About Us




Hello Hillcrest Elementary students and families!

Have a great Summer Break!
Join us in our summer programs and our free meal program: 

We will see you back in school this August.

Wendi Malan

Hillcrest History

Hillcrest Elementary building exterior

Hillcrest Elementary School is located in the north east area of Ogden, Utah at 130 North Eccles Ave. Built in 1957, Hillcrest’s first year in operation began in 1958. Staffed with caring, well qualified teachers and administrators, Hillcrest generates a comfortable, educational learning environment. Designed in the shape of a horseshoe with classrooms on each side, it opens up to a beautiful courtyard facing the playground on the east side. The courtyard gives the students and faculty a picturesque view of the mountains. The offices, multipurpose room, and restrooms are located at the top of the horseshoe with a separate lunchroom located below the multipurpose room.

Our dedicated staff is also working to integrate music and art into the lives of every student. In the Mornings we have violin lessons, in the afternoons we offer drum lessons, and 6 week art classes by grade. We also have after school tutoring classes by invitation. All of these extras show our commitment to education on all levels.


Hillcrest Mission

Hillcrest Elementary School encourages and assists students, parents, community, district, teachers, and staff to work together as a team for the benefit and success of every child educationally, emotionally, and socially.


At Hillcrest, we strive to provide rigorous, high-quality data-driven instruction that is engaging and meets the needs of every child. We work together to ensure a safe learning environment that empowers students, teachers, and stakeholders to promote academic success and well-rounded citizens.

Hillcrest Hawks Rules

Be Safe

Be Respectful

Be Responsible

Hillcrest Goals

Hillcrest Elementary faculty and staff have a vested interest in every student in the school. Plans and Programs provide goals, in language arts, Math and science. Goals are set with every child in mind, helping parents, teachers and staff to encourage, provide necessary interventions, supplemental instruction and positive reinforcement.