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Cedar Springs High School is part of the Cedar Springs Public School district. We are a 9th through twelfth grade school, serving approximately 1,100 students. Our staff is dedicated to academic excellence. We provide students with a solid foundation of skills while at the same time encouraging them to be creative and to develop positive character traits. Our curriculum is hands-on and exciting. Students explore many different types of learning and subject matter. Students learn through direct instruction, independent exploration, and in large and small groups.

Fight Song

Go Cedar High School
Break right though that line
With your colors flying
We will cheer you all the time.

RAH! RAH! RAH!

Go Cedar High School
Fight for victory
Spread far the fame
of our fair na--me
Cedar High School win this  game!

Todd Simmons 

Todd Simmons head shot

Principal
Email 
616-696-1200 x7979

Todd Simmons became principal for Cedar Springs High School in July of 2022.

For the past 14 years, Mr. Simmons served as the Principal of Pewamo-Westphalia MS/HS.  He partnered with the educators, students, and parents of Pewamo-Westphalia to make P-W a perennial top 20 high school in the state of Michigan, as rated by U.S. News and World Report, and was also honored as MASSP/MASC Principal of the Year (2020), and NASSP State Principal of the year (2020)

Todd grew up in Iron River, Michigan, graduated from West Iron County HS, and earned his degree from Central Michigan University, while living out his childhood dream of playing four years, as a non-scholarship walk-on, on the CMU Mens' Basketball team.  

Previously he spent five years in Middle/High School as an Industrial Education Teacher at both P-W and Tri County Schools, as well as 2 years as an Assistant Coach at Central Michigan University in Mens' Basketball.

He loves to go on date nights with his wife (Lindsey) of 12 years, as well as spend quality time chasing and playing with his three children (Ronni, Braidi, and Ty), who attend Cedar View and Cedar Trails.

Mr. Simmons is excited to pursue his personal best here at CSHS, while concurrently inspiring and encouraging all stakeholders to do the same. He is ready to build authentic relationships with students, staff, and our community, and grow our culture here at Cedar Springs Schools.

He is fired up to be a Red Hawk! 

Go Cedar!

Edward Johns

Headshot of Edward Johns

Assistant Principal
Email
616-696-1200 x7901

Eddie Johns was the interim assistant principal at the high school for the winter of 2022, and now in his full time position of Assistant Principal for the 22-23 school year.

Mr. Johns recently completed his 12th year teaching science, and 8th year teaching in our school district.

Mr. Johns and his wife have three young boys, a dog, and baby girl born in July. He
loves outdoor activities and nature, with cycling being his biggest hobby.

Mr. Johns graduated from Grand Valley State University with a Bachelor's degree in Education and a biology major and Chemistry minor. He received his Master's degrees from Central Michigan University in Educational Leadership and American College of Education in Education Business Administration.

Matthew Moffett

Photo of Matt Moffett with his son and wife outside

Assistant Principal and Athletic Director
Email
616-696-9080 x7906

Matt Moffett is our athletic director (AD) and assistant principal at Cedar Springs High School. Joining our district in 2021, Mr. Moffett came to our district with experience from his previous roles as a physical education teacher, coach (baseball/football), AD, and assistant principal.

He received his undergraduate degree from Eastern Michigan University in physical education/health education where he played baseball and was the team captain. He continued his education and earned a Master’s degree from the University of Michigan-Flint in Educational Leadership. 

Mr. Moffett is married to my wonderful wife Kim and has two boys Weston and Brooks. Together they love spending time outdoors and he is an avid hunter and fisherman.