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    The Springfield City School District serves approximately 8,000 students pre-school through grade 12 in a vibrant learning community of 63,500 residents in west-central Ohio. The dedicated and professional staff includes 490+ teachers, with approximately 355 support personnel and administrators. We serve our students in 17 state of the art buildings.

    Our students represent our whole community and we value the racial, ethnic and socioeconomic diversity of our student body. Our academic and extracurricular aim is to ensure academic growth for students at all abilities. We continue to innovate to support personalized, customized learning. While we offer unique options at all grade levels, our middle school and high school students have seen the most striking growth in educational options as we now allow students to blend traditional coursework, on-line coursework, and experiential learning.

    Vision Statement

    The Springfield City School district collaborates with its families and community partners to support college or career readiness and personal success for every student. Collectively we deliver a rigorous, opportunity-rich and student-centered education that inspires lifelong learning.

    Values Statement

    Student-centered - We make every decision in the interest of student success.

    Collaborative - All staff build inclusive relationships with one another and with our students, parents, and community partners. We communicate and support teamwork at all levels and across the district. We are all educational leaders.

    Curious - All staff are engaged in continuous learning, seeking to do everything that we do better, and interested in improving ourselves. We engage and inspire our students.

    Diverse - We respect and embrace the diversity of our students, our staff, and the community.

    Portrait of a Springfield Graduate

    A Springfield graduate is a lifelong learner who possesses college or career readiness, grit and a sense of pride in his or her achievements. He or she is prepared to function as an engaged member of society and has a strong sense of responsibility to his or her community.

     

     

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