will provide educational excellence for all.
will utilize technology and data to facilitate a collaborative and engaging learning environment. Our students will become lifelong learners with the critical thinking skills necessary to enter the global 21st century workplace.
We believe we are accountable for the learning and achievement of every student.
We believe in achieving with integrity.
We believe respect for self, others and school creates a safe environment for learning.
We believe collaborative and engaging learning environments promotes student success.
We believe higher-order thinking skills are necessary to develop problem-solving abilities.
SMHS Business Partners
Pam Neely - State Farm Insurance
Frankie McIntyre - United Bank
Eric Carper - Hagerstown Ford
As required by West Virginia Board Policy 4373, schools in our county are taking part in a short school climate survey during the window of October 3-14.
For students, the survey will be administered online in a school-based computer laboratory on a date selected by the principal of your child’s school. The survey will take about 10-15 minutes for students to complete.
The survey is anonymous. Students will not be asked to put their names on the survey. The results of this survey will be used to make changes in schools to ensure a positive climate for learning.
We would like all students to take part in the survey, but the survey is voluntary. You may contact your child’s school if you have questions. You also may request to see a copy of the survey at the school office.
Please contact your child’s school principal if you do not want your child to take the survey.
Drive 4 UR School
Senior T-Shirt Sale
***SMHS Start Time***
Students at Spring Mills High School will begin the school day at 7:20 AM.
Jessica Salfia, BCS Teacher of the Year
Congratulations to SMHS English teacher, Jessica Salfia! Mrs. Salfia was named Berkeley County Schools 2016 - 2017 Teacher of the Year.
SMHS 11th Grade Shot Requirements
Spring Mills High 11th Grade Parents: students will need additional shots of Tdap and MCV4 prior to beginning their senior year for 2016-2017. Please send documentation to school.
Four Spring Mills High School sophomores have been selected to attend the WV Hugh O'Brian Youth (WVHOBY) Leadership Seminar at Marshall University June 9-12, 2016. These students will participate in team building activities, panel discussions with state leaders, and community service projects. HOBY is designed to help these students reach their potential as leaders within their classes, school, and community.