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Hill Center

The Hill Center was established in 1977 as the Hill Learning Development Center to provide an intensive remediation program to students with specific learning disabilities or attention deficit disorders. Begun as an adjunct to the existing programs at Durham Academy, the Center was dedicated to founder George Watts Hill in 1980 and became an integral part of Durham Academy. A part of the cooperative relationship between The Hill Center and Durham Academy is the sharing of facilities. In addition, representatives for The Hill Center provide support to Durham Academy teachers to provide appropriate accommodations to those students with learning differences.