About Springfield, Missouri
Springfield City is considered as the third biggest city in the state of Missouri. The queen City of Ozarks is the other name for Springfield. It is also popular as the Gateway and cultural center of the Ozarks. Education, tourism and health care are the primary basis of the economy in Springfield. Most people of this city enjoy the benefits of the many recreational activities that are used to help them to remain physically active and fit. Springfield City is also rich in cultural spots and recreational centers like the American Civil War Library, located in Wilson's Creek National Battlefield, Dickerson Park Zoo, Air & Military Museum of the Ozarks, Dr. Michael J. Clarke History Museum of Ozarks Scouting, Springfield Art Museum, Trail of Tears National Historic Trail, Wonders of Wildlife Museum & Aquarium - Closed for construction, Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center, Founders Park, Gray-Campbell Farmstead and the Jewell Theatre marker Jubilee Park. Springfield City is also composed of many quite expansive universities and public schools. You will find the largest, fully accredited school located in this city and that is the Springfield Public School District. Some of the public schools that benefit the lower class of the residents are the Hillcrest High School, Central High School, Parkview High School, Glendale High School and the Kickapoo High School. There are also some popular private high schools found in Springfield City such as the Christian School of Springfield, Springfield Lutheran School, New Covenant Academy, Grace Classical Academy and the Springfield Sudbury School. As you can see, there is much to enjoy in this city.