Services & Improvements

Services Provided

Hillsboro Community School District #3 provides classes for students in grades pre-kindergarten (ages 3-5) through grade 12.
  • Nearly 1,147 students are enrolled in pre-kindergarten through grade 5
  • 554 students in grades 6-8
  • Nearly 667 students in grades 9-12
The District is made up of a Senior High School, Middle (Junior) High School and three Elementary Schools:
  • Beckemeyer
  • Coffeen
  • Witt

Additional Programs

The District provides special education classes, remedial classes, and gifted classes for students. The District currently operates a nationally-recognized pre-kindergarten Program at the Coffeen Attendance Center.


    The District is currently spending approximately $250,000 each year on technology and technology programs to provide engaged learning activities for students. The District is spending over $70,000 per year in staff development and other staff workshop programs and classes to improve teaching and student learning and achievement. Nearly $1,250,000 in grants from federal and state sources are utilized each year to improve the educational offerings for young people within the school district.