Boarding School and Day School Facts

Boarding School and Day School Facts


Through inquiry and experiential learning, Springdale Preparatory School guides young people to create, think critically, cultivate global literacy, and shape purpose-filled lives.


Lifelong Learning.  As our students build on what they learn each day, they become lifelong learners who take every opportunity to advance their minds. They are taught to be inquisitive, ask questions, and strive for answers. They understand that learning never ends and they are prepared to learn for a lifetime, at Springdale, in college and in their adult lives.

Respect. All aspects of life at Springdale reflect an immense sense of respect. This begins with a student’s respect for himself and his peers while at work and at play. Respect for elders, whether faculty, administration, and other school professionals or those outside of the school walls, like interscholastic opponents, family members and others in the community.

Innovation.  Students at Springdale Preparatory School become innovators. They don’t just hear about learning, they experience it. Transformational learning lets students recreate moments in history or make models to demonstrate theories. It’s this innovative model that enables all students to be thinkers and doers as they develop their own revolutionary ways to build a better world.


Focus: College Preparatory

School Type: Co-Educational

Campus: 21 Acres

Enrollment Options: Day, 5-Day Boarding, 7-Day Boarding

Grades: 7-12 Boarding; 5-12 Day

Enrollment Capacity: 150 Day School Students, 200 Boarding Students

Dress Code: Formal Uniform

Faculty: 90 Percent with Advanced Degrees

Student-Faculty Ratio: 10:1

Application Deadline: Rolling

Head of School: Johnny Graham