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Springfield High School 


Great Things About Springfield High School

  • Over 7.3 million dollars of scholarships have been offered to SHS students in the past three (3) years; over 2.6 million dollars was offered the last two years. 
  • Graduating students attend universities and technical schools throughout Tennessee and the United States.
  • Several students in the past years have received appointments to West Point and the other military academies.  One is expected to graduate from the U S Naval Academy in 2009.  SHS has graduates serving around the world in almost all branches of our U S Military.
  • Dual classes and advanced placement classes are offered and numerous students graduate from high school with up to twelve (12) hours of college credit.
  • SHS has the largest number of electives and advanced classes in the county school system.
  • The school is the most diverse in the county with regard to cultural backgrounds.
  • Numerous students and organizations have won state and national awards including “The Yellowjacket” the school newspaper, the Mock Trial Team, the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), and many more.
  • Numerous clubs and organizations exist to help provide students another place to fit in.
  • Almost $20 million dollars has been spent on renovations to improve the school and make it more functional, attractive and technologically appropriate for better learning.  Students now do not have to leave the building to get to any classes, and the school will soon be considered a secure school.
  • Teachers, counselors, administrators and staff have won numerous awards and are called upon to train peers.
  • The Freshman Academy provides a school within a school to help 9th graders better adjust to high school.
  • Across the Curriculum includes teachers and students working together from year to year on a common theme.
  • Classes can begin as early as 6:30 a.m. for students desiring an earlier dismissal or needing extra credits.
  • A Credit Recovery Program is in place, as well as tutoring and mentoring.
  • The school has numerous athletic teams and students have received athletic scholarships to college.
  • The band and show choirs have performed at numerous programs and won awards.
   

 

The City of Springfield does not discriminate based on race, color, or national origin in federal or state sponsored programs, pursuant to Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U.S.C. 2000d). La Ciudad de Springfield no discrimina basado en la carrera, el color ni el origen nacional en federal ni el estado patrocino los programas, para Titular conforme a VI del Acto de Derechos Civiles de 1964 (42 U.S.C. 2000d).

 

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