Students are strongly encouraged to participate in extracurricular and co-curricular activities programs at Spring Hill Middle School. The wide range of activities that is available to students helps them explore interest areas and develop talents. Students also enhance their citizenship skills and practice teamwork, which prepares them for life and their continued education.

All activities at Spring Hill Middle School are designed to benefit all of the students involved. Our goal is not only to teach the student participants about the activity but also how it relates to life and how their experiences may help them become more successful in life. By emphasizing basic skills, teamwork, cooperation, effort and citizenship, sponsors and staff believe that these activities will instill pride, confidence, and build positive self esteem in each student participant.

At our school, students have the opportunity to participate in a long list of activities. These range from academic competitions and leadership opportunities to activities related to the fine arts, like band, strings, choir, theater and more. Community service also is strongly emphasized at Spring Hill Middle School, including giving back to the local community and sharing globally.


The safety of all students is, and will continue to be, our top priority.  Head injury and concussion education, prevention, and management efforts are part of our commitment to meet this expectation.  All SHMS coaches for fall, winter, and spring sports have completed the online course, "Concussion in Sports - What You Need to Know" which is provided free by the National Federation of High School Sports.

Parents and Guardians are invited to also take this online course: or - go to the Sports Medicine and Safety Section.

Please contact the coach or Activities Director for more information.