Black River Public School is a not-for-profit school chartered by Grand Valley State University. Located in the historic Holland Furnace building near downtown Holland, Black River serves students in grades K-12. Black River does not discriminate in its pupil admissions policies or practices on the basis of intellectual or athletic ability, measures of achievement or aptitude, status as a handicapped person, or any other basis not permitted by Michigan public schools.
Distinguishing Characteristics of Black River Include:
A college preparatory liberal arts middle school and high school that employs smaller class size to create an environment thriving on participation, responsiveness, and experiential learning.
A Montessori-based elementary school that fosters student achievement and responsibility in smaller sized classes and individualized learning plans to enhance advancement.
A school without geographical boundaries; any student, regardless of school district, may attend.
A place for any child to experience the joys of learning.
A school that accommodates individual learning styles.
A public school funded by the State of Michigan and chartered by Grand Valley State University.
An integrated curriculum, demonstrating relationships among fields of study.