At Springmont, we’re proud of our school and like to tell others about the accomplishments of our students, alumni, faculty and staff. Here you’ll find recent school news, press releases and other interesting items, as well as links to media coverage of our school.

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List of 2 news stories.

  • Springmont Celebrates Cultures with International Night

    Springmont celebrated the cultures of the world and school diversity by holding its annual International Night on Saturday, December 6, 2014. Through music and dance, students shared the unique characteristics of various cultures. After the performances, participants sampled dishes from around the world, which are prepared by Springmont families. These dishes represent a country or culture of their choice—this is one of the biggest potluck dinners around!

    Springmont’s student body has a 43 percent diversity rate, and students come from countries on all continents with the exception of Antarctica. There are more than a dozen languages spoken and all major world religions are represented on campus. The faculty is equally diverse and hails from a variety of places such as Turkey, Brazil, India, Sri Lanka, Columbia, Venezuela and Spain and speaks those native languages.
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  • Middle Schoolers clean Roswell Road

    Springmont Gives Back

    From Primary to Middle School students, Springmont is giving back to our community and beyond. Rosanne and Norma’s Primary classes and their parents made blankets for the homeless and Cecilia and Cara’s class and their parents made blankets for the humane society. Chris’ Elementary students chose to write to injured soldiers at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, DC. Parents of students in Chris’ class were so moved by this project that they even wrote letters to the soldiers.

    During the week of December 15th, Middle Schools students participated in a variety of events. They cleaned Springmont’s Adopt-A-Mile on Roswell Road near the Fountain Oaks Kroger, they delivered sandwiches to Must Ministries and treats to the Sandy Springs Police and Fire Departments, they worked on campus with Upper Elementary and Primary students and they cleaned the goat barn. They also went off campus to the Museum of Design Atlanta to investigate 3D printer technology and to the Michael C. Carlos Museum at Emory to enjoy objects from ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome and the Near East. This holiday season has been a time of giving at Springmont, and we have enjoyed every minute of it!
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