Grandville Public School District


Summer Reading & Math Program

Small amounts of practice will prevent summer learning loss.
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Top 5% in Michigan

U.S. News & World Report again named Grandville High School among the Top 40 high schools in the state. The magazine also ranked GHS nationally in the top 6% of public high schools in the U.S. for 2015.
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Backboarding. Oxygen therapy. Patient care. Grandville is one of only a few districts in the state to offer an EMT course. After high school, graduates can work as licensed EMTs and often enter pre-med or pre-nursing programs.

Respecting Differences

Including others is what our Special Olympics and Peer to Peer programs are all about. Hundreds of Grandville students with and without autism join forces as friends in Peer to Peer.
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Summer Recreation

Make the most of vacation by trying something new. From tennis to theatre camps, you'll find it all through Community Ed.
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Risk & Resilience

We encourage intellectual risk-taking. Playing it safe academically? That's the biggest risk of all.
Grandville students do not fear risk -- they embrace it. And if they make mistakes, they dust themselves off and bounce right back.
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I Chose Grandville

Our teachers aren't just passing through. They're committed to their craft and to making an imprint on this place and thereby this world.

Discover why Grandville is a destination district for educators.

2015 Scholastic Art Awards

Prepare to be wowed by the award-winning artwork produced by our high school students.
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1:1 Tech Initiative

Every K-12 student now has an iPad or a Chromebook, and thanks to ongoing training, our educators know how to seamlessly integrate the new devices into the classroom.
Read about the benefits of 1:1 here

Teamwork & Sportsmanship

Sports are about so much more than the score; our athletes support one another every step of the way while competing at the highest level.

Find the latest news about our 29 varsity sports here.

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First Day of School
Date: 9/8/2015
*For athletic schedules, please go to the Athletics tab.