Spring Hill is a private, non-profit school where the talents of bright, motivated and gifted children are recognized, nurtured and developed to their full potential.The school’s accelerated and enriched curriculum supports academic success and fosters a spirit of inquisitiveness and creativity.
This is only a brief introduction to our school. We invite you to find out for yourself "What Makes a Great School Great!" Please call us at (831) 427-2641 to learn more about our school or to schedule a time to meet our teachers and staff, visit the campus and see the students in action. School begins on August 29 for the 2012-2013 school year.
Accreditation and Affiliations
Spring Hill School is fully accredited by the Schools Commission of the Western Association of Schools and
Spring Hill School a Nationally Recognized Blue Ribbon School. This one-time award earned in 2004, was granted to Spring Hill for academic excellence and places the school in the top 10 percent of elementary schools nationwide.
Spring Hill School is a member of the California Association for the Gifted (CAG)
Spring Hill School Shines at 2013 County Science Fair
Among the winners from the 2013 Science Fair is Spring Hill School
sixth grader Audrey Webb, who is advancing to the state and national
science events with her study of the effects of GMO papaya on the
longevity and fertility of fruit flies. She took first place in
Medicine & Health at the Santa Cruz County Science Fair. She is the
second place overall winner in her division.
In the Elementary
Division, Spring Hill is celebrating the efforts of Calder Leppitsch ,
third place Cognitive Science; Lily Ellis, second place Medicine &
Health; Jack Pecoraro, first place Physics & Astronomy; and Molly
Sharfstein, first place Environmental Engineering.
The word is "congratulations"
Congratulations are in order for Audrey Webb (6ith grade) who took
second place elementary division of the Santa Cruz County Spelling Bee.
Middle School students raise money for Ashland trip
Enrollment Update for 2013-2014
The first enrollment deadline for the 2013-2014 school year has passed.
We are still enrolling students as space permits, but classes are
filling up - especially in the lower grades.
Round two of financial aid awards will be reviewed in early May and awarded late May. Contact Diane McCarthy
Spring Hill School to stay in Santa Cruz next year
The Spring Hill Board of Directors has announced that after much
consideration to purchase a campus in Aptos, they have decided to stay
at the current location for the next school year.