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Welcome To Grand Haven Area Public Schools
Grand Haven Area Public Schools is a district of distinction for students preschool through 12th grade. Our Brand Promise is: Providing exemplary programs and opportunities to meet the diverse needs of our students.
At A Glance
The U.S. News & World Report has awarded Grand Haven High School (GHHS) the prestigious Silver Medal ranking in the latest "America's Best High Schools" results released this week. Read more »
Students in Technology Education teacher Jeremy Case's class competed in the Extreme Redesign 3D Printing Challenge by Stratasys, and placed in first and second place earning scholarships. In addition, a team won the engineering bonus category. Read more »
Congratulations to Robinson Elementary School Principal Jeffrey Marcus for being named the 2013 Michigan PTA Outstanding Administrator of the Year. Recognized for his tireless efforts in promoting the welfare of children and youth, Marcus will be given the award at the Michigan PTA 95th Annual Convention on Saturday, April 20.
I am certain that by now you have seen the media coverage around racial intimidation issues at Grand Haven High School. Please know that, not only is this issue being taken very seriously at GHHS, but in every building throughout our district. It is, however, an issue that requires a combined effort of our students, staff, parents, as well as the broader community. Read more »