High School

Grades 9 - 12
2800 E. George Richey Road
Phone: 903-446-3300
Fax: 903-323-7766

High School

For important announcements concerning the district, check the Announcements section of the district home page! Also, check the Weekly Bulletin for scheduled events

Fall Exam Schedule
For students exempt from ALL classes during final exams, either the 19th, 20th or both days: You are REQUIRED to come during attendance time from 10:15 until 10:45 in the gym. If you do not come, you will receive an unexcused absence, and this could affect your exemptions.

Principal's Blog

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Check out our awesome CTE classes,
including Accounting 1 & 2, A/V Productions, BIM, Career Prep 1 & 2, Digital Media, Family & Consumer Sciences, Health Sciences, Metal Shop, Money Matters, Principles of Business, Robotics, UIL Math-Science, Wood Shop, and MORE.

Through Skyward, parents can be notified by e-mail of the following (High School only):

  • If the student's grade falls below a certain level
  • If the student is absent
  • Progress reports updated daily, weekly, or monthly

To access this, parents can go to Family Access, click on E-Mail Notification, and follow the prompts.

Spring Hill High School Statement:
It is the goal of Spring Hill High School to equip all students with the tools needed to not only be successful in life but make an impact on the global society. We do this through an increase of course offerings, creating rigorous instructional experiences, and making service opportunities available to our students. In order to accomplish this it is very important for our students to have strong relationships with their peers, teachers, community members, and families. At Spring Hill High School we believe in excellence. Excellence will produce excellence.

Jayden TiptonJayden Tipton - Student of the Month

Informational Links

Anti-Bullying* Rules - Bully Report Form
Bell Schedule / Pep Rally Schedule
Campus Improvement Plan
Career & Technology Education
Code of Conduct
Course Descriptions - High School
Course Selections Guide - High School
Drug Test Policy
Exemption Policy
Extra-Curricular / Co-Curricular Transportation Waiver
Graduation Plans
House Bill 5
School Report Card


* Bullying is when someone repeatedly and on purpose says or does mean or hurtful things to another person who has a hard time defending himself or herself. See the high school discipline management link for discipline procedures regarding bullying.





Rusty Robinett
Principal's Page


Terry Waldrep
Assistant Principal


Paige Childers
9th & 11th Counselor
Counselor's Page


Allison Bowles
10th & 12th Counselor
Counselor's Page


Jeanie McLemore


Cheryl Lentz


Sandra Baskin