The mission of each Springs Charter School is to empower students by fostering their innate curiosity, engaging their parents, and promoting optimum learning by collaboratively developing a personalized learning program for each student.

In observance of Martin Luther King Jr. day, all our offices and locations will be closed on January 21, 2019.

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January 21, 2019

KEYS Student Excels at Dance

Zaira Garcia, 18, who is in Springs’ KEYS program, is a gifted dancer. She has participated in televised shows for Chinese New Year Galas performing Folklorico; her hip-hop team attended a national competition and took second place.

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January 21, 2019

Homeschool Teen Heads Patriotic Group

Darren Gillick, 13, an 8th grade Homeschool student, is California state president of the Children of the American Revolution (CAR), a patriotic youth organization. A special focus of his group is to provide support for Mission 22, which provides treatment to veterans suffering from traumatic brain injuries, PTSD and/or suicidal ideations. He has raised more than $3,000 for Mission 22 through sales of a pin he designed as well as by soliciting donations.

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January 21, 2019

Magnolia Student Center Rower, New Swim Team

Magnolia Student Center freshman Chase Kleckner, 14, has been invited to participate in a Lake Perris rowing team. He practices six days a week, and hopes to one day compete in the Olympics.

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January 17, 2019

Homeschool Teen is a Talented Hockey Player

Springs 8th-grade Homeschool student Ezra Hendricks, 14, has shown a real talent for hockey. His team recently won the One Hockey California Tournament, with him being named “player of the game” in game 2, a hat trick in the championship game and MVP of the tournament.

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January 17, 2019

Student Artist of the Month for February: Lizette Bravo

Lizette Bravo, 12, is a 7th-grade student in Springs’ Hemet Quest Academy. She has been a part of the Springs family of schools since 3rd grade.

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January 3, 2019

Venture Students on Year-long Trip Use U.S. Sites as Classroom

Venture Online students Avalon and Honor Martens, ages 8 & 6, have embarked on a year-long road trip with their photographer parents, Jess and Justin Martens, exploring the country and searching for the perfect place to call home. Venture Online is providing curriculum and support for the children as they travel, using the many different places they visit as their classroom.

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