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Welcome to the Spring-FordáArea High Schoolá
Office Hours: 7:00 AM - 4:00 PMááááááááááááááááááááááááááááááááááááááááááááááááááááááááááááááááááááááááááááááá 9th Grade Building - 610-705-6011
School Hours: Doors Open 7:00 AM , Classes 7:40 AM - 2:20 PMááááááááááááááááááááááááá 10th thru 12th Building - 610-705-6001
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á Spring-Ford Senior High's philosophy is based on the premise that all students should be provided with opportunities to acquire the knowledge and develop the skills essential to survive and prosper in a changing world. The school encourages students to recognize both their needs and abilities and to develop appropriate skills guided by the expertise of the professional staff. The school has a duty to educate and to motivate students in developing their inherent potential for effective use in higher education, vocations, and avocational interests.á Spring-Ford also has an obligation to awaken all students to their responsibilities to society and to prepare concerned and functioning citizens who will base judgments on sound, critical standards, who will make logical decisions, and who will shape their society with enthusiasm, and with discretion. The school encourages all students to develop self-confidence and value themselves as individuals, knowing that a positive self-image is the foundation of responsible citizenship and humane acceptance of those who differ in their cultural heritage. Finally, the school endeavors to create an environment in which the goals of quality education can be attained for the benefit of the students it educates and the community it serves.
Goals
1. Continue the development of essential learning.
2. Select academic challenges, choose co-curricular activities, and examine vocational opportunities which best meet their individual needs and interests.
3. Develop attitudes and values which promote self-discipline and responsible citizenship.
4. Develop the self-confidence and self-esteem necessary for independent thought and action.
5. Recognize their potential and strive to achieve it.
6. Understand their democratic heritage with its balance of privilege, duty, and responsibility.
7. Acquire good health and safety practices conducive to their well-being.
8. Study and learn in a safe, supportive, and pleasant school environment.
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