The LHC is operating at the energy frontier and opening a new era in the exploration of the smallest scales accessible to scientists. In 2006, CERN and Fermilab began a series of “Hadron Collider Physics Summer Schools” to prepare young researchers for physics at the TeV scale. The 13th school will take place at Fermilab this summer and will build on the successes of the previous ones. The target audience is young post docs and advanced graduate students, with a strong interest in hadron collider physics. Both theorists and experimentalists are encouraged to apply. Lectures will focus on reviews of both the theoretical and experimental underpinnings of hadron collider physics, as well as a number of special topics.