Welcome to East Kentwood High School

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Spring Testing Information:  
All 11th graders will be required to complete the MME spring testing. The MME (Michigan Merit Exams) this  includes the SAT test on Tuesday April 10th,  the Workkeys ACT test on Wednesday April 11th and the M-step April 17th &18th.  
10th Graders will be taking the PSAT on Wednesday April 11th.
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All graduates of East Kentwood High School will be inspired to excellence and life-long learning, educated for intellectual and cultural competency, and empowered to reach their full potential as productive self-directed members of society. 
East Kentwood High School will create graduates who are inspired, educated and empowered by:
  • Providing intellectually rigorous and relevant educational opportunities within an environment conducive to learning; 
  • Incorporating and demonstrating skills needed for success in a global society; 
  • Encouraging and supporting creativity and educational risk-taking; 
  • Building and modeling a community that supports and values diversity, equity and relationships; 
  • Expecting exemplary performance in behavior and learning; 
  • Involving parents and community. 
1. All students and staff are members of the East Kentwood Learning Community. As such, each 
  • Will be valued, respected, and supported in achieving their maximum potential. 
  • Will be provided with a safe, secure, and equitable educational environment. 
  • Will be held to high expectations and exemplary performance in behavior and learning. 
  • Will be responsible for promoting a positive culture and helping East Kentwood High School realize its vision and achieve its mission. 
2. Collaboration and communication are essential to an effective organization. 
3. Continuous and high-quality professional learning is critical for successful job performance. 
4. The use of quality data is essential for continuous improvement. 
5. Change will be embraced and used as an opportunity for growth. 

2018-2019 Course Description Book  Download PDF Document 


EKHS 2018 Summer School Information

June 18 - July 26, 2018
Monday – Thursday

  • Session 1: 7:40 - 10:05 am
  • Session 2: 10:15 am - 12:40 pm

Tuition Rates

  • KPS Student: $150/class
  • Out of District: $190/class
  • KPS Scholarship Rate: $50/class for current students

How to earn a scholarship?
Your class MUST be a core class AND Student MUST meet 31A eligibility criteria as determined by EKHS guidelines.

Tuition Payment is due at the time of enrollment. We accept cash or money orders made out to Kentwood Public Schools. PERSONAL CHECKS NOT ACCEPTED. Students are financially responsible for all issued textbooks. Students must be in good financial standing to be accepted into the summer school program.

Registration Deadlines
Early Registration: Register at EKHS or EKFC Guidance Office by June 1, 2018. Late Registration: Register on the First day of summer school at the EKHS Summer School Office June 18th, 2018.

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EKHS Announcements

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Class of 1998 20 year reunion

Event: East Kentwood Class of 1998- 20 Year Reunion
When: June 23, 2018
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