School Updates

We are so excited to offer new after school activities beginning this fall!  Look for information about Aerospace Club, Competitive Robotics, and Girls Who Code.  Additional offerings will be announced soon....

We are pleased to welcome Mr. Tyrone Johnson, our new Dean of Students, to Springdale.  He will work closely with students and learning facilitators, as well as be part of our Student Services Support Team.  Welcome!...

We are excited to be moving into our new academic building at 1000 Green Valley Road!  Work and cleaning are nearly complete and we will be migrating our academic offices over the next several weeks.  We are excited to welcome participants in our summer programs...

Summer Send Off Open House Join us June 20 from 5-7pm at our new location at 1000 Green Valley Road, New Windsor to learn about Springdale's academic, athletic, and extracurricular programs! Questions? Call us at 855-405-8600. ...

Looking for volunteer opportunities this summer? Join Springdale Preparatory School at the HSP, Inc. Community Garden!  Tuesdays at 9am at the Community Garden in Westminster (off Monroe Ave, behind William Winchester Elementary). Students have planted a variety of crops, and now it is time to watch them grow.  Our harvest...

Students in English classes have several options for their final projects relating to poetry.  We look forward to hearing some of our budding poets at our May 31 assembly!...

In History, students have been learning about famous people and their contributions to history. Each student will have the opportunity to choose one historical figure to research. The research will take place at home and school.  At home, the students will either create a costume or create a...

Earlier this semester, each student wrote a report on a chosen biome.  For the celebration of learning, students will condense their reports into three slides.  The first will describe the biome, the second will describe the inhabitants of that biome and their various biological adaptations,...

This years COL Project, will be completing a colored pencil portrait on 12x16in paper.  The portrait reference should be gridded and students should be able to show that their drawing is proportional to their reference photo.  Pencil lines should be light as to not show...

We are excited about our upcoming celebrations of learning!  Students are hard at work on their final projects, which offer opportunities for summative assessment and reflection.  Students will present their projects in their classes. On May 31, we will hold a special all-school assembly to showcase...