About Blue Springs

Welcome to Blue Springs Elementary School.  Blue Springs was created to alleviate the overcrowding of Clements High School. Blue Springs is the third school to be built in Limestone County since 2000. Our staff worked hard over the spring/summer of 2010 to move, clean, and prepare for opening day 2010. The school was officially dedicated by Limestone County Board of Education Aug. 1, 2010. Dr. Barry Carroll, Limestone County Schools Superintendent at the time gave the opening remarks. Guest speakers included former state Senator Tom Butler, former Representative Henry White,  former Limestone County Board member John Wayne King. Closing comments were given by Mr. Mike Owens, Assistant Superintendent of Limestone County schools at that time. Opening prayer was led by Mr. Otis Duncan of Mount Carmel Church of Christ. The closing prayer was led by Mr. Tim Anderson of Clements Baptist Church.


We are Limestone County's first digital passport initiative school(DPI). All of our grades 4/5 students and staff will have Apple MacBook Air Laptops, Apple iPADS to integrate technology and learning. This will add to the already present teacher use of IPADS in all instructional classes as well as all instructional support staff. All k-2 students now have access 1:1 each day with Apple iPads to create an environment of individualized learning.Blue Springs Elementary is one of Alabama's highest rated technology using elementary schools. Our Administration and staff have fully bought into the ability of technology to increase student learning and development leading to real life skills for future college or career success.


Come visit our 21st century community school, we work hard everyday to lead our students into the new and ever changing world of learning. We also welcome our parents and community to visit our school at any time. 


BSE... Where Great Minds Grow!!! 


Cade Baker


Blue Springs Elementary School