About Us

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We are a Preschool through 12th grade public school located within the city limits of Cedar Springs in Kent County Michigan and part of the Kent Intermediate School District (KISD).  We are unique in the fact that the  majority of the schools are located on a campus setting with the exception of the Middle School which is located 1 mile south of the main campus. The setting is secure, picturesque, and allows easy access for families participating in activities for more than one child.
 
Our school mascot is a Red Hawk and our colors are red, gray and white.

Annual Report

Open our Annual Report which includes detailed information on our district goals, curriculum, instructional services, and student achievement.

Strategic Initiative

Early Childhood Intervention
The Cedar Springs Public School believes that all children have the right to come to school ready to learn.  We further recognize that research strongly supports models that 0-5 educational support systems can have a dramatic impact on a child's readiness for school.  Toward that end, the following initiatives have been implemented.

Cedar Springs Parents as Teachers Program
The Parents as Teacher program recognizes that parents are the child's first and best teacher.  The program focuses on children from birth to age five.

Quality Preschool Programs
High quality Preschool programs are available to young children ages three to five.  The preschool standards are aligned to district, state and national standards.  A variety of options including half-day, all day and two or three days per week are available to parents.  Tuition is based on a sliding scale to encourage equity and universal participation to all students in our district.Early Childhood Special Education programs are available for qualified students ages birth to five.  Programs are also on a continuum from regular home visits to all day/half-day program based on the developmental needs of the child.

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