Kelloggsville Public Schools

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Kelloggsville Public Schools is a school district located in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Wyoming, Michigan, and Kentwood, Michigan. The district serves 2,289 students [1]

It has two high schools, one middle school, three elementary schools, and an early child development center.

For sports, they participate in the Ottawa-Kent Conference Silver Division. The sports teams play under the name Rockets.

Kelloggsville High School[edit]

Kelloggsville High School
Location
Wyoming, Michigan, Michigan 49548
Information
School type Public, high school
Founded 1927
School district Kelloggsville Public Schools
Principal Kevin Simmons
Grades 9–12
Enrollment 630 [1] (2016)
Language English
Spanish
Color(s) Orange and blue
Team name Rockets
Communities served Wyoming, MI
Feeder schools Kelloggsville Middle School

Kelloggsville High School is a public high school located in Wyoming, Michigan, on 23 Jean SW. It is part of the Kelloggsville Public Schools district. Its principal is Kevin Simmons. Its feeder school is the middle school.

It has an alternative high school called 54th Street Academy.

Athletics[edit]

Under Athletic Director, Bruce Foster, the Kelloggsville Rockets offers many sports, including boys' basketball (varsity, JV, and freshmen), tennis (varsity and JV), cross country (varsity), bowling (varsity), wrestling (varsity and JV), baseball (varsity and JV), softball (varsity), football (varsity and JV), cheerleading (varsity), soccer (varsity and JV), and track (varsity and JV).[2] Their recent titles include a Division 3 Girls' Bowling State Championship (2007), Division 3 Boys' Track and Field State Champions (2013), 2007 and 2016 District Title for Wrestling,[2] and won the Girls' Cross Country State Champions in 2000. They were also OK Silver Conference Champions in Cheerleading for three consecutive years from 2013-2016.[citation needed]

Organizations[edit]

Kelloggsville High School offers other opportunities including marching band, symphonic band, choir, jazz band, theater, and competitive theater.

Kelloggsville Middle School[edit]

This is the middle school in the Kelloggsville Public Schools school district. It is in the city of Kentwood at 4650 S. Division SE, Grand Rapids, MI, 49548. It was built in 1994. It houses grades 6 through 8 and is fed by the elementary schools. There are currently 462 students.[1]

54th Street Academy[edit]

54th Street Academy
Location
Grand Rapids, MI 49548
Information
School type Public, high school
School district Kelloggsville Public Schools
Principal Jeremy Palmitier
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 234 [1] (2016)
Language English
Spanish
Communities served Grand Rapids, MI
Wyoming, MI
Kentwood, MI
Feeder schools Kelloggsville High School
Kelloggsville Middle School

54th Street Academy is an alternative public high school located in Wyoming, Michigan. It is part of the Kelloggsville Public Schools district.

It is the alternative high school of Kelloggsville High School. The principal is Mr. Jeremy Palmitier. The school serves 9th–12th grade students. It is also known to house the most students with Special Needs of Kelloggsville.

Elementary schools[edit]

West Kelloggsville is in the city of Wyoming, MI on 4555 Magnolia SW. It teaches grades Kindergarten through 3rd grade. It has 343 students.[1]

East Kelloggsville is in the city of Kentwood, MI on 4656 Jefferson SE. It teaches grades Kindergarten through 3rd grade. It has 343 students.[1]

Southeast Elementary is in the city of Kentwood, MI on 240 52nd SE. In its parking lot is the Administration Building. The school teaches grades 4th and 5th. It has 313 students.[1]

Kelloggsville Early Childhood Learning Center[edit]

This is located in the former Northwest Kelloggsville elementary building. They offer 3 year old preschool and 4/5 year old Preschool. [3] They also offer daily childcare.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g "GreatSchools". Retrieved 2010-12-10. 
  2. ^ a b "Kelloggsville Sportszone". Archived from the original on 2007-10-20. Retrieved 2007-10-09. 
  3. ^ a b "Kelloggsville Early Childhood Center". Retrieved 2010-12-10. 

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