About Our Schools

Springboro is an exceptional district with an experienced and dedicated staff as well as involved families and strong community support. Our commitment to students is demonstrated in all aspects of operations, including differentiated instruction, investments in technology, and building a Pre K through 12 continuous curriculum. With the input of staff, administrators and the community, we continually update district goals to maintain our balanced budget and also dedicate resources to academics, community engagement, finance, safety and facilities. To see our current district goals, click hereSpringboro Schools perform very well. As we adopt the new Common Core curriculum, new teacher and principal evaluation systems, new testing, standards and technology, Springboro is poised to set a new standard for excellence. Thank you for staying informed and involved. Be sure to stay connected to us through this website. Use the E-Communication Registration link above to receive our district communication as well as the principal’s updates from any of our six school buildings.

 

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Student Registration Information

New student registration for kindergarten through eighth grade
Springboro Intermediate, 705 South Main Street
June 25 through August 5
7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays
Please enter Springboro Intermediate using the front entrance (Door #1).  
Call (937) 748-4113 to schedule an appointment.

New student registration for grades nine through twelve
Springboro High School, 1675 South Main Street
Call (937) 748-3950 for registration information
7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday


School Supply Lists Posted Online 

 

You can locate the supply lists for preschool through eighth grade on each building's homepage, or by clicking here. 

 

 

 

 

 


Springboro Teachers Present at HSTW National Conference

Springboro teachers presented at the national High Schools That Work conference in Nashville July 16-19, 2014. SHS teachers Luke Sandro, Gail Dauber and Stephanie Franks presented "Technology Toolbox: Differentiate Your Classroom,” while Chad Adams, Springboro Junior High teacher, gave a presentation on “Quality of Work in a Standards-Based Era.” We congratulate these talented teachers. 

 


The Next Many Voices Community Meetings are on August 5

Listening to the community is vital for our schools to lead the way providing 21st Century education while also protecting what already makes Springboro and Clearcreek Township a great place to live. The Many Voices Process (MVP) is a conversation--through meetings and surveys--about the future of our schools, and we hope more than 1,000 voices will speak up. The first phase of the MVP--about what we value in and expect from our schools wraps up with meetings on August 5Click here for more information.  


District launches Curriculum Connections monthly e-newsletter

 

 

 

 

 

 

Each month’s Curriculum Connections e-newsletter will give you the latest curriculum headlines from our own classrooms, showcase teachers, students and programs, and share important links for parents and families. To see the first issue, click here. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

Bring Your Own Technology
will be in grades 6 through 12 next year. Click here for BYOT device recommendations for grades 6-12.