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Spring City schools — Spring City Middle School is located at 751 Wassom Memorial Hwy, Spring City TN 37381. 751 Wassom Memorial Hwy is in the 37381 ZIP code in Spring City, TN The school district for Spring City Middle School is the Rhea County School District. Spring City Middle School is a Public school that serves grade levels 6 - 8.
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