- Academic Services
At Cedar Springs Public Schools our Secondary Curriculum continues to build off the strong base our students learn in the K-5th grade curriculum.
Starting in6th-8th grades, students are introduced to a wide variety of encore courses where the student is able to start exploring courses of interest specifically designed for them.
These courses continue to expand into High School grade levels, along with additional learning opportunities including Kent County Tech Center, Early Middle College, and Dual Enrollment learn more at the Cedar Springs High School Student Resource Page.
The information below is provided by the National Parent Teacher Association.
To access full "Parents’ Guides to Student Success" in Literature and Mathematics visit the National PTA website. These guides are developed by teachers, parents, and education experts in response to the Common Core State Standards that more than 45 states have adopted.
Created for grades K-8 and high school English, language arts/literacy, and mathematics, the guides provide clear, consistent expectations for what students should be learning at each grade in order to be prepared for college and career.
Michigan’s science standards are organized by grade level K-5, and then by grade span in middle school and high school.
Download and read more about the Michigan K-12 Standards Science from the Michigan Department of Education.
6th Grade: Art, Band, Choir, Music, Physical Education, Success Strategies, Ukelele & Percussion
7th & 8th Grade: Athletic Performance, Beyond the Basics: Exploring Art Concepts, Coding with Robotics, Creative Writing, Digital Basics, Fundamentals of Art, Introduction to Coding, Lifetime Recreation, Music, Teen Leadership, Visual Applications, World Cultures
High School: View the full curriculum guide