Resource from Springwood School
As a college preparatory school, Springwood is dedicated to providing quality education in a nurturing environment, focusing on mind, body, and spirit.
Springwood School stresses the mental, social, physical, and spiritual development of all students. The highest ideals of character and integrity help to develop students who will become responsible citizens and contribute to the betterment of society. Springwood emphasizes academic priorities through the college preparatory curriculum while promoting a self-disciplined, self-reliant approach to studies. Daily devotional is a part of each school day. Special programs emphasizing spiritual and positive character development take place throughout the year.
Springwood believes in preparing young women and men to seize their futures with confidence and passion as they go forward to make meaningful contributions to our community and the world.
Springwood School began in 1970 under the direction of the Chattahoochee Valley Educational Foundation. The school began operation with one classroom building and an enrollment of 161 students in grades 1-9. In each of the next three years another grade was added. In 1971, the school added a gymnasium/classroom building. Growth continued with a high school building in 1973 and the first graduating class of 22 students. Springwood added a kindergarten program and building in 1974, and a stadium in 1981. In 1985 a child development program was added. The addition of the Fine Arts Center during the same year provided more opportunities for students in the areas of drama, art, music, and computer. A Primary School building was built in 1993, with a capacity of 120 children. In 1998 the Child Development Center opened with a capacity of 180 students. Since then, the Springwood family has worked tirelessly to add and update necessary facilities and resources from new baseball/softball fields in 2001 to new buses in 2009.
Springwood recently renovated the Primary School building into an International Student Residence. The International House of Springwood opened in August of 2018 and may house 30-36 students and several staff. With separate male and female living areas, the House includes space for dining, studying and relaxing.
Springwood was founded in 1970 as an Independent college preparatory K-12 day School
In 2018 Springwood became a 9th—12th grade international student boarding school
Current Enrollment: 281 students
9th-12th Enrollment: 137 students
30 International students: 22% of high school student population
Campus: 7 buildings located on 46 beautiful acres including outstanding athletic facilities and our new residence—Springwood International House– 32 student bed facility
At Springwood School, students are taught to strive for academic excellence and to learn an appreciation for the hard work that goes into achieving.
100% of Springwood graduates attend college. Springwood trains students to succeed in the most selective colleges and universities in the country.
Springwood seniors qualify for numerous higher education scholarships and competitive financial awards each year.
From small class sizes and top notch faculty, to first class academic and enrichment programs, a Springwood education, will help students succeed no matter where life leads them.
Recognition / Awards
2018 –2019 AISA President’s Award –award received 4 times in the last 5 years
AISA Blue Ribbon School Designation—received 8 consecutive years (2012—2019)
Springwood School Accreditations
Southern Association of Independent Schools
Southern Association of Colleges & Schools
Springwood is dedicated to creating an environment that allows our students to flourish as team members and individuals.
To accommodate interests of all students, Springwood offers 31 clubs, organizations, and teams.
Springwood students discover the importance of community involvement and citizenship, as well as teamwork and sportsmanship.
Springwood students are: singers, softball players, artists, dancers, runners, basketball and football players, scholars, thespians, mathematicians, interested in foreign languages, computer technology, community service, and much, much, more.