Robertson County Schools Expect Success!

Registration Information for 2014-2015

Course Offerings 2014-2015

Course Catalog 2014-2015

Dual Enrollment Info



5240 Hwy. 76E

Springfield, TN 37172

Phone:  (615) 384-3516

Fax:  (615) 384-5484

Dr. Justin Grimes, Principal

Website Clipart: facebook.bmp



Upcoming Events at Springfield High:



Thursday, July 24th:

Freshman Orientation / Open House

Doors open at 5:00


English Summer Readings


Saturday, September 20:


2nd Annual Golf Scramble hosted by SHS Softball and Baseball Teams.  For more info, click here.

 For a calendar of school and athletic events, please click on calendars in the left margin.





Graduation pictures from 2014 graduation will be available for purchase at:

Senior pictures for the 2015 graduating class will be taken on July 1st and July 2nd in Springfield. Information regarding appointment times will be mailed individually to your homes.

For more info on Senior Pictures, contact LifeTouch at 628-8600.

Summer school dates are June 3rd-June 27th. If your child fails a class he/she will need to repeat that course in summer school. Please contact the Guidance Department for more information.

Doing GREAT things at SHS!

Recently, SHS's ROTC unit was awarded the Distinguished Unit Award by Headquarters AFJROTC at Maxwell AFB, AL.  Congrats to these young men and women!


Good luck to SHS Mock Trial team as they compete for Nationals in Wisconsin!!!  Their first competition was Friday, May 9th at 9:00 am.  Will post follow-ups on the outcome.....

Mock Trial: mock_trial_wis.jpg


Springfield High School celebrated their annual Senior Awards night, Monday May 5th. This year's Springfield High School Senior Class was awarded just over $4.6 million in scholarships. Way to go class of 2014!!!




Congratulations to Logan Binkley.  He was selected from a host of students to attend the Tennessee Society of Certified Public Accountants this summer at Lipscomb University. The TSCPA Accounting Academy is an extraordinary four-day camp that provides students firsthand experience on the diverse fields in accounting and to learn more about what it takes to become a CPA. The camp is free for students to attend and is sponsored by the generous support of TSCPA members and their accounting firms.  This is an outstanding opportunity as Logan prepares to study accounting when he attends college.



Click Here for past and other Doing GREAT Things at SHS!

SHS Athletics



Concussion Form to be signed by parents

and athletes of ALL sports



Springfield High in the Community



Click here to watch current videos from WSHS-TV Channel 19 online!



Fox17's Homework Hotline


poster courtesy of Chelsea Frase, SHS junior

SHS Student Handbook

News from the Jackets' Nest

Registration Information:

Letter to Parents/Students



For all videos that you have seen on our site, you can click here to see them again.  Thank you to Mr. Hill's Media Arts class for creating these videos.

Medication Form:

If a student requires prescription medication during the school day, this medication form must be completed by the doctor and parent and returned to the school nurse.  Students are not to carry medications unless they are emergency inhalers or epi-pens and the Dr. specifies on the Rx that they are responsible and capable to  carry them.  All others medications are to be kept in the clinic and should be brought in by an adult.  OTC meds. must be received in a new, unopened container and have a note of consent. 

Summer trip to Peru information:

For information about the trip visit and use tour number 1599378AM.



Alumni Corner!


SHS Alum Honored for Contributions in Journalism


Jan Diehm, a 2005 graduate of Springfield High School, was honored by Western Kentucky University for her outstanding contributions in journalism.  At the 63rd annual WKU Student Publications Homecoming Breakfast, Diehm was named the College Heights Herald Award recipient for 2013.  Diehm is the Infographics Editor at the Huffington Post in New York City where she heads a small team of visual journalists who are responsible for creating data-driven graphics. She previously was the lead designer at the Center for American Progress, a progressive think-tank in Washington, DC.  While there, Diehm’s work was shared online by President Barack Obama, Planned Parenthood, singer Alicia Keys and actress Eva Longoria.  Diehm also worked for the Baltimore Sun and the Hartford Courant and was responsible for designing coverage around the killing of Osama Bin Laden and the University of Connecticut men’s basketball team’s NCAA championship run.

Diehm studied photojournalism/editorial journalism with a focus on design while at Western Kentucky.  Under Diehm’s direction as Editor-in-Chief, WKU’s College Heights Herald newspaper earned a national Pacemaker award, considered to be the Pulitzer Prize of college journalism.  Diehm was named Student Journalist of the Year by the Kentucky Intercollegiate Press Association in 2009 and 2010.  Diehm credits the journalism program at Springfield High School, and especially retired SHS teacher Judy Stanley, for igniting her passion for journalism.  She started her career as a high school sophomore, covering school sports for the Robertson County Times.



Regular schedule:

 Early Class: 6:45-8:07

 1st: 8:15-9:37

 X-time: 9:43-10:13

 2nd: 10:19-11:41

 3rd: 11:47-1:47

 4th 1:53-3:15


1 Hour Late:

1st: 9:15-10:25

 2nd: 10:31-11:41

 3rd: 11:47-1:47

 4th 1:53-3:15


2 Hour Late:

1st: 10:15-10:55

 2nd: 11:01-11:41

 3rd: 11:47-1:47

 4th 1:53-3:15


Early Dismissal Days:

1st: 8:15-9:21

 2nd: 9:27-10:31

 4th 10:37-11:41

 3rd: 11:47-1:47


Lunches are always the same:

A: 11:47-12:17

B: 12:17-12:47


D: 1:17-1:47



Statement of Non-Discrimination

The Robertson County School System does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, religion or marital status, in training, activities or employment practices in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and the Americans with Disabilities Acts of 1997 and 2004


SHS Mission Statement
Our mission is to create a safe and challenging environment where students will learn, achieve and demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to master the standards set by Robertson County Schools and the Tennessee State Board of Education.



Vision Statement:
Our vision is to graduate all students prepared with the knowledge, skills, and competence needed for the next step in their educational process and for the challenges in a diverse, complex society.