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Public & Private Institutions Of Learning
The Public School System: The Springfield Township Public School System serves students in prekindergarten through 12th grade. The educational environment is student centered with the children actively involved in their learning. Students are expected to master basic skills and apply them to problem solving. They are expected to use and apply technology. And they are expected to become lifelong learners who appreciate the diversity that surrounds them.
The school system is made up of 5 schools. One school, the Edward V. Walton Early Childhood Center, focuses on prekindergarten through 2nd grade. Here, hands-on learning and activities are emphasized in the classroom, and music, art, library and physical education enhance their development.
Two schools focus on grades 3 through 5: Thelma L. Sandmeier Elementary School and James Caldwell Elementary School. These schools provide a challenging learning environment in the core subject areas and further enhance each student's development through music, art, library health and physical education classes.
The two elementary schools come together at the Florence M. Gaudineer Middle School. Here, students are offered the opportunity to "participate, enjoy and be successful in academic and extra-curricular activities."
The Jonathan Dayton High School, serving grades 9 through 12, makes up the final school in the Springfield Public School System. This school is named after Jonathan Dayton, a signer of the United States Constitution. The school offers a comprehensive, rigorous set of courses and activities, including honors classes, 13 AP classes, 21 varsity sports and 35 clubs to provide a well-rounded education.
Private and Parochial Schools Near Springfield: There are many excellent private and parochial schools in the area. Some of those options are: