Cedar Springs Public Schools are located approximately 20 miles north of Grand Rapids, Michigan, and one 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 one 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.
Over 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 Mission, Vision, and Core Values
Our Mission: We foster a dynamic community of learners who inspire and support one another to exceed their potential.
Our Vision: We enrich the world by cultivating learners who thrive within their communities.
Our Core Values: As learners, we value community, diversity, integrity, resiliency, synergy, and transparency.
Our Promise: Purpose, Potential, Pride