For ten years he taught at Western High School—the oldest United States all girls public high school—in the social studies department, before moving in the fall to his current position at Heritage High School. In his current role, he serves as 10th Grade Team Lead, AVID Coordinator and AP Government teacher.
During his teaching career, he has taught World History, American Government, US History, Economics, Sociology, AP US History, and AP Government and Politics. Additionally he has participated extensivly in summer professional development, including Teaching American History (three times), AP Summer Institute, Gilder Lehrman Seminar, Bryn Mawr Insitute (two times). Also, he has twice been an AP US History Reader with the College Board.
Mr. Hildebrand earned a Bachelor off Arts in Sociology from Wheaton College in 1988. More recently, he completed Master of Arts in Teaching at the Johns Hopkins University in 2004. He currently holds an Advanced Professional Teaching Certificate from MSDE.
Mr. Hildebrand has maintained a social studies webportal since 2002: prior to this version, the name of his website was BaltimoreTeacher.com.