Loy Norrix High School is a Class A school in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serving approximately 1,600 students in grades nine through 12. Named for a former Kalamazoo Public Schools superintendent, the school opened in 1961.
Loy Norrix students are eligible for The Kalamazoo Promise scholarship, which provides up to 100 percent tuition and fees for almost all public and private colleges and universities in Michigan. The scholarship is available to all KPS graduates who meet residency requirements. Students who enroll by ninth grade (the last year to qualify for the program), earn 65 percent of college tuition and fees.
Famous graduates include:
- T.J. Duckett, professional football player
- David Means, author, winner of the O. Henry Award, The Pushcart Prize and the Los Angeles Times Book Prize.
- Tim Nordwind, bass player for the band OK GO.
- Meredith Arwady, opera singer, Grammy Award winner
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