Hillsdale Schools feel that it is possible the district could build a new building that would hold K-12 and not have to ask voters for an increase in taxes. Hillsdale Superintendent Steve Dickerson told RichlandSource.com that the money they receive from the Rover pipeline could be enough to fund the project. There is about 20 miles of pipeline that run through the Hillsdale School district. The numbers right now show the district could pay off a $35 million project in between 9 and 16 years. This is not concrete yet, because the exact amount of money the district will receive is not yet known. The school would hope to build the school on County Road 2175 and be open for the 2022-23 school year.