Holland High School

Holland Public Schools 

"Founded in 1848, Holland Public Schools has earned state and national recognition for excellence in education. Approximately 330 teachers, with an average of 14 years experience each and most possessing master's degrees, offer our diverse student population solid instruction in core curriculum along with a wide spectrum of other programs, including art, music, athletics, theater, forensics, K-12 Spanish, special education, English as a Second Language, and many extra-curricular activities." - HPS

Zeeland Public Schools

"The Zeeland Public School district covers 94 square miles of prime growth area in West Michigan, encompassing the city of Zeeland, a portion of the city of Holland, and eight rural townships in Ottawa and Allegan Counties. Traditional community values and a robust job market are attracting many young families to the area." - ZPS



Hamilton Community Schools "Hamilton continues to be a supportive and caring community for our young people. Our new high school and swimming pool are definitely "state of the art" and along with our middle school and elementary buildings provide outstanding facilities for our instructional program. While we can be proud of our facilities it is the teaching and support staff who are the real strength of our overall system. They are dedicated professionals who insure an excellent experience for our students." James Kos, Superintendent (Retired)

West Ottawa Panthers

West Ottawa Public Schools

"West Ottawa sets the bar for excellence in education, performing arts and sciences, athletics and community pride. From our award-winning academics and arts to the International Baccalaureate program, from our Spanish Immersion to our dual enrollment and schools of choice participation, we pull out all the stops to make our schools West Michigan's best. And we do what it takes to ensure our students realize their personal best in the classroom - and in life. It's been that way since 1958." - WOPS



Saugatuck/Douglas Public Schools "The Saugatuck Public School District serves residents of the City of Saugatuck, the Village of Douglas, and portions of Saugatuck and Laketown Townships approximately 5,500 people in all. Saugatuck Public Schools is a district of less than 1,000 students in grades preschool through 12." - SPS


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