WELCOME TO THE SPRING-FORD AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT
Welcome to the Spring-Ford Area School District homepage. We have created this site to showcase our student accomplishments and be a source of current information. As you navigate our website, it is our hope that your experience will help promote student, family and community involvement in our District. Whether you are looking for sports schedules, building events or general information about the Spring-Ford Area School District, we believe it will be evident that “Spring-Ford is MAKING EVERY DAY COUNT.”
Enjoy and thank you for visiting us.
Dr. David Goodin
ANNUAL BMI NOTIFICATION
Your child’s yearly growth screening information (BMI) is now available on Skyward Family Access. To view your child’s information, please select your child’s name, click on the tab “Health Info”, Click on “Display Options” and choose “Show Physical Exams”.
If you have any questions regarding this information please contact your building nurse.
SPRING-FORD SUMMER BAND LESSONS
All students in the Spring-Ford Area School District who are currently studying band instruments have the option of participating in a 5 week private lesson program during the summer break. Students studying any of the band instruments, interested in picking up a secondary instrument, or switching instruments are encouraged to participate. The benefits of summer study are tremendous, and private lessons will ensure continued musical growth throughout the summer months!
Student participants will receive one half-hour private lesson a week for up to five weeks at a cost of $20 per half-hour lesson. The series of five weekly private lessons are taught by the Spring-Ford Instrumental Music Teachers will begin Tuesday June 23, 2015 and will conclude on Thursday July 23, 2015.
Click here to learn more and to register!
THE WASHINGTON POST SELECTS SPRING-FORD AREA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL AS A ONE OF “AMERICA’S MOST CHALLENGING HIGH SCHOOLS”
Spring-Ford Area High School (SFAHS) students and staff continue to receive national recognition for outstanding work, most recently as the school made The Washington Post’s 2015 list of America’s Most Challenging High Schools.
The Washington Post ranks schools through an index formula that’s a simple ratio: the number of Advanced Placement (AP) exams and/or International Baccalaureate and Advanced International Certificate of Education tests given at a school each year, divided by the number of seniors who graduated that year. A ratio of 1.000 means the school had as many tests as graduates. SFAHS has seen an increase in the number of AP exams that students elect to participate in, making their ratio 1.250 in 2015.
Congratulations to our students and staff!
COOL SCHOOL 2015 REGISTRATION
Registration for COOL SCHOOL 2015 opened on May 1!
Click here to view the COOL SCHOOL Catalog for and for a complete listing of courses, course descriptions, an easy to use course chart and registration form.
Click here for online registration.
Click here to print the registration form, or pick up a copy from your child’s home school’s office (available by request only).
NEWSWEEK SELECTS SPRING-FORD AREA HIGH SCHOOL AS ONE OF AMERICAS TOP HIGH SCHOOLS!
We are excited to announce that Spring-Ford Area High School was named by Newsweek as one of America’s Top High Schools! Spring-Ford Area High School was ranked in the top 500 out of 14,000 schools across the country, and one of only 42 high schools in Pennsylvania. Please join us in celebrating this great news by congratulating our students and staff! Spring-Ford Area School District is making every day count!
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