Our mission at Spring Hill Middle School is to equip our students with the skills necessary to reach their full potential and compete in a global society.
Spring Band Concert
Come out on Monday, May 20 at 6 PM and enjoy our spring band concert under the direction of Mr. Jamie Bream.
Future Athlete Meeting
There will be a required meeting for students and parents of rising 7th, 8th and 9th graders who wish to play sports next year. It will be Wed., May 22 at 6 PM. Failure to attend might mean that students cannot participate in any summer workouts.
CTE Summer Camp
We are so excited about our 2019 CTE Summer Camp on June 24th thru June 27th at Scotland High School from 8:00-12:00. Transportation, breakfast, lunch, and snacks will be provided for students. The summer camp is for rising 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th graders, the camp exposes students to various CTE courses that will lead them to a successful career of their choice. Applications are available at the front office. If parents/guardians would like to complete the application online click on the picture below. The applications are due Friday, May 31st.
Help! Help! We Need You!
Parents / Guardians, we need your help! We need proctors for End-of-year testing! Please call the front office (369-0590) if you are willing to volunteer. Or you can follow the QR code below to register.
Get Ready for 8th grade Prom
Prom Tickets will go on sale this week for $10. Please be reminded that all students must have no OSS and 2 or less incidences of ISS to attend. ALL school fees must be paid.
We Need Water
Parents, we are in need of small bottles of water for our testing days. We would greatly appreciate a donation of any kind!
Welcome to Spartan Country!
Would you like to view the presentation that streams in our lobby? Click on picture above.
Congratulations to Spring Hill's “Of the Year” Winners…
Amanda Chevalier – Beginning Teacher of the Year
LaToya Francis – Teacher of the Year
Carrie Laws – Teacher Assistant of the Year
Ruth Ann Harris – Support Person of the Year
Debbie McLaurin - Bus Driver of the Year
Black History Month
Mr. Dunham, Asst. Principal, coordinated a spectacular Black History Program on Thursday, February 28th. Students and staff members, alike, contributed to the program through a throwback to African American music, vignettes of several African American contributors, a performance by the SHMS Queen Steppers and SHMS Choral Choir and a whole host of other performances to share the rich African American culture with students, staff and the community. We celebrated and continue to celebrate our backgrounds, similarities and differences! Click on the logo below to watch a video of the program.