Lansing School District
|Lansing Public School District|
|Type and location|
|Budget||US$ 176,017,675 (2011-12)|
|Students and staff|
|Number of Schools||34|
The Lansing Public School District is the urban public school district covering 52 square miles including the city of Lansing, Michigan, part of the city of East Lansing, and parts of the townships of Delta, DeWitt, Lansing, and Watertown.
Public school in Lansing began in May 1847. Between 1847 and 1851, three separate school districts occupied the then-small city. The districts were consolidated into a single school district in 1861 as required by the new city charter.
- Dwight Rich Middle School
- Gardner Middle School
- Pattengill Middle School
- Pleasant View Magnet School - Visual and Performing Arts
- Wexford Montessori Magnet School
- Woodcreek Magnet School - Math, Science, and Engineering
- Wainwright Leadership, Law, and Government Magnet School
- Post Oak Magnet School- Chinese Immersion program
- Lewton Global Studies/Spanish Immersion Magnet School
- Mt. Hope Elementary School Mt. Hope Elementary School
- Mt. Hope Elementary is located at 1215 E. Mt. Hope in Lansing, MI. It is home of the Mt. Hope Panthers who strive for doing their best each day. Currently there is 1 preschool class, 3 kindergarten classes, 2 first grade classes, 2 second grade classes, 2 third grade classes, 2 fourth grade classes, 1 4/5 split, and 1 fifth grade class. This year, Mt. Hope was identified as one of Michigan's schools that are beating the odds, read the article here.
- Attwood Elementary
- Attwood Elementary is located at 915 Attwood Dr. in Lansing, MI. Attwood is an elementary school nestled in a small neighborhood. Attwood is a school that strives to meet the needs of all students. For more information about the standards and how Attwood is doing read the 2011 - 2012 Annual Report here.
- Forest G. Averill Elementary Homepage
- Forest G. Averill Elementary is located at 3201 Averill Dr. in Lansing, MI. It is home to the Averill Allstars. Averill is unique in the Lansing School District as it is a school with a Spanish immersion program. This is a great opportunity for students to learn another language.
- "District History". Lansing School District website. Retrieved 22 February 2012.