Springer was founded in 1887 as the Cathedral School for the Archdiocese and served grades 1-12. From the beginning, it served children with special needs as the original school had a program for the deaf and hard of hearing children.
To empower students with learning disabilities to lead successful lives.
To fulfill our mission, we are committed to fostering an educational setting that includes and respects the different perspectives of all members of our community. Therefore, we welcome students, families, and staff from diverse backgrounds.
We believe that all students with learning disabilities have the ability to succeed educationally, socially, and personally, and to ultimately become responsible for their own learning.
Springer School and Center provides a program totally dedicated to children with learning disabilities. Every adult at Springer understands learning disabilities and responds to children through that understanding. This appropriate environment permits a child to believe in and work toward his/her potential.