Schools in Kalamazoo
From preschool to PhD, education is a priority for the Kalamazoo community.
With public, private, parochial, technical and charter schools in the mix, parents have many choices on how their children are educated.
Comstock Public Schools
The Comstock Public School District is a full service district with the services and programs of a large metropolitan school system in a small rural setting. We pride ourselves on keeping classroom sizes small and our ability to be responsive to the needs of each child in the district.
Gull Lake Community Schools
The Gull Lake Community Schools Foundation supports a vibrant learning environment which enhances student achievement and advances the role of the schools in the community.
Mattawan Consolidated Schools
Mattawan Consolidated School will be a collaborative and innovative learning community where every individual is valued, challenged and connected.
Portage Public Schools
Through a partnership of school staff, students, parents and community, all Portage Public Schools students will become effective communicators, responsible citizens, self-directed learners and complex thinkers. In order to accomplish this mission:
Catholic Schools of Greater Kalamazoo
Hackett Catholic Central is committed to preparing our students for lifelong success by promoting and developing faith, character, and academic achievement in a supportive and challenging Catholic faith-based environment.
Kalamazoo Christian School Association
The Kalamazoo Christian Schools have established a solid reputation for excellent academic and extracurricular programs. All subjects are taught with the knowledge that Jesus is Lord over all creation. The Bible is our foundation and guide in exploring the world in all of its dimensions.
The mission of the Academy is to provide a high quality general program of fundamental education in reading, mathematics, science, social studies, conduct, health/physical education and art.
Paramount Charter School
We provide a safe, small, nurturing K-8 environment, where students achieve more and significantly impact the high schools they attend.