Office Hours: 7:00 a.m – 4:00 p.m.
School Hours: 7:20 a.m. – 2:27 p.m.
Power Monday Hours: 7:55 a.m. – 2:27 p.m.
Half Day Hours: 7:25 a.m. – 11:55 p.m.
Power Monday Dates
Mission and Vision Statements
Spring Station is a community where students become independent, lifelong learners by developing their character, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills. All members of the community will cultivate the knowledge that anything is possible through the use of technology, innovative teaching, and collaborative learning within a safe, respectful environment.
Spring Station exists to educate, engage, and nurture each student through meaningful experiences, positive relationships, and character development.
Spring Station Middle School was established in 2010 for the purpose of educating, engaging, and nurturing each student through meaningful experiences, positive relationships, and character development. Serving students in the cities of Spring Hill and Thompson’s Station, we are a community where students become independent, lifelong learners by developing their character, critical thinking, and problem solving skills. All members of the community will cultivate the knowledge that anything is possible through the use of technology, innovative thinking, and collaborative learning within a safe, respectful environment.
History of the Mustang
The school was named: Spring Station Middle School. The principal was named: Paula Pulliam. The colors were named: royal purple and gold. However, Spring Station Middle School was without a mascot. With hornet, panthers, eagles, dragons, cheetahs, lizards, and alligators all prowling the school mascot landscape in the Thompson’s Station/Spring Hill area, a search began for something that would stand as a representative symbol of Spring Station Middle School and all that it would become. The search party was formed of students, parents, and teachers – those who would soon become a part of the Spring Station Middle School family. Many suggestions were presented, and many votes were tallied, but one name stood majestically above the rest, and on March 1, 2010, Spring Station Middle School became the Home of the Mustangs.
With the new symbol of Spring Station Middle School now in place, a logo needed to be created that would grace various components of the school, which included center court in the new gymnasium. Working with the help of other Spring Station teachers, the school’s art teacher, Katie Jones, brought to life the stunning representation of Spring Station Middle School’s mascot that you see below.
Though the Mustang is the symbol of our school, the heart and soul of Spring Station Middle School is you, the student body and our extended Mustang family, and we’re so glad that you’re here!