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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February 22, 2017

Priority Program Transfers for returning Spring’s students

This is the information you have been waiting for regarding Priority Program Transfers for returning Spring’s students. The date for currently enrolled families to have priority in transferring their student(s) to a different program for the 17/18 school year is March 22, 2017.

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February 13, 2017

Casa Montessori Academy Science Fair

The Murrieta Student Center Casa Montessori Academy’s annual student science fair was a big success, reported Julia Krisel, vice principal of the Center, who organized the fair along with teacher Katie Hoppe. 

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February 13, 2017

Student Artist of the Month: Andrea Carrillo

Andrea Carrillo, age 12, is in the 7th grade and lives in South Ontario. She has been in the Homeschool program for two years, a program which she says has been working “perfectly” for her.

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February 9, 2017

Springs CTE Students Compete

Six Springs Career Technical Education (CTE) students traveled to San Bernardino Valley College to compete in the SkillsUSA Region 6 Technical Skills event, a regional competition representing over 100 technical and leadership skills contests.

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February 6, 2017

Riverside Student Center Takes First in Robotics Competition

Middle school students in the Riverside Student Center Mosaic Program’s First Lego League elective class won 1st place in the Core Values award category at Legoland, reported Ron Adkins, the team’s coach. 

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January 23, 2017

Hemet Students Enjoy Hands-on Entomology Presentation

High school students at the Hemet Student Centers enjoyed a hands-on entomology presentation. Graduate students from UC Riverside’s entomology department visited the school with stick bugs, large cockroaches, and tarantulas, some of which the students were able to handle.

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