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Muskegon offers public, private and charter options for K-12 education.
Muskegon County is now offering the Promise scholarship, for resident Muskegon Area high school graduates with a 3.5 grade point average or higher. To be eligible, the Promise Scholars must have graduated from a high school within the Muskegon Area Intermediate School District and the scholarship will be accepted at either Muskegon Community College or Baker College of Muskegon. Click here for more information.
Muskegon Public Schools
Muskegon Public Schools is dedicated to providing and promoting comprehensive educational, social, and cultural opportunities that will enable a diverse citizenry of all ages, interests, and abilities to lead productive, enriched lives.
Fruitport Public Schools
Known for their academic and co-curricular programs, the Fruitport district is located in Muskegon and Ottawa counties. They provide an environment that celebrates individuality, promotes problem solving through critical thinking and encourages students to fulfill their potential.
Holton Public Schools
Holton School District is situated in Muskegon County, in western Michigan. The District includes the Village of Holton, and all, or parts of, the Townships of Holton, Cedar Creek, and Blue Lake. Grades Pre K-12 are housed in three buildings and serve the District’s approximately 1000 students.
Mona Shores Public Schools
Mona Shores Public Schools is recognized throughout the area as one of the finest K-12 school districts in West Michigan.
Montague Area Public Schools
Montague Area Public Schools serves children from the City of Montague, Rothbury Village, Montague Township, White River Township and part of Grant, Otto, and Claybanks Townships—an area of more than 120 square miles. The size of the district allows teachers to know students well and personalize their instruction.
Muskegon Area Intermediate School District
Our primary mission is to provide leadership and services that enhance the delivery of instruction for the 12 constituent school districts and assisting other public and parochial schools.
Muskegon Heights Public Schools
Because families who live in Muskegon Heights stay for generations, students go to the same schools that their parents and grandparents attended. Students can’t get lost in the crowd because parents and teachers know each other and stay in touch. Helping students learn is everyone’s responsibility.
North Muskegon Public Schools
The beautiful community of North Muskegon has a long tradition of providing excellent education for its children. The belief that education is the major foundation for the future strength of our country and the cornerstone for individual success is the basis for our pursuit of academic excellence.
Oakridge Public Schools
The community of Oakridge Public Schools exists to prepare every student, within a safe and healthy environment, with a globally competitive education focused on college preparation, workplace success, and lifelong learning.
Orchard View Public Schools
Orchard View Schools believes in servicing the family as a whole. We provide an environment that promotes problem solving, critical thinking, and encouragement for all to reach their full potential.
Ravenna Public Schools
Ravenna is a progressive community that values young people. The entire community strives to meet the educational, social and emotional needs of its students. There are many examples of the community’s dedication to this task. In 2008 the district passed a $14.8 million dollar bond initiative.
Reeths Puffer Public Schools
An organization that lacks direction or a specific vision can not move forward. What we do best at Reeths-Puffer is teaching and learning. We strive to be the best at what we do and a strategic plan is critical to that success.
Whitehall Public School
Students, staff and parents of Whitehall District Schools are part of a community that takes pride in a quality educational system committed to the expectation that all students can and will learn. Educational programs are available for learners of all ages, child through adult. Two elementary schools, one middle school, one high school, and a community education program provide opportunities for all residents.
Calvary Christian Schools
Since 1980, CCS families in the greater Lakeshore area have chosen to be part of an educational community that understands the advantages of the local homes, local churches, and a family-friendly local school constructing a framework for life upon the same firm foundation.
Catholic Schools in the Diocese of Grand Rapids
Catholic Schools in the Diocese of Grand Rapids are an alliance of 30 vibrant learning communities serving more than 6,600 elementary and high school students throughout West Michigan. Their 25 elementary and five high schools inspire young people to grow in faith and grace, achieve more in school and life, develop creativity and character, and feel welcomed and cherished for their unique gifts. They partner with parents to awaken the whole child to a world of light and life — that grows better and brighter when children reach their potential.
Muskegon Catholic Central
Muskegon Catholic Schools educate each student in spirit, mind, and body by fostering personal excellence within the Catholic tradition.
Muskegon Christian School
Our mission is to provide academic excellence with a Christian worldview to engage each student in a lifetime of Christian discipleship.
West Shore Lutheran School
West Shore Lutheran School will provide excellence in Christ-centered education. To do this we will instruct, nurture, and reach out to our congregations’ and communities’ families and children. Our goal is to serve Christ by serving families. That, together, we may learn, grow and live lives to the glory of God and in service to others.”
Western Michigan Christian High School
Western Michigan Christian High School’s mission is to educate with excellence, integrate faith with knowledge, equip students to work and serve Christ in their communities. It is a 4 year private Christian school accredited by the Michigan Association of Non-Public Schools. Annually, more than 90% of our seniors enroll in two- or four-year college programs after graduation.
Timberland Charter Academy
Timberland Charter Academy, home of the Timberwolves, is located 9 miles from Lake Michigan in Muskegon. We serve a diverse population of over 550 elementary and middle school students in our safe environment.