Paul Fritz

Springtown High School4

Springtown, TX | Parker County

July 24, 2013


I loved this school. Great teachers, and GREAT focus on sports. It seem to most of the students that all is focused on is the football program, i think that if the same attention was put on other program such as the band or choir the school would be prefect for anyone who seems to go there. It also needs help with the focus not so much on sports but on the students and teachers itself. There is a very low drop out rate but that doesn't mean that the students there aren't struggling on a day to day bases. It is an over all great school and a great school district. I will miss attending there.

Submitted by a student

June 15, 2013


A great school with great people surrounding it. there is no bullying/crime making it a safe environment for anyone.

Submitted by a student

June 7, 2011


This school needs to focus on more after school activites other than just sports, hopefully with more of a variety this will put more interest in the kids minds.

June 2, 2011


Very low student to teacher ratio, smaller classes seem to help each student individually. Very low drop out rate compared to state average. Tradition of excellence in UIL Athletic, Band and Academic competitions.

June 24, 2010


I love the website Skyward Family Access that allows me as the parent to log on and see my Childs grades, tardiness, and daily assignments. When I have had to call into the school to discuss my Childs grades or future classes the staff has been so helpful and has provided me with more than enough information. The principle knows his students and takes the time to call me at home or at work to go over any issues that have occurred at school or any concerns I may have concerning my child or other students. The teachers are wonderful. My child has nothing but great things to say about each and every one of his teachers and they are always updating me on the status of my Childs grades and conduct.

Submitted by a parent

June 24, 2010


I love the website Skyward Family Access that allows me as the parent to log on and see my Childs grades, tardiness, and daily assignments. When I have had to call into the school to discuss my Childs grades or future classes the staff has been so helpful and has provided me with more than enough information. The principle knows his students and takes the time to call me at home or at work to go over any issues that have occurred at school or any concerns I may have concerning my child or other students. The teachers are wonderful. My child has nothing but great things to say about each and every one of his teachers and they are always updating me on the status of my Childs grades and conduct.

July 9, 2007


Great kids, great staff, great school. Tradition of excellence in UIL Athletic, Band and Academic competitions. One would be hard-pressed to find a better place to raise their children.

Submitted by a parent

January 17, 2006


I was overall pleased with my school. I went to springtown from k-12. However, this school is more into sports the academics. Class of 2002

Submitted by a former student

January 12, 2006


Springtown High School needs more parent involvement and lacks the capability to discipline with positive results.

Submitted by a parent

January 10, 2006


I believe that Springtown schools are some of the greatest schools in Texas. The teachers really care about the students and really help them when they need it. The extracurricular activities are also great. They help the kids develop who they are and help them to branch out from their little group of friends and meet new people and have fun doing what they love. I love the Springtown School District and everything that it has to offer.

Submitted by a former student

November 15, 2005


Springtown school is very bad, they are very unorganized, and then need more room in the school, not another football field!

Submitted by a former student

November 13, 2004


I think that Springtown School district is very bad for childern. For example if your child gets made fun of and defens his/her-self... Then gets sent to Bic which is a behavor improvement class...You can exspect him/her to start making bad grades if your child is a student that keeps his/her grades up to 70 or above. The reason for that is because and the principals don't know how to displine childern. So I would reamend not putting your child in Springtown schools. I would go to Birdville schools, because I had my child in Springtown from second grade to eighth grade now he is in ninth and out of Springtown and doing much better...Make a wise choice don't go to Springtown schools.

Submitted by a parent

July 16, 2004


Springtown High School is a joke. The principal wastes school funds (which is already scarce) on pointless items. He took out snack machines to try to combat obesity and then made one line in the cafeteria that sold pizza and french fries every day. The teachers, in general, belittle their students capabilities and lower self-esteem at every turn. School funds are taken from programs that actually win things like the band and give them over to the athletics program to buy everyone new things every year when they don't need the new items. I personally don't reccomend Springtown High School for anyone, ever.

Submitted by a former student

February 23, 2004


The best move we made! From academics to sports, this is by far a great school! I love the parent involvement with all sports!

Submitted by a parent

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