More Activities

Check out some of the other activities available to SHMS students!


REbeL – Peer Education Program

REbeL focuses on educating, training and empowering youth. Selected students are trained as peer educators. These students are educated on topics including the prevalence of eating and body image issues, the inefficacy of diets, the impact of negative self-talk, and media literacy. Through this process, the entire student body moves toward healthier relationships with food and their bodies.The REbeL chapter initiates activities and events for promote a positive school climate for all Maverick students and staff!


AG Day @ SHMS North

An annual event that brings school and community efforts to provide Maverick students with a hands-on opportunity to learn about agriculture and how it impacts our lives.. Spring Hill High School FFA members, special presenters, parent volunteers and the support of the PTO have been important to the success of this event. Some of the activities include: haystacking, egg gathering, steer roping, milking the cow, bucket toss.


Maverick Play

7th and 8th grade students have an opportunity to develop their drama skills during a spring time play performance. The cast and crew have a public performance at the end of April as well as a special performance for the student body to enjoy.


Kansas Photo Contest

The Spring Hill Middle School seventh grade students participated in a photo contest for Kansas History class. Photographers could take a nature photo, historical photo or a creative photo. All photos were required to be taken in Kansas.

Talking Tombstones

Seventh graders at SHMS volunteered to participate in a project called "Talking Tombstones." They spent time researching, writing a dialogue, finding a costume and practicing. They presented their characters for the 6th graders and then to the community at the October Historical Society meeting in the Spring Hill Cemetery.

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