Kalamazoo County Public Schools

Public Schools

Kalamazoo County has 10 school districts that enroll more than 35,000 students.

Climax-Scotts Community Schools
372 S. Main St., Climax
269.746.2400
csschools.net
Grades: PreK–12
Enrollment: 510
This rural district offers 1 elementary school, a combined junior-senior high school that encompasses grades 6–12 and an alternative education program.

Comstock Community Schools
3010 Gull Rd., Kalamazoo
269.250.8900
comstockps.org
Grades: PreK–12
Enrollment: 1,898
This district offers 3 elementary schools, 1 middle school and 2 high schools (one is an alternative high school). Comstock started a STEM academy in 2013 serving kindergarten through 8th grade.

Galesburg-Augusta Community Schools
1076 N. 37th St., Galesburg
269.484.2000
g-aschools.org
Grades: PreK–12
Enrollment: 1,028
This district has 1 elementary school, 
1 middle school and 1 high school.

Gull Lake Community Schools
11775 East D Ave., Richland
269.488.5000
gulllakecs.org
Grades: PreK–12
Enrollment: 3,138
Gull Lake Schools has 3 elementary schools, 1 middle school and 2 high schools (one is an alternative high school). Gull Lake also offers the Home School Partnership and a virtual middle school and high school program.

Kalamazoo Area Math and Science Center (KAMSC)
600 West Vine St., Suite 400, 
Kalamazoo
269.337.0004
kamsconline.com
Grades: 9–12
Enrollment: 300
KAMSC provides an accelerated education in mathematics, science and technology to high school students who both reside in and attend a public, private or home high school located within the boundaries of one of the nine public KRESA school districts. Admission is competitive for the half-day program.

Kalamazoo Public Schools
1220 Howard St., Kalamazoo
269.337.0100

kalamazoopublicschools.com
Grades: PreK–12
Enrollment: 12,624
Kalamazoo Public Schools is the county’s largest school district with 17 elementary schools, 5 middle schools (including an alternative middle school), and 4 high schools (this includes an alternative high school and KAMSC). The district offers students the Kalamazoo Promise, which is free in-state college tuition for its graduates.

Mattawan Consolidated Schools
56720 Murray St., Mattawan
269.668.3361
mattawanschools.org
Grades: PreK–12
Enrollment: 3,844
This district has 2 elementary schools, 
1 middle school and 1 high school.

Parchment Public Schools
520 N. Orient St., Parchment
269.488.1050
parchmentschools.org
Grades: PreK–12
Enrollment: 1,672
This district has 3 elementary schools, 
1 middle school and 2 high schools (one is an alternative high school).

Portage Public Schools
8107 Mustang Dr., Portage
269.323.5000
portageps.org
Grades: PreK–12
Enrollment: 8,666
This district has 8 elementary schools 
3 middle and 3 high schools (one is an alternative high school). Portage Public Schools offers the International Baccalaureate program in high school.

Schoolcraft Public Schools
551 East Lyons St., Schoolcraft
269.488.7390
schoolcraftschools.org
Grades: PreK–12
Enrollment: 1,068
This district has 2 elementary schools , 
1 middle school and 1 high school.

Vicksburg Community Schools
301 S. Kalamazoo Ave., Vicksburg
269.321.1000
vicksburgcommunityschools.org
Grades: PreK–12
Enrollment: 2,683
Vicksburg Schools has 3 elementary schools , 1 middle school and 1 high school.

Sources:
Enrollment information as of Dec. 1, 2016 came from individual school districts, individual schools, and MI School Data, mischooldata.org/DistrictSchoolProfiles

This School Smarts information is researched and compiled by Encore Publications staff. While every reasonable effort was made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained herein, Encore assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions. Information contained here is subject to change without notice.

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