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General Information


Located in Longview, Texas, Spring Hill ISD provides a learning community that is based on traditional values and progressive education. Spring Hill, a part of District 16-3A, serves over 1900 students on four campuses. Our High School campus services 9th-12th grades, the Junior High serves 6th-8th grades, the Intermediate School serves 3rd-5th grades, and the Primary School services kindergarten through 2nd grade. TEA's Accountability List by District and Academic Excellence Indicator System reports for previous school years are available online. Spring Hill ISD is a Highly Qualified District as defined by the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001.Spring Hill ISD, located in North Longview, has four campuses with a current student population in excess of 1,900.

Spring Hill ISD benefits from strong community support and participation in the City of Longview Partners in Prevention: Action Committee Against Underage Drinking, Adopt a School Partnership of Longview, Media Committee, Mentoring Advisory Council, and Red Ribbon Week. The district also participates in the Longview Partnership Education Committee, GLOBE Scholars, and Longview Beautification Association.

Spring Hill Mission:
As the center of our community, Spring Hill ISD is committed to the fulfillment of each learner’s intellectual, creative and physical potential through the collaborative efforts of exceptional educators, dedicated parents and integrated rigorous instruction provided in a safe environment.

Spring Hill Vision:
Our vision is to be a premier school district focused on engaged learning and student success.

 

Other District Information:

Parent Access to Grades and Attendance: Skyward Family

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You must have a current e-mail address on file with SHISD to receive instructions necessary to access Skyward Family, the parent-access component of the district's gradebook and attendance program. You may contact a campus secretary for more information.

Skyward Mobile App

 

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