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College & Career Readiness

To help prepare students to make High School course plan selections, as well as to highlight Programs of Study and extracurricular activities available at Spring Hill High School, SHISD hosted an Eighth Grade Parent Meeting and Programs of Study Showcase on Monday, January 22, at Spring Hill High School. You may view the slide presentation from the meeting below.
View the Class of 2028 Parent Meeting - Slide Presentation here.


Preparing students for the world beyond high school is critical to the economic future of our nation, state, and community. At Spring Hill ISD, our goal is to make sure every student walks across the state with not only a high school diploma, but also a plan for life after high school. This page contains several resources to assist students and families as they prepare for their future. It’s never too early to have conversations regarding a student’s interests, abilities, and aspirations. Including labor market information and projections in these conversations is also a must as we prepare students to be productive members of society in the 21st Century. Follow these links to access information your student can use to plan their life after high school!


One of the Strategic Priorities set forth by Texas Education Commissioner Mike Morath is to Connect High School to Career and College. To achieve this, Spring Hill ISD is offering sequences of elective courses, referred to as Programs of Study. These Programs of Study are aligned with regional labor market information, and lay the foundation for students to pursue high skill, high demand, and high wage occupations. Click the Labor Market Information link to find out more.