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Springbrook is part of the Northeast Consortium (NEC). Students who reside within the NEC boundaries participate in the Choice process. Students and parents rank their preferred high schools for school assignment and are assigned to one of 3 high schools via lottery: James Hubert Blake, Paint Branch or Springbrook. The NEC website describes programs at the three schools and the Choice process.
 
Springbrook’s International Baccalaureate Middle Years and Diploma programs aim to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help create a better, more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect. The Academy of Information Technology (AOIT) and Academy of Justice Law and Society (JLS) pathway are also offered. AOIT and JLS lead to opportunities for internships with businesses that give students experiences beyond the school. All programs are available to all students.


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201 Valley Brook Drive
Silver Spring, MD 20904

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Independent Activity Funds (IAF) are established to promote the general welfare, education, and morale of students, as well as to finance the recognized extracurricular activities of the student body. Audits are conducted regularly to ensure that each IAF is operated in compliance with MCPS policies, regulations, and procedures, and to review processes for continuous improvement. An IAF audit does not review every transaction or school activity but seeks to provide reasonable assurance that there is compliance with MCPS policies, regulations, and procedures, and that any significant errors or omissions in the financial records are detected.

IAF audits completed after January 1, 2012 are published on this website. To view reports completed prior to January 1, 2012, please contact the individual school or send an email to pio@mcpsmd.org.

Payroll audits are conducted to evaluate compliance with MCPS policies, regulations, and procedures as well as to assess the effectiveness of existing controls for approval of employee absences and the accuracy of time and attendance reporting. A payroll audit does not review every transaction but seeks to provide reasonable assurance that there is compliance with MCPS policies, regulations, and procedures, and that any significant errors or omissions in the payroll records are detected.

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