Spring High School
|Spring High School|
|Spring, Texas, United States|
|School district||Spring ISD|
|Color(s)||Green, Black, and White|
Spring High School, which serves grades 9 through 12, is a part of the Spring Independent School District. Spring High School's mascot is the lion. School colors are black, green, and white. Gloria Marshall was the principal of Spring High School from 1985 until June 2007. Dean Borg served as principal for the 2007-2008 school year and Donna Ullrich was named principal on July 3, 2008. As of the 2011-2012 school year, Spring High School is the largest campus in Spring ISD.
Spring High School opened in 1969. Spring High was built along Interstate 45 so passing drivers could see the school. In 1976 Spring High School South opened, taking ninth graders from Spring High School. In 1981 and 1982 Spring High South renamed itself Westfield High School and became its own four-year institution. In 2000 the Richard C. Crain Fine Arts Building opened on the property of Spring High School. It was named after Richard Crain, who directed band at Spring and Westfield and became the director of music.
The original Spring High School campus was built in 1969. In 1996, the Spring ISD Board of Trustees agreed to a 3 year 20 million dollar renovation project that included additional buildings, a new cafeteria, a new baseball field, a softball field and two new gymnasiums. In 2000 the Richard C. Crain Fine Arts Building was build to accommodate the Spring Band, Spring Choir and the Lion Players Theatre Company. In 2009 the Spring High School Performing Arts Center was built after the renovation of the original auditorium.
The Spring Band is currently directed by Gabe Musella, Terri Risinger, JD Guzman and Chad Berkstresser. The Spring Band has a rich history of excellence in concert and marching performance. The Band is the recipient of the Sudler Flag and Shield. The Spring Band has been a finalist at the UIL Texas State Marching championships and won the contest in 1992 and 1994. The Spring Band became the first Texas marching band to win the Bands of America Grand National Championship in 1993. The Spring Band has performed at the Midwest Clinic 6 times, and is the first and only band program to perform there three consecutive times. The Spring Band color guard has also been a WGI finalist and class champion
The Spring Choir is currently directed by David Landgrebe, Steffanie Dean, and Amanda Hinders. The Spring Choir has received state and national recognition under the direction of Denise R. Eaton, Amy Lewis, and David Landgrebe. The Chorale performed at the 1997, 2004, and 2007 TMEA conventions, has placed over 50 singers in the All-State Choirs since 1995, and has won every in-state and out-of-state contest that they have competed in since 1996. The Chamber Choir has won the Madrigal and Chamber Choir Festival in San Antonio an unprecedented 5 times and the choirs have been named National Winners 5 times in the "Mark of Excellence" contest established by The Foundation for Music Education.
Notable alumni 
- Josh Beckett, MLB player for the Los Angeles Dodgers
- Brooke Adams, Professional wrestler for Total Nonstop Action wrestling.
Feeder patterns 
- Ricky C. Bailey Middle School
- O.B. Dueitt Middle School
- Twin Creeks Middle School
The following elementary schools feed into Spring High School:
- Northgate Crossing
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