Springfield Middle School is a unique school in that we are home to the Robertson County STEAM Magnet School. There are 320 magnet scholars, made up of children from across Robertson County, as well as 440 Springfield Middle School scholars.
We are, however, all Yellow Jackets! We strive to ensure that everyone is safe, respected, and that all scholars are responsible to master all standards.
We believe that every child has a great purpose to fulfill and it is our responsibility to provide the tools for each scholar to fulfill their rendezvous with destiny: a purpose-driven life.
SMS: "Providing a well-lit path in the pursuit of purpose and happiness"
Choose kindness...and stay EPIC!
As a native of Springfield, TN, Mr. Corbin is a life-long Yellow Jacket who graduated from Springfield High School in 1981. Mr. Corbin was a member of the last high school class to graduate from what is now the Springfield Middle School/Innovation Academy campus.
Mr. Corbin earned a B.S. in Agriculture from Austin Peay State University, and then embarked on a twenty-six-year career in business. In 2014, Mr. Corbin transitioned from business to education by earning a Masters Degree from Austin Peay. Mr. Corbin taught science at Springfield Middle School before transitioning to assistant principal in 2020.
Mr. Corbin and his wife, Kim are the parents of three Innovation Academy scholars: Bryce, Ben, and Bo Corbin. Other family members include their four-legged children S’more and Deacon, who are sometimes seen supporting Yellow Jacket football. Outside of work, Mr. Corbin’s hobbies include boating and working on the farm.
Mrs. Osborn has lived in Robertson County since for over forty years. She graduated from Austin Peay State University in 2006 with a bachelor's degree in special education for grades k-12. She has over fifteen years of experience in special education. Her career has led her to a multitude of opportunities within the district. This experience prompted her to get a master's degree and educational specialist degree from Nova Southeastern University in Educational Leadership. She currently serves as the Instructional Service Administrator supporting our teachers and scholars.
Mrs. Osborn has been affiliated with Innovation Academy of Robertson County since 2018 and has been an administrator since 2021. She loves being part of the Sentinel Family and will often find her at ballgames with her own family in full support. She also enjoys spending time with her family outside of the school day attending a Titans Football game.