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Springbrook @Washington International Relations Conference

Members of Springbrook's Model United Nations participated in the Washington International Relations Conference hosted at American University from Friday, March 27 through Sunday, March 29. Jake Dunn, Nadeen Aladham, Febene Tsigie, and Zuriel Herran worked with other high school students from as close as Washington, DC and as far as Hawaii to tackle complex global issues such as Syrian refugees, international arms trafficking, and global pandemics. Congratulations to Zuriel, awarded “Best Delegate,” for his work representing Venezuela.


NHS Coffee House

Please come to the Annual Springbrook HS Coffeehouse today in the Senior Courtyard. Enjoy light snacks, beverages, and various Springbrook and local performers ranging from comedians to musicians. The Coffee House will run from 2:30 to 4:00 PM. General admission is only $4. So invite your friends to an afternoon of fun and amazing talent!

All proceeds go towards the Color Run to raise money for a cure for cancer.


Senior and Testing Schedule


May 15 


May 18  


May 19  


May 20  


May 21  

Sen Exams 6 & 7 

(Prom Night) 

Per. 1 7:25-8:07

Per. 2 8:12-9:00

Per. 3 9:05-9:55

Per. 6 10:00-11:00* 

Per. 7 11:05-12:09*  

Lunch 12:09-12:49 

Per. 4 12:54-1:39 

Per. 5 1:44-2:10 

Gov't HSA & 

Sen Exams 4 & 5 

HSA: 7:25-10:40  

Lunch 10:40-11:10

Per. 4 11:15-12:15* 

Per. 5 12:20-1:20* Per. 6 1:25-2:10 


Sen Exams 2 & 3 

Per. 1 7:25-8:07

Per. 2 8:12-9:14* 

Per. 3 9:19-10:19*  

Per. 4 10:24-11:03

Per. 5 11:08-11:56

Lunch 11:56-12:33 

Per. 6 12:38-1:17 

Per. 7 1:22-2:10 

Biology HSA & 

Sen Exam 1 

HSA: 7:25-10:40  

Lunch 10:40-11:10

Per. 1 11:15-12:15*  

Per. 2 12:20-12:54 

Per. 3 12:59-1:33  

Per. 7 1:38-2:10 

Sen Makeup Exams Appt Only 

Per. 1 7:25-8:11

Per. 2 8:16-9:02

Per. 3 9:07-9:53

Per. 4 9:58-10:44

Per. 5 10:49-11:40

Lunch 11:40-12:28 

Per. 6 12:33-1:19

Per. 7 1:24-2:10

*Senior exams

If students need to take a makeup exam, they must first obtain administrative approval, then make arrangements with their teacher. As you can see from the schedule above, the school day for seniors will get progressively shorter as they take their exams. Once they have taken their exams, they do not have to go back to that class. The day of their exam will be their last day in that class. If they do not have an exam for a particular period, they must attend that class until the exam period for that class has ended. Example: If a senior does not have a period 7 exam on Friday, May 17th, he/she must still attend that class. He/she will not have to go back to that class on Tuesday, May 19th


Chipotle Fundraiser

Tuesday, May 19, from 5-8 PM, Chipotle on Cherry Hill Road – Be there! Bring your friends and grab some dinner while you support The Blueprint. 50% of proceeds go to Springbrook when you show the flyer or bring and picture and mention The Blueprint. Dine in or carry out. See you there!


Springbrook’s 2015 Mulch Sale a Success

 Pictures from the 2015 Mulch Sale.  Thank you for your support of the athletic program!/uploadedImages/schools/springbrookhs/homepage/Photo13.jpg /uploadedImages/schools/springbrookhs/homepage/Photo14.jpg/uploadedImages/schools/springbrookhs/homepage/0502150931 copy.jpg /uploadedImages/schools/springbrookhs/homepage/0502150900a.jpgMay 2, 2015 9am – noon at White Oak Middle School 

  • Shredded Hardwood Mulch – is used as a growth suppressor and landscape treatment
    3 cu. ft. bags — $5.00/ea. Want it delivered? Delivery Fee: $10.00.
    How much should I buy to cover a 100 sq. ft. area? At a 1″ depth, you would need about 1/3-cu. yard of bulk material, which is about 4 bags of mulch. (Quantities are estimates only) 

To order, you can either download, fill out and mail in the Mulch Sale 2015 order form with a check, or purchase through 

To benefit Springbrook H.S. Athletic Booster Club 

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After-Prom Committee Looking for Volunteers

Springbrook Parents/Guardians, The After Prom celebration is 4 days away and we are in desperate need of your assistance. Volunteers are needed from 12am - 2:30am and 2:30am - 5am on Saturday May 16th to assist in check-in/out, food, prizes, casino, games and security/door watch. Food and beverage donations are greatly appreciated and needed. Parents of underclassmen students are encouraged to attend. Please visit the SignUpGenius link to signup: 

 After Prom is a safe and alcohol-free celebration immediately following Prom. It keeps our students safe during those often dangerous hours between midnight and 5am. Thanks for your support! 

Bessy Cabrera 

Springbrook High School PTSA After Prom Co-Chair 



Junior-Senior Prom 2015

Get ready for… Arabian Nights! 

May 15, 2015   8PM – 12:00AM 

Rockville Hilton,   1750 Rockville Pike, Rockville, MD  20852 

Tickets are $60.00 and will be sold during lunches from May 4 - May 14.  A ticket to After Prom is included with each prom ticket purchase. 

  • Juniors and seniors may purchase tickets.
  • Freshmen and sophomores may attend only as dates of juniors or seniors.
  • All school financial obligations must be cleared before Prom or After Prom tickets can be purchased.
  • Dress is formal—No jeans or sneakers.

Only seniors may invite dates from outside Springbrook High School, and they must present a permission form signed by an administrator from their date’s school.  A copy of the date’s photo ID must be presented at the time of ticket purchase.  No dates over 21 will be permitted to attend.  Permission forms are available in the Security Office. 

Seniors who do not wish to attend Prom may purchase a ticket to After Prom for $10.00. 

After Prom will be held at White Oak Rec Center, 1700 April Lane, Silver Spring, MD 20904 from 12:30-5:00 A.M.  Students must arrive before 1:30 A.M. to be admitted.   

Questions may be addressed to Mr. Overton or Ms.Greger in the Counseling Service Office. 


Obligations Go Online

Springbrook is happy to announce, for your convenience, that student obligations may now be paid online using Visa, Mastercard, or debit cards. To do this, click 'Pay Fees Online' under quick links, and then click on the pay Student Obligations.  All obligations such as unpaid course fees, lost books, uniforms, and equipment may be paid online except obligations from the media center. If you are creating an account for the first time, you will be asked to setup your student(s) in the Student Profile. Additionally, seniors need to clear all obligations in order to participate in senior activities such as prom and the graduation commencement ceremony. You may continue to send cash with your student to pay in the financial office if you prefer. 

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Senior Information Meeting

Please click the graphic to the right or here for information from the Senior Meeting on 5/1/2015.

Agenda included:

  • Attendance and Grades
  • SSL Hours
  • Obligations - click here for pay online 
  • Exam Schedule
  • Cap and Gown/Yearbook Information
  • Prom and After Prom Information
  • Awards Program and Graduation Rehearsal
  • Graduation Program and Information
  • Graduation Tickets
  • Contact Information 

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Youth Ambassadors for Community Service 2015

Springbrook High School’s World Languages Department has been awarded 7 student scholarships to participate in a program that broadens cultural horizons and fosters community service in young people. It is one of the most important cultural programs offered by the U.S. Embassy in France. Students will attend: 

  • A three-day training and trip preparation session in Washington, D.C. on how to adopt an intercultural approach (during the week of October 19-21 2015)
  • A two-week-long trip to France (November 29 to December 13, 2015):   
    •  Week 1: Visits to government institutions and cultural sites in Paris.  
    •  Week 2: Home stay with a French host family and placement in a French high school 
  • An assessment session (January 2016) and Completion of a creative intercultural project upon return from France.  
Springbrook will also host 12 French students from October 23-October 30, 2015. We are looking for host families. If you are interested in hosting a students from France please contact: All applications for the YACS program are due to Madame Willetts before May 1, 2015 when they will be e-mailed to France. (Click here for application) 


Youth Ambassadors is a bilateral program jointly offered and funded by the U.S. Embassy in France and CGET-the French General Commission for Territorial Equality. It is administered by ADICE-the French Association for the Development of Citizen and European Initiatives.  

Click here to read more   | Apply 


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Annual Community Yard Sale

Stop by White Oak MS on Saturday, April 25 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. to get terrific bargains on everything from bikes and garden tools to clothing. Proceeds from the annual sale benefit the school’s newspaper, The Blueprint. The event is also a terrific way to make some money. Clean out your house, apartment or garage and sell your items at the yard sale. Complete this form and send it to school ASAP. Questions? Email journalism adviser, Tim Hibberd at 


Parrc Assessments

There will be a delayed opening of school scheduled for April 23rd and April 24th in order to administer the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) assessments.  The PARCC assessment will be given to all students who are currently enrolled in Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and English 10 courses. 

On April 23rd students taking Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 courses will need to report to school at the normal arrival time to take the PARCC assessment.  On April 24th, students who are enrolled in English 10 will need to arrive at school at the normal arrival time to take the English 10 PARCC.

Edison students who are enrolled in Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and English 10 courses need to report to Springbrook High School on the day(s) assessments for these courses are scheduled.  The absence from Edison will be excused for this testing.  Edison students who are not testing should report to school at the regular start time in order to catch the bus to Edison bus that will depart at the regular departure time.

Additional details: 

Springbrook students not enrolled in courses that have PARCC testing will arrive to school at 11:00 am in order to have lunch prior to the start of classes.   

Students who are not testing but rely on a MCPS bus in order to get to school should catch their school bus at the regularly scheduled time; a study hall will be provided in the cafeteria until PARCC testing has concluded.

Springbrook High School 2015 PARCC Delayed Opening Bell Schedule 

7:25 – 11:00

3hrs 35min

Algebra 1 & Algebra 2


English 10


11:00 – 11:30




11:35 – 11:55


Pd 1

Pd 1

12:00 – 12:40


Pd 2

Pd 5

12:45 – 1:25


Pd 3

Pd 6

1:30 –   2:10


Pd 4

Pd 7



Please come to our International Baccalaureate Exposition.

April 22nd, 2015, from 7:00 PM- 9:00 PM. Displays include: 

  • IB MYP Projects
  • IB Art
  • IB Films
  • IB Science
  • Community, Action, Service STEM Fare

Questions?   Email: Weinshel, John R 

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Springbrook Math Team Leads Region

After ten meets, a combination of individual, group and power questions Springbrook’s Math team finished with a total score of 116 points. Over twice as many points as the next school in the consortium. Throughout Montgomery County they have the 9th highest score out of the 25 high schools that participated. Please give a congratulations to the following students who participated throughout this season. 


Team A

1. Aaron Bloom

2. Iko Esemoto

3. Kaman Leong

4. Sarah Rhim

5. Andy Truong


Team B and Alternates

1. Tom Petrick

2. Flint Wright

3. Ebenezer Arunkumar

4. Brooke Pohly

5. Jake Dunn

6. Hu Ho


-Coach Michael Price


Sources of Strength

NAMI Montgomery County, the community's largest grassroots mental health organization, has been providing free mental health education, support and advocacy to our community since 1978. Springbrook was chosen as one of four schools in the county to receive training and become a program site. Sources of Strength is a peer-led program that promotes healthy life skills and resilience among middle school and high school students (see attached handout). This program is already implemented in over 700 schools across the country, and NAMI Montgomery County is pleased to bring the program to our community! We hope to eventually bring this program to all high schools in Montgomery County. For more information click on the press release or brochure below: Press Release | Brochure  


Springbrook Peer Mediation Program

Starting this month, peer mediation will be available for all Springbrook students. Peer mediators are good listeners, dependable, honest, & trustworthy. They help two students who are having a problem work things out so both sides come out winning.

  • Interested in training to become a peer mediator? Speak to Ms. Cohen in Room G307 or Mrs. Giddens in Room E105
  • Interested in applying for peer mediation assistance? Click here to send a confidential request, or, if you prefer, paper request forms are also located in the media center and guidance.

Springbrook and Lenovo Kick-Off an “App-”mazing Partnership

On Friday, November 21, 2014, Springbrook High School welcomed Lenovo Executives, staff from the National Academy Foundation (the parent organization of the Academy of Information Technology (AOIT)), staff from the Montgomery County Public Schools’ Foundations Office, and staff and students into one of their advanced computer classes. The purpose of this gathering was to celebrate the commencement of Springbrook’s AOIT partnership with Lenovo and students’ participation in the Lenovo Scholar Network, a program to enhance students’ technical and entrepreneurial skills. 

Earlier this year, Springbrook’s AOIT students, along with nine other schools across the country, won the opportunity to participate in this prestigious program where students compete against each other in designing, developing, and marketing a mobile applications. To aid in this competition, Lenovo donates ThinkPad Laptops and Yoga tablets to schools. As of November, students are currently in the design and testing phase of their apps. As part of their partnership, Lenovo executives and AOIT staff visited Springbrook to show support to students and see their progress. 

 As students showcased their apps, Steve Boden, coordinator of the Foundations Office noted, “This is a wonderful opportunity for our students. They are able to have a rigorous curriculum and learn advanced computer skills. Students also learn how to do product testing and marketing to consumers. They are putting their acquired skills to use and are acting as entrepreneurs while having the guidance and expertise of MCPS instructors and Lenovo volunteers. The experience provides them with an exciting learning environment while allowing them to acquire skills that will benefit them in their post-secondary education and in their careers.

-MCPS Foundations Office 

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2014 Beat the Odds Scholarship Winner

From the news release (click picture to right for video): "Monica Chica is an amazing young woman. She was born and raised in El Salvador. Just two years ago, when she was fifteen years old, Monica arrived to USA, and didn't know a word of English. Not only did she learn a new language in a new school in a new country, her first year she moved from English language learner into regular classes then honors and AP classes, skipped a grade and played a varsity sport she'd never played before. And that's not all. Monica has had to endure poverty, the loss of her old life in El Salvador and separation from her best friend, her mother. With wisdom far beyond her years, Monica says, "The most important lesson I've learned is that being happy is not about having with you what you loved in the past, but learning to love what you have in the present."

Watch Monica's incredible story. Learn more about Children's Defense Fund's Beat the Odds program 



Springbrook Hall of Fame

The Springbrook Hall of Fame committee is now looking for nominees for the Springbrook Athletic Hall of Fame. Deadline to apply is March 1st, 2015.   Please see this link for the form and rules.   Springbrook High School opened in 1960 and has a rich history in terms of athletics. 


 Last Year'sInaugural Class of 2014 Springbrook Athletic Hall of Fame 



Cindy Baruch             Joe Behrmann                Tom Brosius 

John Bunting             Loren Danielson             Cathy Fox 

Jeri Ingram                Bob Milloy                        Robert Parry 

Ed Peterson               Mike Strittmater             Tyler Wolfram.

Posted: 11/6/2014


National Merit and National Achievement Scholars

Congratulations to Springbrook senior Patrick Regan Fanelli for earning the notable distinction of Semifinalist in the National Merit Scholarship Competition. 16,000 students, or less than 1% of the 1.5 million students, who take the PSAT are notified that they have qualified as Semifinalists. They are the highest scoring entrants in each state. Patrick will continue on to the finalist round and may be eligible for one of 7,600 Merit Scholarships which total over $33 Million. In addition, seniors Aaron Bloom, Gustavo Quintero, and Andrew Sumner also scored in the top 5% of all test-takers of the PSAT. They will receive the distinction of Commended National Merit Students.

Congratulations to senior Damali Rollins on earning the notable distinction of Semifinalist in the National Achievement Scholarship Program. 1,600 Black American students were designated Semifinalists out of 160,000 and are the highest-scoring entrants in each state. Those semifinalists will compete in the spring for 800 scholarships totaling over $2.5 million.

Click Here for more information about the National Merit Program.

Updated 9/25/14


Junior College Fair Announcement

Juniors are in invited to participate in the Annual College Fair:

When: Tuesday, April 21, 2015 (register by Friday, April 17th) 

Time: 10:00am – 1:00pm

Cost: Transportation Cost $7  College Fair:  Free

Lunch: Bag Lunch 

Free/Reduce student can order lunch a week in advance from the cafeteria.  Please review the college search procedures on naviance and create a college list prior to the college fair.  Submit Permission Slip Career Center: Before School, Lunch and After School.   Questions?  contact Ms. Patterson in the Career center. 

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Swing into Spring

Saturday, April 18, 2015 @ 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM Springbrook will host it's 15th annual Swing into Spring dinner dance.   Featuring the Springbrook HS Jazz band & Orchestra with Mr. Wyman Jones, Instrumental Music Director.   Please click the graphic above for reservations and more information.   In addition, a silent auction will be held to benefit the music program.   Please click the flyer below for more information.

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Italia, stiamo arrivando!

On April 2nd of this year, a small group of students from the Italian class will be going on a “trip to remember.” We start in Milan to make our way down to Pompeii and back again. This trip will certainly culturize the few, and give them memories they will never forget. It all started one year ago, in the first quarter of Signora Mancuso’s first year Italian class at Springbrook, when she proposed a trip to Italy. With a little push, she got a sufficient number of students interested in the trip and soon persuaded them to actually go. The students paid the fee and from there they started counting down the days. During the count down, Signora Mancuso taught the culture of Italy and hosted meetings with parents, she also asked for proper traveling documents. Lastly, just two weeks before the trip, she hosted a final parent meeting, and asked the students to attend as well. At this meeting, she spoke in more details of the trip itinerary and shared traveling advice, she also gave out free backpacks for the tour to all. The more details she gave of the trip, the brighter the students’ faces got. It’s been a long and anticipated year, but it’s finally here. Buon viaggio -- that's safe travels to the whole group!

-Tyler Braggs and Corinne Errigo



PTSA After-Prom Spirit Night @Qdoba

"WHEN: Tuesday, March 31st 

FROM: 4pm-8pm 

WHERE: Qdoba Mexican Grill 12265 Tech Road Silver Spring MD 20904 

 Must bring flyer. Click on link below: 20% of all purchases will be donated to Springbrook High School PTSA After Prom. After Prom is a safe and alcohol-free celebration immediately following Prom. It keeps our students safe during those often dangerous hours between midnight and 5am. The celebration includes entertainment, games, prizes and food all night long. Thanks for your support!"


Disney's High School Musical @Springbrook

When: 20, 21 at 7:00 pm

 Price: $7.00 for students/ $10.00 for adults 

Tickets will be on sale during lunch and will also be sold at the door at each show.

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Math Team Extends Lead in the consortium

Last week, Springbrook’s Math team hosted Meet number 7 and had another strong performance. Springbrook was first place with a score of 14. Paint Branch came in second with a score of 7. Below are the current standings. Springbrook is still number 1 in the NEC!  - Math Team Coach Mr. Price

School Points
Springbrook        74
Walter Johnson 68
Watkins Mill 65
Gaithersburg 61
Paint Branch 40
Rockville 39
Wheaton 29
Seneca Valley 26
Northwest 24
Kennedy 20

First Semester Final Exam Schedule

Below is the final examination schedule by class period and day for the first semester. A contingency schedule follows, in case of inclement weather, along with the bus schedule for exam week buses. Students who do not have an exam for a particular class or do not have a make-up exam have the option of not reporting to school during that time.





7:25 am – 2:10 pm EXAM REVIEW DAY 







7:25 am – 9:35 am FIRST EXAM (per. 1, 3, 5, 7) 

9:35 am – 9:55 amBREAK 

10:00 am – 12:10 pm SECOND EXAM (per. 2, 4, 6, HS+) 

12:10 pm Dismissal 

12:30 pm Departure by exam week buses with boarding pass* 

12:10 pm – 2:10 pm Study period in cafeteria for students without transportation 

2:10 pm Departure by regular buses for students who do not take exam week buses and do not have other transportation 















MAKE-UP EXAMS – Students must schedule with individual teachers in advance.

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Last Week After-Prom Auction

Don’t miss out on the Springbrook HS PTSA After-Prom Online Auction! Bidding is currently going on for these great bargains:


  • Mr Rivera's parking spot for a week  
  • 2015 pool memberships for between $150 and $270, including Robin Hood, Twin Farms & Hillandale  
  • Custom-designed earrings from internationally acclaimed artist Nick Barnes   
  • Museum tickets such as for The Kreeger Museum, The Spy Museum and Madame Tussaud's  
These are just some of the examples of all that’s available. You can see it all here at: Bidding continues through Tuesday, March 10th, 2015 at 10pm. Proceeds from the auction support our After-Prom celebration for our students to keep them all safe. Please spread the word and share this website with friends and family locally and across the country. Thank you!


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Math Team Extends Lead in the consortium

Last week, Springbrook’s Math team hosted Meet number 7 and had another strong performance. Springbrook was first place with a score of 14. Paint Branch came in second with a score of 7. Below are the current standings. Springbrook is still number 1 in the NEC!  - Math Team Coach Mr. Price

School Points
Springbrook        74
Walter Johnson 68
Watkins Mill 65
Gaithersburg 61
Paint Branch 40
Rockville 39
Wheaton 29
Seneca Valley 26
Northwest 24
Kennedy 20

2014 Alumni Tea

Date: Friday, December 19, 2014

Time: 2:30 to 3:30 pm

Location: SHS Cafeteria.  

The Springbrook High School National Honor Society cordially invites you back for a reunion with your former teachers and classmates for refreshments & conversation! Please Bring your own cup to help make this event environmentally friendly! 


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Springbrook Senior Qualifies at High School Mathematics Competition

Our very own Aaron Bloom has qualified for the second round of the University of Maryland High School Mathematics Competition. A total of 2,090 students took the exam with scores ranging from 100 to -38. (Yes, you lose points for wrong answers) Aaron was one of 221 students who qualified for round 2. If you see him, tell him congratulations and wish him luck on round 2. He has already taken the round 2 exam and we are waiting for his scores.

In Addition, two of our juniors had scores in the top 35% of the 2,090 participants. These juniors are Sarah Rhim and Andy Truong, and they both deserve congratulations too.    Our math team continues to lead all other schools in the consortium.

-Mr. Price, Math Team Coach 


4th Annual Drum Line Competition

Springbrook High School Music Department’s 4th Annual Drum Line Competition Saturday, December 13, 2014 at 4pm in the Springbrook Gymnasium.  Come and see Drum Lines from Montgomery County, Prince George’s County and the  District of Columbia battle it out for the Best Drum Line and Showcasing Bowie State University, Cheyney University and Lincoln University’s Drum Line.  Tickets can be purchased at the door:  $5 Students, $10 Adults. 

-Mr Jones, Band Director

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Order your Parent Class of 2015 T-Shirt (Due Oct 31st)

Click here or on the image to the right to enlarge.  Parent Class of 2015 T-Shirts are now available for pre-order NOW through October 31st. Please Contact Karen Greger in the Counseling Office. 301-989-5710 or email Cash and checks are accepted.

Updated 10/21/14

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Citrus Sale at Springbrook

The Springbrook Music Boosters Fall Citrus Sale is underway.  The proceeds to benefit the Springbrook Instrumental Music Program.  To place your order, simply go to: , click on “Order Now” and enter the Organization Code 808174 our e-commerce web page will be displayed.  Then just follow the prompts to place your order.  The Holidays are a perfect time for Delicious, Grove Fresh Florida Naval Organges and Indian River Red Grapefruit.

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Springbrook Open House

Please come check out what Springbrook has to offer. The fun starts at 7:00 P.M. on Wednesday, October 29th. See you there. Click here or the graphic for more information.

-Signature Coordinator: Mr. Griffiths 


Volunteers Needed - Students & Parents

"Volunteers are needed this Friday, September 26 between 2:30 pm and 6:00 pm to assist with the delivery and pick-up of Mums and Pansies. Students are welcome to help and will earn SSL hours. If either you or your student (or both!) can help, please contact Carolyn Koudry at

Also, since we can still add to our Behnkes' order, there is still time to order Mums and Pansies and support Springbrook's After-Prom. Please submit the attached order form by 9:00 am on Thursday, September 25 to Carolyn Koudry at However, payment must be made at pick-up on Friday, September 26. Thank You!! "

Order Form 

Updated 9/24/14


Minority Scholars Program

The Minority Scholars Program is a new program at Springbrook designed to close the achievement gap for Latino and African American Students. Springbrook students and teachers attended the march along with School Board Officials and Superintendent Joshua Starr to bring awareness to this systemic problem. Read more about the program at the Washington Post article regarding the march :  

Click the pictures below to see full-size version of this event:


Updated 4/29/14


Letter to Parents from the Principal

Dear Parents/Guardians: 

 I want to share with you information about an event that has affected our school and how it was handled by our staff. I am sending you this letter to give you the facts and to assure you that we are addressing this incident. 

On Monday evening, September 15, 2014, the boys' football locker rooms were disinfected after a member of the team developed an unknown condition that we were initially concerned may be staph. It was later determined that the student did not have staph. On Tuesday morning, September 16, 2014, additional precautionary measures were taken to safeguard that the equipment also was disinfected to ensure that if it was a staph infection that the students would be safe. 

The locker room was cleaned appropriately with an approved disinfectant. However, the same disinfectant was used to clean the equipment, which was not appropriate. On Wednesday morning, September 17, 2014, we received calls from the parents of several football players, who were complaining of rashes and burns on their shoulders, neck, and chest. I met personally with members of the football teams and reached out to all families of students who indicated they felt some burning or other reaction. The parents of all varsity players also were notified. We are working with the MCPS Division of Systemwide Safety to guarantee that all necessary steps are taken to rectify this situation. 

I want to apologize to the students and parents who were affected by this incident. We take the safety of our students very seriously. The actions in this instance, while done with good intent, were unacceptable. We will take the necessary steps to ensure that our staff understands the proper way to clean school equipment so that nothing like this ever happens again. 

If you have further questions, please call the school at 301 -989-5700.



Field Hockey Car Wash Fundraiser

When: Saturday Sept. 20th 1:30pm- 4:00pm 

Where: Sandy Spring Bank 

 13300 New Hampshire Ave  

 Colesville, MD 

 Come out and support the Blue Devil Field Hockey Team and SHS athletic department! 

-Ms Harrison 


Springbrook Color Run [Register by 9/15/2014]

The Color Run is occurring on September 20th, 2014 at 10:00am at MLK Park. 

 A color run is a run/walk in which you get splattered with color powder which is both biodegradable and completely safe. It is a fun way to raise money and enjoy with your friends. 

Springbrook NHS is donating all proceeds to St. Jude Children's Hospital

 This event is for all Springbrook Alumni, students, and staff. If you aren't big on running or you just won't be in town we would love if you could donate any amount of money, it would be much appreciated!

Brochure | Registration Form (Please Register by September 15th)

Updated 9/12/14


Mums & Pansies for Sale!

The Springbrook PTSA is selling beautiful MUMS and colorful PANSIES to benefit Springbrook's AFTER-PROM. The Mums are only $7.00 each or $6.50 each if ordering five or more; same prices as last year! Pansy plants are only $3.00 each or $2.50 each if ordering five or more. Flowers are from Behnkes and are available in a variety of colors such as red, white, yellow, etc. Mums measure 12" - 16" in diameter, and pansy plants are in four inch pots. Order deadline is FRIDAY SEPT 19 at 8:00 am. Pick-up of mums and pansies from Springbrook is scheduled for FRIDAY SEPT 26 from 3:00 to 6:00 pm. See attached order form for details on ordering. Questions? Contact Carolyn Koudry at THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR SUPPORTING THIS YEAR'S AFTER-PROM! 00word 

Updated 8/28/14


Springbrook Hall of Fame

[updated 9/4/2014 to include driving & parking information] The Springbrook Hall of Fame committee is proud to announce its inaugural class into the Springbrook Athletic Hall of Fame. Springbrook High School opened in 1960 and has a rich history in terms of athletics. From their accomplishments, these 12 individuals are certainly worthy and deserving to be in the first class to be inducted.  Ceremony will be held at Riderwood on September 20th, 5:00pm.

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  • PARKING – IMPORTANT: Parking is limited to residents of Riderwood. Upon entering the campus, look for signs that say “Event Parking”. There will be a shuttle bus from the tennis courts parking lot to the Montgomery Station Maryland Hall banquet building. The shuttle buses will run from 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm and then again from 8:30 pm to 9:30 pm. 


Inaugural Class of 2014 Springbrook Athletic Hall of Fame 



Cindy Baruch             Joe Behrmann                Tom Brosius 

John Bunting             Loren Danielson             Cathy Fox 

Jeri Ingram                Bob Milloy                        Robert Parry 

Ed Peterson               Mike Strittmater             Tyler Wolfram.

Posted: 5/8/2014

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New Student Orientation

Orientation for all new students to Springbrook is on Thursday, August 21, 2014 7:25am – 11:10am.    Transportation will be provided for Grade 9 students living within the Montgomery County Public Schools bus routes. Bus schedules for this orientation program will follow a regular morning pick-up time. The bus schedules will be mailed with the summer packet in mid-August.

Upcoming Events: 


  • Tuesday, August 19, 2014 – 9th grade parent meeting at 7:00pm in the auditorium  
  • Monday, August 25, 2014 – Classes start for all students 


Posted 7/28/14


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