615 Springbrook Ave.
Adrian, MI 49221
Phone: (517) 263-0543
Fax: (517) 265-5984


Springbrook Middle School

Principal: Nate Parker
Assistant Principal: Adam Benschoter
Dean of Students: Lisa Fisher 
Administrative Assistants: 
Cindy Graham Kathleen Duvall
Start/End Times: 7:35 am - 2:24 pm
Half Day Release: 11:00 am
Grades 6-8 




Wednesday, January 24th.  4:00 to 7:00 p.m.

Thursday, January 25th.      5:00 to 8:00 p.m.


6th grade:  End of second marking period is Friday, January 26th.

7th and 8th grade:  End of second trimester is Friday, March 9th.


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Students, Parents, Guardians and Community Members,

Thanks to the generosity of Adrian Public School Voters and their support of a successful Bond Proposal, Springbrook Middle School now feature two state of the art STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) labs where students will be challenged with a rigorous, engaging, and hands on, science curriculum.  Additionally, the Media Center has been upgraded and modernized to better serve us as the learning hub of our building.  The technology and learning atmosphere of all classrooms have been improved and modernized through this bond project.

The entrance to the building and main office have been reworked to better ensure student safety and convenience for staff, students and visitors to the building.  To address safety and accessibility before and after school, the parking lot and entrance now feature separate drop off loops for busses and automobile traffic.  Thank you once again, voters.  Your commitment to education and the students of this district is a tribute to the community of Adrian.

Please see below for further information regarding Springbook Middle School and don’t hesitate to contact us if we can be of assistance in any way at (517) 263 – 0543, or by email at nparker@adrian.k12.mi.us

Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, (STEM,) Foreign Language and Accelerated Opportunities.
Students at Springbrook Middle School are engaged in a challenging curricular program intended to prepare students for the next step at Adrian High School and to foster long term skills and attributes that will make them successful in their future.  We offer three different Project Lead the Way (PLTW) programs, two of which, every student in the building will take.  This hands-on, inquiry based program is designed around STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) principals that allow students to apply their learning in real world situations and applications.  Thanks to APS voters, this year, students will participate in these programs in two new state of the art science labs.   All students will take two years of Spanish, gaining 1 high school credit.  Acceleration and high school credit is also available for qualifying students in math and Introduction to Computer Sciences.

Arts and Extracurricular Opportunities
In addition to strong programs in the core academic areas, a wide array of opportunities are offered to students in the arts. Students may choose from offerings in the visual arts, choir, band or orchestra. Springbrook Middle School also offers excellent opportunities for students to participate in drama and stage performances.  

Springbrook Middle School offers a wide range of co-curricular and extracurricular activities including the Equations Team, National Junior Honors Society, and a wide range of interscholastic athletic opportunities.

Student Support Services
Springbrook Middle School offers many options for additional student support and learning. Through collaboration with Communities in Schools we are able to offer tutoring services and provide an after school writing experience in collaboration with Adrian College.

Every day at Springbrook Middle School is an opportunity for students to grow and challenge themselves. We are dedicated to providing opportunities through which students can gain authentic self-esteem in a safe, yet challenging and rigorous learning environment. Through this environment, we hope to provide opportunities for students to realize their fullest potential.  These challenges, coupled with a student-centered approach to instruction, allows students to develop the academic skills and character traits necessary to become successful students at the high school level, as well as balanced, principled citizens as they pursue their goals and dreams.