Napoleon Community Schools

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Napoleon Community Schools
Napoleon, Michigan
United States
Coordinates 42°09′50″N 84°14′56″W / 42.1640236°N 84.2489127°W / 42.1640236; -84.2489127
Type Public
Motto Proudly Charting The Course For Success
Locale Napoleon, Michigan
Superintendent James E. Graham[1]
Grades K–12
Number of students 1,440[2]
Color(s) Green & White          
Athletics conference Cascades
Mascot Pirates

Napoleon Community Schools is a public school district located in Napoleon, Michigan, approximately 7 miles South East of Jackson, Michigan. The district includes Napoleon High School, Ackerson Lake Alternative High School, Napoleon Middle School and Ezra Eby Elementary schools.[3] The school services students from Napoleon and Norvell Townships, and some parts of Columbia and Grass Lake Townships.[4]


Napoleon Community Schools were officially formed in 1921[5] after the passage of the Consolidated school act. Prior to the passage, many schools operated independently within Napoleon Township, dating back to at least 1909.[6] In 2016, the school district went to the U.S. Supreme Court over not allowing access for a student's service dog in Fry v. Napoleon Community Schools.


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