Hill Regional Career High School

Hill Regional Career High School is a magnet high school located in the Hill area of New Haven, Connecticut, United States. Its original name was Lee High School, named after one of New Haven's most famous mayors, Richard C. Lee. The school's curriculum is aligned with national, state and district standards, as well as providing career exploration programs to prepare students for entry into the fields of business/technology and health/science. The sports department offers soccer, volleyball, cross country, basketball, cheerleading, tennis, softball, baseball and indoor and outdoor track. For out-of-city students the application is similar to a lottery and students can pick up to three schools per year to apply to.

Hill Regional Career High School
140 Legion Ave

New Haven
Connecticut 06519

United States
PrincipalZakia Parrish
Enrollment648 (2016-17)[1]
Color(s)Purple and Yellow
RivalsLyman Hall, Wilbur Cross


  1. "Hill Regional Career High School". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved February 19, 2019.

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