Schools in Grand Haven
Grand Haven offers both public and private K-12 educational opportunities...
Grand Haven Public Schools
For more than 130 years, the core of this district has been academic excellence realized through a rigorous curriculum combined with individual attention from our outstanding staff. GHAPS has gained national recognition for excellence in academics, athletics, and the arts. It offers a superior curriculum at all levels, emphasizing Advanced Placement and college-level courses in the high school.
Grand Haven Christian Schools
We are a private, Christian school, teaching from the reformed perspective, believing that God is Lord of all areas of life. We have classes ranging from Preschool through 8th Grade, in the academic disciplines as well as physical education, band, choir, music, visual art, computer technology, and introductory Spanish.
Lakeshore Baptist Academy
Lakeshore Christian Academy is currently in its 26th year of offering quality K-12 education to the Grand Haven area. It's well known for it's limited class sizes, high teacher/ student ratio, and affordable tuition.
Grand Haven public schools spend $6,588 per student, while the average school expenditure in the U.S. is $6,058.
19.85% of the city's population holds a four year degree, compared with 15.16% nationally.
27% of Grand Haven residents age 25 and older have a bachelor's or advanced college degree.