The District strives for excellence through continual evaluation, feedback, and revision of programs and processes. One of our guiding principles is that we will develop all students to become educated, self-confident, responsible citizens in a changing world. We want all children to develop to their full and wonderful potential.
Cedar Springs Public Schools are located approximately 20 miles north of Grand Rapids, Michigan and 1 mile east of the US 131 Expressway in Northeastern Kent County. The district is approximately 110 square miles and is comprised of the City of Cedar Springs and portions of seven townships: Algoma, Courtland, Ensley, Nelson, Oakfield, Solon and Spencer. The school facilities are all within the city limits and a majority 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.
3,500 students are enrolled in the preschool through high school
classes of Cedar Springs Public Schools. We offer a comprehensive
educational program that strives to meet the needs of all students. The
District upholds a core curriculum that meets or exceeds state and
national standards and offers a full complement of extracurricular,
athletics and fine arts programs.
Cedar Springs Public Schools is a welcoming, inclusive educational environment where students are challenged to reach their potential, and are prepared for life beyond school.
Cedar Springs Public Schools will prepare all students to be independent thinkers and life-long learners who are confident and engaged in their community and world.