At Springfield High School, we are committed, through an ongoing collaboration between teachers, families, and community members, to offering rich and diverse curriculum that equips students with the knowledge and skills necessary for success in school and in all future endeavors.
Portrait of an SHS Graduate
- Persistent: Graduate will persevere in the face of adversity to complete the task at hand.
- Adaptable and Productive Citizen: Graduates will act as productive citizen by demonstrating responsibility to their community and flexibility in fulfilling personal, professional, and community expectations.
- College and Career-Ready Scholar: Graduates will develop and manage a personal education and career plan, and demonstrate application of academic and technical competencies to a chosen career field.
- Critical and Innovative Problem-Solver: Graduates will understand the nature of problems, create innovate solutions, and make informed decisions by using critical and creative thinking, logical reasoning, analysis, inquiry, and problem-solving techniques.
- Ethical Decision Maker: Graduate will display personal and professional integrity by demonstrating leadership, effective decision-making, and ethical personal and professional management skills.
- Effective Communicator and Collaborator: Graduates will demonstrate leadership qualities through the ability to effectively communicate, collaborate, innovate, and think creatively.
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You and your 10th grader are invited to Future Junior Parent Night – an informational event featuring guests from the University of Oregon, Lane Community College, and various staff from Springfield High School – on June 1st from 6:00-8:00pm in the Springfield High School library. Topics to be covered include:
– Preparing for admission to 4-year college
– Preparing for admission to community college
– Understanding financial aid
– Summer Academy to Inspire Learning (SAIL) at UO
– ASPIRE Mentoring Program at SHS
– Smarter Balanced state tests / Essential Skills
– Taking the ACT
– Graduation requirements
– And more!
Please register if you plan to attend by clicking on the link below. Seats are limited and registering will help us plan accordingly.
Click here to access the link to register
Attention Seniors! If you would like to speak at graduation, listen up! There will be auditions on May 13th so have a speech written out and ready to be presented by then! If you have any questions, see Ms. Bottimore for more details.
Do you have your tickets? The annual SHS Athletic Auction takes place Friday, April 29, 5:30 at Willamalane. Contact Audrea Shelley or the SHS front office for tickets and more information.
April 20: Junior Parent Night-7:00 in the library. Information for juniors and their parents to help them prepare for senior year.
April 22: CMN Benefit. Plethora of Springfield/Eugene Talent-7:30 pm.
April 23: Prom 8:00-11:00 pm
April 29: Athletic Auction, Regional Sports Center 5:30 pm
May 3: Police/Fire Career Day. Sign up in the career center.
May 5-7 & 12-14: Musical Comedy Theater, “13” 7:30 in the auditorium.
We have wonderful people working at SHS and Kevin Rowan, Gladys Campbell, Lisa Dillon, Audrea Shelley, Candy Harshbarger, and Kristin Larsen have been nominated for the ACE Award. The event will be held on Tuesday, April 19, at the Hult Center. The reception and light refreshments will be at 5:00 pm and the awards ceremony will be from 6:00 to 7:30 pm. Please congratulate these folks for their hard work and dedication to our school!
The 2016 SHS Prom is just around the corner! Tickets are on sale in the attendance foyer and cost $25 for a single and $40 for a couple. This year’s prom will be held at the UO Ford Alumni Center (1720 E. 13th Avenue) from 8:00-11:00 and has a masquerade theme!
We are in the process of sharing information with students and getting them ready to forecast their course choices for next year. Counselors are going out to all the middle schools this week to present about the great options here at SHS. Current SHS students will do a transcript review and then make course choices the week of April 11. Please talk with your student about their course options and how this fits into their long-term educational plan. The 2016-17 Curriculum Guide is also available on our website.
Click here to check out the Register Guard article about Senator Ron Wyden’s visit to SHS to see our Auto Technology program in action!
Click here to see the KEZI news story!
Congratulations Marcus M. on winning the SHS Talent Show. Gift cards, prom tickets, SHS Theatre tickets and Superhero themed goodies were among the items won. Check out his Beatbox skills on the SHS Theatre FB page.