Welcome to Springville Junior High School

The mission of Springville Junior High School is: "To ensure high levels of learning for all students, by being responsible citizens, effective communicators, and successful learners."


  • Shared responsibility for education belongs to students, parents, the school and community.
  • Optimal learning takes place in a caring environment characterized by respect, trust and high expectations.
  • Active engagement in the learning process leads to student success.
  • Instructional improvement is accomplished through disciplined reflection and informed change.
  • Student potential is realized through multiple curricular and extra-curricular opportunities.
  • Critical thinking and problem solving skills should be taught across the curriculum. 

Spectacular Student Teachers of Science!

Article by Jocelynn Garner - SJHS Student Staff Writer

Tall, beautiful, young, magestic creatures lurk around Mr. Bass’ classroom, but don’t worry it’s just Ms. Carey and Ms. Merrill. They are the student teachers. Their job is to learn how to teach a class one day, and help the teacher they are shadowing. Unfortunately they’re leaving after spring break of this year.

Cool Knight of SJHS: Cooper Acor

Article by Micah Schmitz - SJHS Student Staff Writer

Springville Junior High may seem like a little school, in a relatively smallish town, but some of our very own students have done some great things, for example, 7th Grader, Cooper Acor, was invited by Representative Francis Gibson to the State Capital on Tuesday to lead the House of Representatives in the Pledge of Allegiance on the House Floor. Cooper was extended the invitation after he responded to an email Gibson had sent to his constituents asking for a volunteer.

Rise of the Planet of the 9th Graders

Article by Trey Widtfeldt, SJHS Student Staff Writer

Sevies turn into 8th graders, and, eventually, through much aggravating elective classes and maybe some irritated teachers, they turn into 9th graders, in other words, high schoolers. But wait, aspiring 9th grader! You’re still tethered to SJHS! There is but another year that you must take before ascending to education heaven.