Return to In-Person Learning Five Days per Week

Huntsville City Schools (HCS) leaders announced plans during Thursday night’s board of education work session for traditional students to return to school Mondays through Fridays for the second nine weeks beginning Monday, Oct. 26, 2020.  To find out more, please click the more information button below:

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Mrs. Jennifer Dill

My name is Jennifer Dill and I teach 8th grade World History (honors and regular). I have been teaching at HJHS since 2015 and taught at Hoover High School from 1993-2008. I was born in Huntsville, but moved away at a young age, spending most of my life in Birmingham. I have a daughter who attends Blossomwood Elementary School. I am passionate about teaching at HJHS and about making it the best school it can be, not only because it is where I work, but also because it is where my own child will attend school in a few years. I want all of my students to be successful and to leave 8th grade on a path that will help them to be college and/or career ready.

I post class notes and assignments on Canvas. All students enrolled in my class are automatically enrolled in Canvas, so no special code or login is needed.
B.A. from Birmingham-Southern College and M.A. from the University of Alabama Birmingham
Class A, Secondary Grades 6-12
General Social Science
(256) 428-7700
Social Studies
I graduated from Birmingham-Southern College with a major in History and English and a minor in Sociology. I received my Master’s of Education degree from the University of Alabama in Birmingham. I taught at Hoover High School for 14 years before moving to Huntsville when I got married in 2008.