Muskegon is known for high teaching standards, with the ability to serve those that are gifted, as well as those who may require special programing. Since there are multiple school districts in Muskegon County, every family can find the school environment that fits their needs. The goal is to keep families together while achieving academic success. Click here to learn more about Muskegon County schools.
The nation’s best college and trades schools routinely visit Muskegon to find top achievers in academics, art, music and sports. So regardless of a child’s interest or aptitude, Muskegon County is the best place to launch careers in healthcare, manufacturing, skilled trades, entrepreneurship, human services, professional services or the arts.
All area schools are committed to scholastic achievement thanks to the motivation of The Muskegon Area Promise. Two years of free college is offered to all Muskegon County Students who achieve a 3.5 grade point average and above.
It starts at the top with Muskegon Community College, which is rated the top community college in Michigan! Nearby Baker College has received national recognition for numerous programs including the Culinary Institute of Michigan. Four year and research institutions hosted by the University of Michigan, Grand Valley State University, Western Michigan University and Ferris State offer students access to programs locally.
Muskegon County Schools invest in state of the art facilities and offer extensive programming, from STEM education to skilled trades training at the Muskegon Career Tech Center. Programs include:
Allied Health Technology
Auto Collision/Refinishing Technology
Auto Service Technology
Catering & Culinary Management
Computer Aided Design (CAD)
Graphic Production Technologies
Health Science Academy
Internet, Network & Security Technologies