Quality Education in Muskegon County Is Second to None

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

Muskegon Area Promise

The opportunity for free higher education is available to all students who graduate from a Muskegon County high school with a 3.5-grade point average or higher and live within the Muskegon Area ISD boundaries.

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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 advanced classes, dual enrollment in college, and career/technical training opportunities.

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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.

Career Preparation

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