Hilltop Country Day School - Est. 1967 Preschool - Middle School in Sparta, NJ

Frequently Asked Questions

Hilltop has been committed to providing an excellent private school education to families for over 50 years providing a top-notch education and school experience, small class sizes, and personalized attention. Hilltop students learn in a 21st Century environment, taking advantage of initiatives such as Design Labs, Makerbot 3D printers, Coding, Robotics and Project-Based Learning.

Does the School provide lunch?

Hilltop Country Day School offers a lunch program in partnership with Villa Capri II in Sparta. Lunch options include soup, salads, along with hot and cold sandwiches. You may add sides of carrot sticks, apple slices, cookies or bottled water for an additional fee. Students are welcome to bring bagged lunches from home, reusable utensils and water bottles are strongly encouraged.

To place a lunch order visit the Parent Portal: Lunch Program

Is transportation available to Hilltop?

Transportation to Hilltop or aid in lieu may be available through your home district. Please visit our transportation page for more information. Click here

Is extended care available?

Yes, we offer before and after care and enrichment programs from 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

What is the deadline to apply?
Hilltop Country Day School accepts applications for all grades on a rolling basis. Admissions decision notifications are typically made within 10 days of receipt of a completed application, including all supporting documentation.
What is the Student-Teacher ratio?
The average student-teacher ratio is 10:1.
Do Hilltop students wear uniforms?

Yes, this is a dress code at Hilltop Country Day School. Students in grades 1-8 are required to wear uniforms that can be purchased through Lands End. A variety of styles and colors are available to students. https://www.landsend.com | Preferred School Number: 900140989

Do all Hilltop students lives in Sparta?
No, Hilltop students come from throughout northern NJ, as well as eastern PA and southern NY.