Enduring Excellence in Learning, Leadership, Innovation, and Service


Independent, inquisitive, insatiable – these are typical traits of students in the elementary grades of 3-5. Many believe it's in these years that a love of knowledge, an attitude of lifelong learning, is instilled.

At Indian Hill Elementary School, we focus on nurturing and encouraging these natural traits and creating an individualized learning experience to support whole child development. Students have the chance to explore concepts in more depth. Instructional practices supported by data meet the diverse needs of our learners, and our SEEDS program (Safe Environment for Educating Diverse Students) is incorporated into daily work.

When students leave Indian Hill Elementary after finishing fifth grade, they are on their way to becoming successful, respectful young people, ready to take on greater challenges, academically and personally.

What's New at IHES?


The end of Quarter 1 is Friday, October 12. Quarter 1 report cards will be available online on Friday, October 19. You can access ProgressBook on the Indian Hill Elementary School Website. Click on Students/Parents tab and then click on Resources and Tools. Click on the ProgressBook link and select the Indian Hill icon. You can also click here to access ProgressBook. Once you are logged into ProgressBook, you will be able to view your child’s grades and report card comments. You will be able to print a paper copy on Friday, October 26. Click here to view a ProgressBook Video Tutorial.If you are having difficulty logging into your ProgressBook account, please contact Jackie O’Brien, technology facilitator, via email at Jackie.obrien@indianhillschools.org
Fall Book Fair!  October 19-29
Our Fall Book Fair starts Friday, October 19 and runs through Monday, October 29.  We will be open each school day during all Parent Teacher Conference times.  There is also an online book fair as well.  Visit our Book Fair homepage for more information and online ordering.  See you at the Book Fair!