We’re here for you every step of the way.
Welcome and thank you for considering Spring Hill as your school home. We understand that choosing a school is a big decision and it is our hope to provide you with information that will help you feel confident in your choice. With our small class sizes we are able to support an academic range of students from those who are at or near grade level to those who are ready for more. Our admissions process focuses on getting to know your child and partnering with you to figure out what will work best for them.
Spring Hill students go on to have smooth transitions to middle school and we often hear from them years later that what they learned at Spring Hill continues to serve them. Whether you join our community at Kindergarten or transfer later on, everyone is welcomed and included from day one.
Steps to Take
To apply for admission to Spring Hill School, please follow the steps below. If you have any questions, call 831-427-2641 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re here for you every step of the way.
- Step 1: Connect with us. Visit the Tour page to schedule an in-person tour, connect via Zoom or to set up a phone call.
- Step 2: Submit an application. Download the application forms and submit them with the requested materials.
- Step 3*: Getting to know your child. Once the application is received, you will be contacted to schedule a shadow day if school is in session, or a time for your child to meet with a teacher.
*Meetings with teachers for Kindergarten through 6th grade include a combination of games, conversation and activities appropriate to age and grade. These will help us understand placement in various subjects and developmental areas. We do our best to make these meetings as stress-free as possible.
Spring Hill does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, medical condition or disability in its admissions or in the administration of its educational policies, scholarship and financial aid programs or athletic and other school-administered programs.