In 1887 a small building was erected next to a hill with a stream coming from it, hence the name “Spring Hill”. The site selected was a mile south of the present school, with 65 students enrolled. The first graduating class was in 1943. In 1933 a new brick building was built at the current site of the school.
At that time a Teacherage was also built to house the family of the Superintendent and unmarried female teachers. This was during the Oil Boom when the safety and well being of the teachers were an important factor. The Teacherage has been converted to a museum for Spring Hill Schools. To visit the Teacherage or for a small fee you may view during class reunions please contact Annette Odom Wolverton; email@example.com.
Spring Hill Alumni Association
PO Box 10061
Longview, TX 75608
Our Mission is to promote and provide for the common interests of Spring Hill Alumni. This is to be accomplished maintaining the heritage of Spring Hill Schools through scholarships annually to graduating students of Spring Hill High School and through the Alumni Museum housing historical items that relate to the Spring Hill Schools.
We are working to build a database of each graduating class.
Please contact us with Name (maiden), mailing address, phone, email and graduating class or years attended.
Spring Hill Alumni
Keeping in Touch with the Past, Present, and Future