Quick Facts

Facts

  • Enrollment: Over 280 students
  • Male/Female Ratio: 55%/45%
  • Student/Teacher Ratio: 10:1
  • Diverse Ancestry Population: 14%
  • Financial Assistance: Need-based program available for families

Technology:

  • State of the art interactive classrooms
  • One to one high school and faculty/staff laptop program
  • Wireless campus
  • AP and Honor Courses: Offered in History, English, Math and Science
  • Graduates accepted to college: 100%
  • Art, Music and Foreign Language Program: Offered for students in grades K5-12
  • Campus: Seven buildings located on 45 beautiful acres including outstanding athletic facilities
  • Athletics: Varsity, Junior Varsity, and Elementary programs offered in 10 different sports
  • Extended Day Program: Available for students in grades K4-6th

Recognition:

  • AISA President's Award 2016-17…Three Consecutive Years (2015-2017)
  • AISA Blue Ribbon School Designation...Six Consecutive Years (2012-2017)
  • Class of 2017 was offered scholarships totaling over $3,200,000 (29 seniors)
  • 3 Seniors received Athletic Scholarships (Women's Basketball, Football and Baseball)
  • AISA High School Scholars Bowl State Champions...Six Consecutive Years (2012-2017)

 

2016-17 Highlights

 

*AISA Presidents Award - 3rd Consecutive Year

 *AISA Blue Ribbon School - 6th Consecutive Year

 

Academic Achievements

 

  • Class of 2017 received over $3 million in College Scholarships
  • 100% of Springwood Graduates accepted to college of their choice
  • Highest Enrollment since 2011-12 school year
  • 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program Commended Student
  • National Honors Society Inductees (10)
  • Junior Scholars inductees (7)
  • AISA State Spelling Bee Division Champion
  • AISA District VI Spelling Bee Participants (5)
  • AISA Oratorical Contest participant
  • Duke TIP qualifiers in Grades 4-7 (19)
  • Science Olympiad awards (8)
  • AISA All-State Academic Team selections (2)
  • AISA Technology Fair awards (2)
  • AISA District 6 State SGA Representative
  • AISA State Middle School Math Competition - 2nd place
  • AISA District Middle School Math Competition - 1st place
  • AISA District High School Math Competition - 2nd place
  • BEST Robotics District Awards (2)
  • AISA High School Scholars Bowl State Champions (6th straight year)
  • NAQT National Championship HS Scholars Bowl Tournament qualifier (4th straight year)
  • NAQT National Championship HS Scholars Bowl 13th highest individual scorer
  • AISA District VI High School Scholar’s Bowl Champions (11th straight year)
  • Southern Union Scholar’s Bowl Tournament 1st place
  • Enterprise State Community College Scholars Bowl Tournament 1st place
  • Snead State Community College Scholars Bowl Tournament 2nd place
  • LAMP Invitational Scholars Bowl Tournament 1st place
  • ASCS 2nd place

 

Fine Arts Achievements

 

  • AISA Honor Choir selections (3) and Honor Choir Solo Performance
  • AISA Choral Festival awards (3)
  • AISA State Honor Band Competition (9)
  • AISA Elementary Choral Festival- 2 Superior and 1 Excellent
  • AISA State Drama Festival 1st in monologue, 2nd in Musical Drama, 2nd place overall
  • AISA State Drama Festival 2nd place in individual monologue
  • Walter Trumbauer District Festival “Best in Show” award
  • Walter Trumbauer District Festival “Best Supporting Actress in a Studio Show”
  • Alabama Conference of Theatre awards (4)
  • AISA State Art Show 1st place winner
  • AISA District Art Show “Best in Show”
  • AISA District Art Show- 9 pieces of art qualified for State
  • Springwood Theatre Society performed “Seussical”

 

Athletic Achievements

 

  • AISA Football All-Stars (2)
  • Opelika-Auburn News First Team Defense (1), Second Team (2)
  • Opelika-Auburn News Defense Honorable Mention (2)
  • Opelika-Auburn News First Team Offense (2), Second Team (2)
  • Opelika-Auburn News Offense Honorable Mention (2)
  • Southern University Football Scholarship
  • AISA All-Star Cheerleaders (2)
  • UCA Cheer Clinic 3A East Runner Up
  • AISA Cross Country State Meet qualifiers (4)
  • AISA Cross Country Boy’s State Meet 4th place
  • Girls Basketball All-Time winningest class in school history
  • AISA 3A Girls Basketball Final Four qualifier (4th consecutive year)
  • AISA Girls All-Star Basketball Game participant
  • Alabama Sports Writers Assoc. Girls Basketball Player of the Year (2nd consecutive year)
  • Springwood School Girls Basketball All-Time leading scorer in school’s history
  • Opelika-Auburn News Girls Basketball All-Area Player of the Year
  • University of West Alabama Girls Basketball scholarship
  • Opelika-Auburn News Boys Basketball 2nd Team All Area selection
  • AISA Baseball State Tournament qualifier
  • AISA Baseball All Stars (2)
  • Huntingdon College Baseball signee
  • AISA Softball State Tournament qualifier
  • AISA Boys State Track and Field Champions in 800 meter and 4x400 relay
  • AISA Boys State Track and Field runner up in 4x800 meter relay
  • AISA JV Girls State Track and Field Most Valuable Performer
  • AISA Boys 3A Track and Field State Meet 3rd overall
  • AISA Girls 3A Track and Field State Meet 5th overall
  • AISA Boys Tennis State qualifier
  • Soccer added to Springwood Athletic Program

 

Community Service and Events

 

  • Greater Valley Area Chamber of Commerce Junior Ambassadors selections (11)
  • Dominican Republic Mission trip (2nd year)
  • Volunteers completed 28 service projects on our 12th Annual Wildcat Workday
  • Students fundraised for Breast Cancer Awareness and for the American Cancer Society
  • Springwood Juniors performed service projects throughout AL and GA during Interim
  • Springwood held weekly “Sessions” assemblies for High School students and faculty
  • Springwood hosted an Annual Blood Drive
  • National “See You at the Pole” was observed by students and faculty
  • Springwood hosted a community Veteran’s Day Program
  • Participated in Operation Christmas Child shoe box drive
  • Participated in Community Can-A-Thon

 

*AISA DISTRICT VI includes:

 Chambers Academy, Edgewood Academy, Glenwood School,  Lee-Scott  Academy, Lyman Ward Military Academy, Macon East Academy, Coosa Valley Academy and Springwood School.

 

 

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