Springwood Highlights


**AISA PRESIDENT’S AWARD - SEDOND CONSECUTIVE YEAR*
**AISA BLUE RIBBON SCHOOL - FIFTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR**

 

Academic Achievements 2015-16

  • Springwood School Earned SAIS Re-Accreditation
  • Class of 2016 received over $1.5 million in College Scholarships
  • 100% of Springwood Graduates accepted to college of their choice
  • AISA All-State Academic Team selection
  • Presbyterian Fellow recipients (4)
  • Furman Scholars (5)
  • AISA High School Scholar’s Bowl State Champions (5th straight year)
  • AISA State Scholar’s Bowl Tournament Individual High Scorer 
  • NAQT National Championship HS Scholar’s Bowl Tournament qualifier (3rd straight year)
  • NAQT National Scholar’s Bowl Tournament 10th highest Individual Scorer and All-Star
  • AISA District VI High School Scholar’s Bowl Champions (10th straight year)
  • Southern Union Scholar’s Bowl Tournament-1st place and Individual High Scorer


  • AISA Junior High Scholar’s Bowl State Runner-Up
  • AISA District VI Middle School Scholar’s Bowl Champions
  • Alabama Scholastic Challenge Middle School Scholar’s Bowl qualifier
  • AISA State Technology Fair awards (8)
  • State Geography Bee semifinalist
  • AISA State Junior High Math Team Competition participants
  • AISA District VI High School Math Competition - 2nd place and individual State qualifier
  • AISA District VI Junior High Math Competition Champions and State participant
  • Alabama Stock Market Game awards (6)
  • AISA State Spelling Bee qualifier
  • AISA District VI Spelling Bee participants (10)
  • Duke Tip Qualifiers in Grades 4-7 (24)
  • BEST Robotics District Awards (5)
  • Elementary Science Olympiad awards (4)
  • National Honor Society inductees (9)
  • Junior Scholars inductees (8)

Athletic Achievements 2015-16

  • AISA Football All-Stars (2)
  • AISA Varsity Football State qualifier
  • Opelika-Auburn News Finalist for AISA Lineman of the Year
  • Opelika-Auburn News All-Area Football team selections (7)
  • Faulkner University Football Scholarship
  • AISA All-Star Cheerleaders (5)
  • AISA State Cross Country Junior Varsity State Meet qualifiers
  • AISA State Varsity Boys Cross Country State Meet qualifiers
  • AISA 2A Girls Basketball State Champions
  • AISA Girls Basketball State All-Tournament MVP
  • AISA Girls Basketball State All-Tournament team members (3)
  • AISA Girls Basketball All-Stars (2)
  • Lady Wildcats Basketball (30-0) 1st Undefeated Season in School History
  • Opelika-Auburn News Girls Basketball Player of the Year
  • Opelika-Auburn News Girls Basketball Coach of the Year
  • Opelika-Auburn News All-Area Girls Basketball selections (2)



  • Alabama Sports Writers Association Girls Basketball Player of the Year
    University of West Alabama Women’s Basketball Scholarship
  • AISA Varsity Boys Basketball Team Region Quarter Finals participant
  • AISA State Varsity Baseball Semi-finals - 2nd consecutive year
  • Alabama Sports Writers Association AISA All-State Baseball Team (2)
  • AISA State Softball qualifier
  • AISA All-Star Softball player
  • AISA State Track & Field State Champions in 800 Meter Run & in 3200 Meter Relay
  • AISA JV Track & Field State Champs in 3200 Meter Run, 100 Meter Dash, and Shot Put
  • AISA JV Track & Field State Runner-up in 400 Meter Dash and Discus
  • AISA State Boy’s Tennis Individual #1 Seed State runner-up
  • AISA State Boy’s Tennis Tournament – 3rd place
  • AISA Varsity Boy’s Tennis Region Championship – 4th consecutive year
  • AISA State Golf qualifiers
 

Community Service 2015-16

  • Seniors participated in first-ever International Missions Trip to the Dominican Republic
  • Volunteers completed 30 Service Projects on 11th Annual Wildcat Workday
  • Springwood held weekly “Sessions” assemblies for High School students and faculty
  • SGA supported Sole Food Ministries, a State SGA project


  • Springwood Juniors involved in Service Projects throughout AL and GA during Interim
    Springwood hosted an Annual Blood Drive
  • Springwood hosted a Veteran’s Day Program with Keynote Speaker Senator Gerald Dial
  • Participated in “PINK OUT” in support of Breast Cancer Awareness 
  • National “See You at the Pole” was observed by students and faculty
 

Fine Arts Achievements 2015-16

  • AISA State Honor Choir selections (8)
  • AISA State Art Show awards: 1st (1), 2nd (3), 3rd (2)
  • AISA State Elementary Choral Festival - 2 Excellent and 1 Superior ratings
  • AISA District VI Art Show – 2 Best of Shows
  • AISA District VI Art Show – 15 pieces of art qualified for State; 38 total ribbons
  • AISA State Honor Band Competition (5) and Troy University Honor Band (2)

  • AISA State Drama Festival—All-Star Cast selections (2) and 3rd in Duet Acting
  • AISA District Drama Competition - 2nd in the Duet Acting
  • Walter Trumbauer State Festival selections (4)
  • Walter Trumbauer District award recipients (4 plus cast & crew of Don’t Drink the Water)
  • Walter Trumbauer District All Star Cast (3), plus Best Actress and Best Supporting Actor 

AISA DISTRICT VI includes:

  • Chambers Academy
  • Edgewood School
  • Glenwood School
  • Holy Cross Episcopal School
  • Lee-Scott Academy
  • Lyman Ward Military Academy
  • Macon East Academy
  • Saint James School
  • Springwood School
  • The Montgomery Academy
  • Trinity Presbyterian School