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Education Scene
High School
• National Advanced Placement
every building
• iPads and Chromebooks in every
Lakeview School District – Creating Solution-Oriented Problem Solvers
Robotics teams at each of Lakeview’s four elementary schools nurture students’ interest in science, technology, engineering and math.
are proud to offer a learning environment that fosters these skills as an integral part of the educational process.
• Battle Creek Area Mathematics Center and Calhoun Area Career Center (9-12)
Awards & Honors – Lakeview students and staff members each year enjoy recognition at the state and
national levels for their academic and extracurricular innovations and successes. Recent accomplishments include:
• Niche #1 in Calhoun County
• U.S. News & World Report Best
thinking and problem solving skills while helping align the students’ knowledge and skill development with the requirements of tomorrow’s workforce. We continue to expand opportunities for all students and are pleased to offer:
Focus on Early Learning – Our youngest students learn and grow in an interactive, caring environment that builds on each child’s unique academic and social strengths. Every Lakeview elementary student benefits from opportunities including:
• Traditional and Young Fives
Honor Roll
• National Merit Scholar Finalists
• International Film Festival Runners-up • Marching Band State Finalists
• Choir Regional and State Honors
• DECAInternationalBusinessTop10
• Robotics State Finalists
• United States Air Force Academy
• Robotics Programming (K-12)
• Robotics, computer science, and
• Individualized support and accelerated
and United States Merchant Marine
Will your child attend
Academy appointments
• Congressional Medal of Merit Winner
Kindergarten at Lakeview
Lakeview High School’s track, wrestling, swimming and tennis teams competed at th,e state level while volleyball, football, and lacrosse celebrated record breaking years. A partnership with the Lakeview Youth Association has expanded middle school athletic offerings. Our youngest students have embraced running clubs at all elementary buildings.
Incoming kindergarten students & families are invited to:
• Learn about kindergarten readiness, preparing for the first day of school and enrolling your child
• Receive information on bussing, school meals and child care
• Visit kindergarten classrooms, meet the teachers and get to know other students and families
next fall?
Now Offering Young Fives Early Kindergarten
Today’s high school graduates must be solu- tion-oriented prob- lem solvers adept at researching, orga- nizing, and applying new ideas. Lakev- iew staff members
• Health Care Career Exploration in partnership with Western Michigan University Medical School, Kellogg Community College, Bronson, and Grace Health
biomedical courses (5-12)
learning opportunities
• Before and after school child care
• State of the art technical design and fabricating labs (9-12)
• STEM specialized classrooms in
Advanced Learning & Partnerships
– Lakeview High School is a leader in providing advanced learning opportunities offering more Advanced Placement courses, qualifying more students for
Kindergarten Open Houses
the Battle Creek Area Mathematics and Science Center, and graduating more honors students. New this year, in collaboration with Kellogg Community College, LHS students will have the opportunity to earn college credit for the English 101 course offered at LHS.
Monday, March 30
6:00-7:30 p.m. Westlake Elementary 1184 South 24th Street
Tuesday, March 31
6:00-7:30 p.m. Prairieview Elementary 1675 Iroquois Avenue
Wednesday, April 1
6:00-7:30 p.m. Riverside Elementary 650 Riverside Drive
Thursday, April 2
6:00-7:30 p.m. Minges Brook Elementary 435 Lincoln Hill Drive
STEM Programming – Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) focused instruction help develop higher level
Learn more! (269) 565-2400

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