The main goal of Spring Station Middle School is to provide an enriched academic environment that meets the diverse needs of our student population. In order to meet this goal, we provide sixth through eighth grade students with instruction in four core academic areas: language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies. Currently, eighth grade students may earn high school credit for algebra and foreign language.
For a specified period of time, students experience instruction in the following Related/Fine Arts programs: art, band, health, physical education, LEGO robotics, global perspectives, Spanish, technology, and theatre.
Teamwork and sportsmanship are fostered through participation in athletic programs. Students build healthy habits and lifelong friendships.
Participating in extracurricular activities helps develop well-rounded, socially skilled, and healthier students. Learn about clubs offered at Spring Station.
Visual Art, theatre and music classes are just a few of the ways that students can create, perform, develop, and showcase their artistic skills and talents.