Schools of Choice - K-12 Non-Resident EnrollmentTop of Page
Cedar Springs Public Schools participates in both the Kent Intermediate School District Schools of Choice Plan and the Section 105c State plan. All students residing within the Kent Intermediate School District may apply for enrollment in any Kent ISD school that has available openings during the advertised timeframe (usually open during the spring). Students who reside in a district that is within a different ISD that borders the Kent ISD, may also apply under the Section 105c plan depending on available openings. Students who have been suspended or expelled may be excluded. Applications are available at our administration building or on our website.
2017-2018 Schools of Choice Timeline and ApplicationsTop of Page
Total number of Kent ISD Schools of Choice Openings: 75
Total number of Section 105c Openings: unlimited
Students residing in Kent County may apply for Schools of Choice through the Kent County Schools of Choice Plan.
Students residing outside of Kent County may apply for Schools of Choice through the Schools of Choice 105c Plan.
Transportation to and from school is the responsibility of the student's family.
Parent Notification: Parents will be notified by letter if their child has been accepted for enrollment in Cedar Springs Public Schools through a Schools of Choice plan. Acceptance or denial will be in writing only, no information will be provided over the phone.
Kent ISD Information: If you would like additional information regarding the Kent ISD, please visit Kent ISD web site.
Central Registration Office
Hilltop Community Building
204 East Muskegon Street
Cedar Springs, MI 49319
Monday through Friday; 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Special Considerations for Parents & Students Considering Schools of ChoiceTop of Page
Transportation is not provided for Schools of Choice students; parents must provide their own transportation.
The Michigan High School Athletic Association requires students in grades 10 - 12 to wait one semester after enrolling in a new district (under Schools of Choice) before they can participate in athletics.
Michigan law and the Kent Intermediate Superintendents' Association agree that siblings should be kept together in a single district whenever possible. As a result, siblings of current School of Choice students may receive preference in filling district openings.
A written agreement between the resident district and the Choice district must be in place regarding students who apply through the Schools of Choice 105c and receive special education services/programs as to the responsibility of payment for the added costs of required services/programs for the student.