Grandville Public Schools has been a premier public school district in West Michigan for more than a century. We serve students in preschool and Young Kindergarten through 12th grade.
Grandville has seven neighborhood elementary schools, one middle school, and one main high school. Preschool classes are held in elementary buildings throughout the district. Pathways, an alternative high school, is located at the Y.
If you can dream it, you can do it. Grandville graduates have the skills to be responsible, contributing citizens in a changing world.
In a 2018 survey, 96 percent of Grandville parents said they believe our teaching styles match their child’s learning style fairly well to extremely well.
Our teachers: They make Grandville special. They shape the lives of our students for the better, influencing them long after they've graduated.
We offer courses for all levels. Beginning in Young Kindergarten, students receive art and music instruction each week from educators who specialize in the subject areas. For middle and high school students, we offer a range of award-winning fine arts programs as well.
Grit drives our Division I athletes to be among the best in the state. Niche recently ranked Grandville High School's athletics program among the Top 20 in Michigan.
Community members are welcome to attend; board meetings are open to the public.