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Driving Directions and Transportation

directions to seven hills’ two campuses

The Seven Hills School has two Campuses.

View our Hillsdale Campus map here and our Doherty Campus map here.

Hillsdale Campus

Lotspeich Lower School: Pre-kindergarten for 2-year-olds through grade 5
Middle School: Grades 6 through 8
Upper School: Grades 9 through 12
Varsity and Junior Varsity Athletic fields

The Hillsdale Campus is located at 5400 Red Bank Road in Madisonville, near the I-71 Fairfax/Red Bank Expressway exit (Exit 9).

From I-71, take Exit 9. Turn right at the first traffic light onto Duck Creek Road. Drive a short block and turn right at the traffic light onto Red Bank Road. Hillsdale Campus is on the right.

Turn into the third driveway on the right and park in the lot on the left (or across the street if the lot is full). The Admission Office is in the Upper School building, which is the first one to the right as you pull into the circular drive. Enter through the double doors fronting the circular drive. The receptionist in the lobby will contact the Admission Office.

Doherty Campus

Doherty Lower School: Pre-kindergarten for 2-year-olds through grade 5

The Doherty Campus is located at 2726 Johnstone Place, just off Madison Road, in East Walnut Hills. 

The campus can be easily reached from I-71 by taking the Dana Avenue exit (Exit 5). Go east on Dana Avenue. Turn right onto Madison Road. From the Dana Avenue/Madison Road intersection, go about 1.2 miles or count seven stoplights (staying in the two right hand lanes on Madison as you enter O’Bryonville). After 1.2 miles or the seventh stoplight, turn left onto Johnstone Place.

Parking is available behind the playground (take the first driveway on the right off of Johnstone Place). Please walk across the street (Johnstone Place) and enter Haile Hall, which will be on the left. The school office is the first door on the right. The receptionist will contact the Admission Office.

Transportation to and From Seven Hills

Seven Hills students come to us from more than 30 neighboring counties across the tri-state area. While many families drive their children to and from Seven Hills, some families living in participating school districts make arrangements for their children to access bus transportation.

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