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Student Board Member

The Board of Education invites interested incoming high school seniors to apply to become the 2021-2022 Student Board Member. One incoming senior will be chosen to serve during the upcoming school year. Applications and additional information can be found by visiting www.sps186.org/about/boe and clicking on the “Student Board of Education Member Application Information” tab on the left hand side of the page. Applications are being accepted through 4:30 p.m. on Friday, May 7, 2021. 

Wristbands to promote community unity

Cheree Morrison

Director of Secondary Schools & Programs


Jennifer Stapleton
Administrative Assistant

Secondary Schools & Programs

Springfield Public Schools offers a variety of programs and opportunities for students in grades 6 through 12. Nationally recognized programs such as AVID are offered at each of the five middle schools and all three high schools and Advanced Placement, dual credit, and honors courses are available at all three high schools. Programs are also available for career minded students through the Capital Area Career Center and our own Career andTechnical Education programs. Click on the titles to the left to find out more about the wonderful opportunities Springfield Public Schools offer for secondary education students. 

Mayor’s Youth Council

January 21, 2020   1 photo
Mayor’s Youth Council

Moving Up Ceremonies

June 10, 2019   6 photos

LMS Visits ISU

May 24, 2019   1 photo

IBEW Solar Panel Truck & Renewable Energy Museum at Southeast

May 22, 2019   5 photos

2019 COOP Banquet

May 20, 2019   26 photos

IBEW- Saturday CPR Certification

May 20, 2019   3 photos

IBEW - Solar Panel Prep and Install

May 14, 2019   14 photos

Representatives from the Mayor's Youth Council presented at the City Council

May 8, 2019   1 photo

Washington Middle School College & Career Fair

May 8, 2019   15 photos

7th grade frog dissection - examining external structures

May 2, 2019   10 photos

UIS Black History Month High School College Mixer

February 20, 2019   9 photos
The High school to college pipeline has some important impact in today’s America—especially when we are looking to stay globally competitive in today’s labor force.