OUR AREA SCHOOLS
Cadillac Area Public Schools:
Cadillac is located at the geographic center of Michigan with the highest elevation in the state. Anyone considering a move to Cadillac will be moved by the beauty that the four seasons here has to offer. We are a small city surrounded by smaller towns with many lakes and rivers. The people here are friendly with a love for the great outdoors. Anyone visiting the area will see for themselves.
Cadillac Area Public School district (CAPS) is a school district in Michigan. The district encompasses one senior high school, one alternative education high school, one junior high school, one middle school and five elementary schools.
*Cadillac High School: 400 Linden Street, Cadillac, MI 49601. Ph:(231)876-5800
*Cadillac Innovation High School: 9600 E 13th Street, Cadillac, MI 49601. Ph:(231)876-5900
*Cadillac Junior High School: 500 Chestnut Street, Cadillac, MI 49601. Ph: (231)876-5700
*Mackinaw Trail Middle School: 8401 S Mackinaw Trail, Cadillac, MI 49601. Ph:(231)876-5600
*Forest View Elementary School: 7840 S 25 Road, Boon, MI 49618. Ph:(231)876-5100
*Franklin Elementary School: 505 Lester Street, Cadillac, MI 49601. Ph:(231)876-5200
*Kenwood Elementary School: 1700 Chestnut Street, Cadillac, MI 49601. Ph:(231)876-5300
*Lincoln Elementary School: 125 Ayers Street, Cadillac, MI 49601. Ph:(231)876-5400
Manton Area Schools:
Manton, Michigan is a small town in the heart of Northern Lower Michigan. Manton is located in Wexford County and could easily be the model of a town up north with a population of 1300 people.
Today Manton, Michigan is a thriving community that enjoys a rich small town quality of life and the natural beauty provided by Lake Billings and the incomparable beauty of the Manistee River. Come hike, fish, golf, canoe, camp, cross country ski or snowmobile, there is so much to do in Northern Michigan's Manton.
* Manton Consolidated High School: 105 5th Street, Manton, MI 49663. Ph: (231)824-6411
*Manton Middle School: 105 5th Street, Manton, MI 49663. Ph: (231)824-6401
*Manton Elementary: 105 5th Street, Manton, MI 49663. Ph: (231)824-6413
McBain Area Schools:
McBain began as a settlement around a sawmill in Riverside Township, founded by Gillis McBain in 1887. A station on the Toledo, Ann Arbor and North Michigan Railway opened on August 27, 1888 and a post office with the name "Owens" opened on September 10, 1888. The post office was renamed McBain on September 17, 1889. McBain incorporated as a village in 1893 and as a city in 1907.
* McBain Rural Agricultural School: 107 East Maple Street, McBain, MI 49657. Ph: (231)825-2412
* Northern Michigan Christian School (NMCS): 128 South Martin Street, McBain, MI 49657.
*McBain Elementary: 107 East Maple Street, McBain, MI 49657. Ph: (231)825-2021
Pine River Area Schools:
LeRoy is located in picturesque northern Michigan approximately 30 miles south of Cadillac. Leroy is a Year Round Playground offering visitors, businesses, and organizations the opportunity to flourish in a hard-working and friendly community. Their businesses provide products and services throughout the United States, including manufacturing, construction and logging industries. Leroy's non-profit organizations foster community, including a volunteer Fire & Rescue Department, a Community Library, camps and churches. Their expansive recreational opportunities include restaurants, outdoor activities, world class golf and The White Pine Trail.
*Pine River Middle & High School: 17445 Pine River School Road, Leroy, MI 49655. Ph: (231)829-3141
*Leroy Elementary: 408 Gilbert Street, Leroy, MI 49655. Ph: (231)768-4481
Mesick Area Schools:
The Village of Mesick is located 30 minutes south of Traverse City and 20 minutes west of Cadillac. The heart of the Village is right off M115 but extends through M37 and M42.
Mesick is known for our Jeeper Festival, which we celebrate in May every year and our Mushroom Festival in May, on Mother's Day weekend, when we celebrate our area's bounty of morel mushrooms.
Surrounded by hundreds of acres of national forest, the Mesick area is a destination for hiking, small game hunting, camping, in addition, deer, turkey and bear hunting is now permitted in most areas of Mesick.
*Mesick Consolidated Jr/Sr High School: Po Box 275, Mesick, MI 49668. Ph: (231)885-1201
*Floyd M. Jewett Elementary School: Po Box 275, Mesick, MI 49668. Ph: (231)885-1207
Lake City Area Schools:
Lake City Michigan is centrally located in Michigan's Northern lower peninsula, Surrounded by lakes, streams, parks, campgrounds, golf courses and an abundance of wildlife. Close to many skiing opportunities and lots of good hunting. Anyone who visits the area will immediately fall in love with the beauty of Lake Missaukee. Many festivals and events happen throughout the year, most happening right on the shores of Lake Missaukee. Small town pace and atmosphere, must see to appreciate.
*Lake City High School: 251 East Russell Street, Lake City, MI 49651. Ph: (231)839-4331
* Lake City Middle School: 5534 Davis Road, Lake City, MI 49651. Ph: (231)839-7163
*Lake City Elementary School: 251 East Russell Street, Lake City, MI 49651. Ph: (231)839-7162
Evart Area Schools:
Located in the heart of Northern Michigan's outdoor recreational paradise along the Muskegon River, Evart offers residents and visitors a host of outdoor activities, quaint neighborhoods, and a charming small-town Main Street.
*Evart High School: 6221 95th Avenue, Evart, MI 49631. Ph: (231)734-5551
*Evart Middle School: 321 N Hemlock Street, Evart, MI 49631. Ph: (231)734-4222
*Evart Elementary School: 515 N Cedar Street, Evart, MI 49631. Ph: (231)734-5595
Reed City Area Schools:
Reed City is conveniently located at the junction of U.S. 131 and highway 10. Reed City's historical claim to fame came from being the place where Michigan's main north/south and east/west railroads intersected, and Reed City was known as "Michigan's crossroads." Now, those railroads have been converted to scenic bicycle/hiking trails. Bicycling enthusiasts can ride from Reed City west to Ludington, east to Bay City, north to Cadillac or south to Battle Creek. Reed City hosts an annual Crossroads festival each summer and an Evergreen Festival in November. Despite being the Osceola County seat, Reed City is the epitome of small-town life with a population of less than 3,000. Take a drive down West Upton Avenue and view the stately Victorian homes. Visit the Old Rugged Cross museum. Dine in charming little restaurants. Visit the covered bridge over the Hersey River and camp at one of Reed City's beautiful parks, serenaded in the evening by frog song.
*Reed City High School: 225 W Church Avenue, Reed City, MI 49677. Ph: (231)832-2224
*Reed City Middle School: 233 W Church Avenue, Reed City, MI 49677. Ph: (231)832-6174
*G.T. Norman Elementary: 338 W Lincoln Avenue, Reed City, MI 49677. Ph: (231)832-5548
Marion Area Schools:
Marion, Michigan is located on M-66 just southeast of Cadillac. Home of Real Water---Marion is known for its Artesian Wells.
Marion is a friendly community nestled in the heart of Michigan¿s finest recreational lands. A very active community with many annual events that draw people from a wide area. Local agriculture abounds, providing a variety of crops and livestock produce.
*Marion Jr/Sr High School: 2213 20 Mile Road, Marion, MI 49665. Ph: (231)743-2836
* Marion Elementary School: 510 W Main Street, Marion, MI 49665. Ph: (231)743-6251
Kingsley Area Schools:
The Village of Kingsley, Michigan is an ever growing rural community that strives to maintain its small town feel. Within the village limits you will find the historic downtown district. The streets are lined with patterned sidewalks lit with decorative street lamps and cross walks for easy access to area businesses and parks. The downtown area as well as the "top of the hill" shopping district support many area businesses including restaurants, retailers, salon facilities, pharmacies and more...
*Kingsley High School: 7475 Kingsley Road, Kingsley, MI 49649. Ph: (231)263-5262
*Kingsley Middle School: 403 Blair Street, Kingsley, MI 49649. Ph: (231)263-5261
*Kingsley Elementary School: 402 Fenton Street, Kingsley, MI 49649. Ph: (231)263-5261