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Linda Mah
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KPS Still Enrolling Students for Fall

Seats Are Still Available at Some of the District Buildings

Good news!

There are still some seats available in Kalamazoo Public Schools (KPS) for the fall semester.

KPS has rising student achievement in reading and math, rising Advance Placement success, and rising graduation rates. Join us!

Only KPS offers students the Kalamazoo Promise, which pays for college tuition and fees for high school graduates. The Kalamazoo Promise provides up to 100 percent tuition and fees scholarship for KPS graduates. The amount of the scholarship is based on the student’s length of continuous attendance in KPS. Students who attend KPS from kindergarten through 12th grade receive a scholarship covering 100 percent of tuition and fees at 62 public and private post-secondary schools in Michigan. Students can earn up to 65 percent scholarships if they enroll in KPS by ninth grade.

The district has 17 elementary school and five middle school programs. The district’s four high schools range from two traditional settings to two alternative programs. KPS schools are:

Elementary Schools

Arcadia Elementary School, Pre K-5, 932 Boswell Lane, (269) 337-0530

Edison Environmental Science Academy, Pre K-5, 924 Russell St., (269) 337-0550

El Sol Elementary School, K-5, 604 W. Vine St., (269) 337-0230

Greenwood Elementary School, Pre K-3, 3501 Moreland Ave., (269) 337-0560

Indian Prairie Elementary School, Pre K-3, 3546 Grand Prairie, (269) 337-0590

King-Westwood Elementary School, K-5, 1100 Nichols Road, (269) 337-0610

Lincoln International Studies School, Pre K-5, 912 N. Burdick St., (269) 337-0640

Milwood Elementary School, K-5, 3400 Lovers Lane, (269) 337-0660

Northeastern Elementary School, Pre K-5, 2433 Gertrude Ave., (269) 337-0690

Northglade Montessori Magnet School, K-5, 1914 Cobb Ave., (269) 337-0700

Parkwood-Upjohn Elementary School, 2321 S. Park Ave., (269) 337-0720

Prairie Ridge Elementary School, K-5, 2294 S. Ninth St., (269) 337-0630

Spring Valley Center for Exploration, Pre K-5, 3530 Mt. Olivet Road, (269) 337-0750

Washington Writers’ Academy, Pre K-5, 1919 Portage St., (269) 337-0770

Winchell Elementary School, Pre K-5, 2316 Winchell Ave., (269) 337-0780

Woods Lake Elementary: A Magnet School for the Arts, K-5, 3215 Oakland Drive, (269) 337-0790

Woodward School for Technology and Research, Pre K-5, 606 Stuart Ave., (269) 337-0810

Middle Schools

Hillside Middle School, 1941 Alamo Ave., (269) 337-0570

Linden Grove Middle School, 4241 Arboretum Pkwy., (269) 337-1740

Maple Street Magnet School for the Arts, 922 W. Maple St., (269) 337-0730

Milwood Magnet School: A Center for Math, Science and Technology, 2916 Konkle St., (269) 337-0670

Alternative Learning Program, 3410 Laird Ave., (269) 337-0540

High Schools

Kalamazoo Central High School, 2432 N. Drake Road., (269) 337-0300

Loy Norrix High School, 606 E. Kilgore Road, (269) 337-0200

Phoenix High School, 1411 Oakland Drive, (269) 337-0760

Kalamazoo Innovative Learning Program, 3333 S. Westnedge Ave., (269) 558-0190

No other schools besides those above generate credit for a Kalamazoo Promise scholarship.

For more information on any of our schools or on enrollment, contact KPS Student Services at (269) 337-0161. For PEEP pre-kindergarten enrollment, call (269) 337-0095.


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