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Quality Education

Find Your Future

Muskegon County is known for its high teaching standards, top-rated colleges, numerous career and technical education programs, and FREE college opportunities.

Our Promise. Your Future.

Muskegon Area Promise

The opportunity for free higher education is available to all students who live within the boundaries of the Muskegon Area ISD and graduate with a qualifying GPA from one of the county's 16 eligible high schools.

For Their Success

Muskegon Area Intermediate School District

Muskegon County neighborhood schools are known for high-quality curricula, cutting-edge technology, and teachers who use innovative ways to reach all learners. Local state-of-the-art facilities offer a wide variety of academic options including - early childhood education, general and/or special education, project and placed-based learning, advanced placement classes, pre-college opportunities like dual enrollment and Early College, and career/technical training opportunities.

A Passport to the Future

Higher Education

Muskegon County is home to Muskegon Community College and Baker College. Both colleges, including Baker College's Culinary Institute of Michigan, are top-rated institutes and have been nationally recognized for a number of their core programs. Additionally, Muskegon offers access to opportunities with four-year Universities including Grand Valley State University, Western Michigan University, and Ferris State University.

Hands-on Training

Career Preparation

Hands-on career and technical training is offered for adults and high school students at the Muskegon Area Career Tech Center.

Find yourself in Muskegon.