The mission of each Springs Charter School is to empower students by fostering their innate curiosity, engaging their parents, and promoting optimum learning by collaboratively developing a personalized learning program for each student.

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December 17, 2014

Springs Students Featured in "Choices" Video

Four Springs students are featured in Choices, a new inspirational video featuring Dain Blanton, a U.S. gold medal winner in volleyball in the 2000 summer Olympics. 

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October 27, 2014

New 6th Grade Humanities Curriculum Introduced

Springs Charter Schools has created a new Humanities curriculum option for the 6th grade which blends English and Social Studies material through literature. 

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October 23, 2014

Daily Refreshment

The Daily Refreshment’s goal is to connect parents to our schools with something helpful for their students, coming to their email inboxes three times a week. It can be an upcoming festival in the community, an art competition, a fun book review, an inspirational quote or video, or the most inventive stuff to do with that leftover cardboard. We create these tidbits hoping you will find them useful, interesting, inspirational, fun, and quirky. Feel free to forward our Daily Refreshment to your family and friends, as well as sharing them on your social media.

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October 20, 2014

Murrieta Chamber Honors Two Springs Students

The Murrieta Chamber of Commerce has named two students of Springs Charter Schools Student of the Month for September and October 2014.

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September 19, 2014

Assistant Superintendent Believes Multi-Age Classes Offer Many Benefits

Springs Charter Schools offer 65 multi-age (combination) classes, which serve 1,600 students of all grades and locations. While they can be formed for practical reasons, they are often intentionally created because they fit in well with the Springs’ philosophy of personalized learning for their students, said Deb Essel, Springs’ Assistant Superintendent of Education.

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September 2, 2014

Why Choose a Charter School?

I remember the look in Brianna’s eyes. Her tiny six-year-old frame seemed too young to have the look of defeat. It appeared her former teacher had given up on her. As a first grade teacher at a Los Angeles charter school, I saw many cases like this over the years. The public school shared a campus with our charter school at the time when Brianna’s mother decided to remove her from the public school and enroll her in our charter school. Brianna’s mother wanted something different for her daughter, something that would engage her, something that would inspire her—she wanted her child to enjoy school again.

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