehensive
Established 1949
School district Menlo Park City Elementary
Grades 6-8
Number of students 670 (2009)
Color(s)      Blue,      Gold
Mascot Hawk
Website

Hillview Middle School is a public middle school in Menlo Park, California, part of the [[Menlo Park City School District ]]. It is notable as having been named a California Distinguished School eight times -- more than any other school in the state. Hillview has also been recognized as a national Blue Ribbon School by the United States Department of Education. The school campus features many detailed murals painted by the Mural Elective class on outside walls of school buildings. One includes the faces of various students from the past. Hillview is located at the corner of Santa Cruz and Elder, in Menlo Park. Hillview Middle School, with a current enrollment of 678 students, is the single middle school for sixth through eighth grade students in the Menlo Park City School District. The school staff includes 36 full- or part-time teachers, 2 counselors, 1 librarian, 3 part-time student activities directors, 4 aides, 8 classified staff members, a vice-principal, and a principal.


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