Welcome to Springboro High School, a 2011 National Blue Ribbon School.

The epicView takes a look at Springboro High School.

Click on this video for a discussion about SHS course offerings, the student Code of Conduct and learning environment at SHS.


PULSE Parent Meetings Begin October 1

All parents/guardians of SHS students are welcome to attend meetings PULSE meetings. PULSE stands for Parents Understanding, Listening, Speaking & Encouraging. It is a great opportunity to talk with the SHS principals and learn more about the school.

2015-2016 SHS PULSE Meeting Dates

PULSE meets from 10-11:30 a.m. in the AP Conference Room.

October 1        November 5        December 3

January 21        February 25        March 24        April 21


Congratulations SHS!

Newsweek magazine named Springboro High School as one of only 33 high schools in Ohio on its list of the Top 500 High Schools in the entire country. SHS came in at #399 on the list with data from 2013-2014. We look for SHS to continue to rise in the ranks as more students take advantage of AP courses, Honors courses, dual-credit courses, and all that SHS has to offer in the years to come!



PSAT Registration Information

We will begin sign ups for the PSAT the week of September 14.  Registration will be open to Juniors from Sept 14 -18, Sophomores Sept 21 & 22, and Freshmen Sept 23.  There are a limited number of tests and spots will be granted on a first come, first served basis.  Juniors will receive priority.  The cost is $25, check made payable to Springboro High School.  Payment must be received at the time of registration.


Program of Studies

Take a look at our Program of Studies for the 2015-2016 school year.  Find out about the classes you will be taking in the fall!  We look forward to your return in August of 2015.


Congratulations SHS EPIC Teacher of the Year: Jack Hanson!

The Springboro Schools’ District Parent Council (DPC) developed the EPIC Award to recognize teachers and staff who Engage, Prepare, Inspire, and Challenge students. This year's nominations extended from preschool through high school and from nearly all subject areas. “The common theme throughout all of the nominations was that these are professionals who exhibit leadership, sincerity, and truly innovative, student-centered teaching,” said Todd Petrey, Superintendent. To see the full news release, click here.

Congratulations Jack Hanson!

Learn more about taking Advanced Placement classes.



Click here for the list of AP courses offered at SHS.