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Plato is a standards-based online learning program grounded in a tradition of solid research, sound pedagogy, and applied innovation. It is a rigorous, relevant curriculum that challenges students with a 21st century approach - engaging them with interactive, media-rich content. Spring Hill High School students typically use PLATO for credit recovery and, with Post Secondary Courses, for preparation to enter the military, college or career fields. In addition to core classes in English, Math, Science and Social Studies,  SHHS also offers elective credit in the Fine Arts. Students enrolled in a PLATO course for credit are allowed to work from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm during the weekdays. Students enrolled in a Post-Secondary course can access the site at any time. 

In addition to our core classes, students also have the opportunity to take our Post-Secondary Courses in ACT prep, COMPASS prep, SAT prep, ASVAB prep, CTE Certification Prep, and Transitional Skills. Please visit the links below for gaining access to these courses.

Students interested in signing up for college or military prep classes need to contact their counselor as indicated below. Students wishing to sign up for CTE certification should contact Mr. Frigon as indicated below. 

Post- Secondary Courses

ACT Prep (for general college admission)

ASVAB Prep (pdf, 23.78KB) (Armed Services Vocational Apptitude Battery)

COMPASS Prep (pdf, 44.42KB) (for admission to Johnson County Community College)

CTE Prep (pdf, 45.82KB)CTE Prep (for Career/Technical Education certification)

SAT Prep (pdf, 42.31KB) (for general college admission)

Transitional Skills (pdf, 43.7KB)  (for select stduents)



(phone 913.592.7299, ask for individual and you'll be transferred)

Ms. Deb Woofter - Counselor (students A-K) 

Mrs. Katie George - Counselor (students L-Z)

Mr. Clay Frigon - CTE Coordinator

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