Education

Springfield has many schools for all ages within the town bounds. From pre-school to college and professional development, Springfield has education for all. 

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Pre School

For children younger than kindergarten there are options available. We are proud to offer an assortment of childcare options in Springfield to allow more time for parents to focus on their careers or education.

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Elementary 

Elm Hill School is a primary school made up of nearly 250 students in grades kindergarten through second grade. There are five classrooms at each grade level. We have three school-wide expectations that we model for and teach our students, "Be Kind," "Be Safe," and, "Be a Learner."  

--Dr. Christine Pereira, Principal

Union Street School is the second public elementary school serving the Springfield region. They serve just over 250 students in grades 3-5.

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Middle School

Riverside Middle School has approximately 300 students in grades 6, 7 and 8.  The school, built-in 1956, is located along the Black River, giving the students access to the river for science activities as well as for water sports, such as kayaking during physical education.  In addition to the core academic classes, they offer students Technology Education, Food & Conservation Science, STEAM, Computer Science, Visual Arts, Music, Health and Physical Education. 

High School &
Technical Education

Springfield High School, co-located with the River Valley Technical Center in Springfield, Vermont, is a comprehensive public high school (Grades 9-12). The total enrollment is approximately 400 students. They are taught by a dedicated and experienced staff committed to ensuring that each student becomes a Capable Cosmopolitan, and that their emotional, physical, social, and intellectual needs are met throughout their experience

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College & 
Professional Development

RVTC

The River Valley Technical Center offers an education that prepares students to be career and college ready. Students learn technical skills in their program areas, employability skills that prepare them for the workplace, and academic skills including math, reading, and writing, science, or social studies.  The River Valley Technical Center affords high school students and adults the chance to learn these skills through practical, hands-on experience so they are better prepared to take advantage of further learning and career opportunities.

CCV

CCV offers Vermont’s lowest tuition. Transfer options throughout New England.  Start at CCV and transfer to any Vermont State College or UVM to earn a bachelor's degree. 12 Campus Locations. Veteran's Services. Easy Application. Credits Transferable.