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.

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May 21, 2019

CSC Interim Principal Advocates for Charter Schools

E.J. Whitehead, interim principal at Springs’ Corona Student Center (CSC), joined in a roundtable meeting in the office of California Assembly Member Sabrina Cervantes.

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May 7, 2019

KEYS Program Moves into New Temecula Facility

Springs has opened the Enterprise Resource Center, a new facility at 27447 Enterprise Circle West, Temecula, which previously had been the Mt. San Jacinto College Temecula Education Complex. Students with Springs’ KEYS College and Career Prep program began making use of the site in April.

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April 25, 2019

Venture Senior Awarded College Scholarship for Wrestling

Jaydan Driskill, 18, a senior who will soon graduate from Springs’ Venture Online program, has received a full academic and women’s wrestling scholarship from Central Methodist University (CMU) in Missouri. She hopes to hone her wrestling skills at the CMU and compete in the Olympics in 2024 and 2028.

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April 25, 2019

FAPA Boy Begins Working with Software Anywhere

Ryder Price, 12, a 7th-grade student at Springs’ Flabob Airport Preparatory Academy (FAPA), has begun an informal internship with the technology company Software Anywhere. In a meeting at the company headquarters, he discussed designing websites and games, and the coding behind it.

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April 22, 2019

Eight Springs Students Win Silver Medals in Science Fair

Eight Springs students were awarded silver medals for their contributions to the 2019 Riverside Science and Engineering Fair in April. The students competed against more than 500 other entries. The students honored and their projects submitted include:

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April 22, 2019

Bear River Students Discuss their Success in School

Two students in Springs’ Bear River Student Center addressed the school’s board of directors as part of the principal’s presentation on their success at the Center. Fifth-grader Rachel Gomez, Principal Shane Wickwire reported, “spoke about how much she loves Bear River, describing how she likes the fact that personalization takes place in the classrooms, allowing her and her fellow students to work at their own pace.”

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