• School Choice

    in Spring Independent School District

    Spring ISD offers both choice and program opportunities for students. The goal is to ensure families can find the best fit for their student, whether it’s taking part in a specialty program at their neighborhood campus or applying to one of the district’s schools of choice.

    The opportunities to explore different interests and careers are extensive and distinguish Spring ISD as a district of choice with no limits on what students can achieve.

    With students at the center of everything we do, we want our families to have options as they look for the right fit for their child. No matter what school your child attends, our mission is always the same: Provide an excellent education that prepares students for lifelong success – in college, career and/or the military.

    Learn more about our schools of choice below. Please note, families can apply to multiple schools using a single online application.

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  • Carl Wunsche Sr. High School

    The innovative campus is designed around three towers – professional, technology and medical – in which academics are integrated with career exploration and college preparation.

  • Roberson Middle School

    Serving students in grades 6-8 with a program that emphasizes in one of four communities: STEM Engineering, Law Enforcement, Performing Arts, and Environmental/Agriculture.

  • Springwoods Village Middle School

    Our first-ever International Baccalaureate World School offers students in grades 6-8 a rigorous, engaging, and proven approach to learning through inquiry and reflection.

  • Spring Early College Academy

    Students are able to earn their associate's degree at the same time they are earning their high school diploma. All classes are held on the the campus of Lone Star College - North Harris.

  • Spring Leadership Academy

    Serving students in grades 6 - 8 with a small-school program that seeks to develop young women and men into leaders who possess critical skills in preparation for high school and beyond.

  • Momentum High School

    Designed to support students who may need a smaller high school setting with flexible schedule options in order to recover loss of credits and/or accelerate their learning toward graduation.

  • Dekaney High School

    The Pathways in Technology Early College High (P-TECH) at Dekaney is making its debut with its first cohort of students. Key areas include computer programming, coding and gaming.

  • Spring High School

    Spring HS is offering the Middle Years Program framework to incoming 9th graders, which is an inquiry based approach, ensuring that the courses & curriculum is relevant to the real world.