Flint Community Schools, located in the city of Flint, Mich.,is an urban public school system with about 7,000 students. We have a long and rich tradition of community education. We also offer numerous programs, activities and specialties for students and their parents.
Our mission is to develop a community of learners who are prepared to live, work and contribute to an ever-changing society. To deliver on our mission, we offer a range of academic programs and services, from pre-school to adult education.
Offerings at a glance:
FIRST LEGO Leagues
Advanced Placement Courses
Free Breakfast & Lunch for all students
Highly Qualified Staff
International Baccalaureate Program
iPads and Promethean Boards
McKinney-Vento Homeless Student Services
Cranbrook Institute of Science Partnership
Model UN Program
Navy Junior ROTC
The district operates 15 campuses, including:
Twelve elementary schools for grades kindergarten through 6
Southwestern Classical Academy is authorized by the International Baccalaureate (IB) Organization in Geneva, Switzerland, as an IB World School at all grade levels (7-12). It offers the Middle Years Programme for grades 7-10, and the Diploma Programme for grades 11-12.
All high schools are accredited. Curriculum and instruction are driven by Michigan’s academic standards in core subjects. Mott Adult High School was established for students 16 and older to earn a high school diploma or a GED.
Since 2000, 19 students from Flint Community Schools have been named Gates Millennium Scholars, who provide full-ride scholarships to the college of the student’s choice.
The district sponsors the annual Flint Olympian Games. Since 1957, nearly 675,000 youth and adults in Flint and Genesee County have participated in the annual summer athletic competition. Many of those athletes then go on to compete internationally against amateur athletes from Hamilton, Ontario, in the annual CANUSA Games, the longest international games in North America.
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integrating and implementing innovative 21st century learning
The U.S. Department of Education (USED) requires that each local or intermediate school district or public school academy, as a condition Constitutionally Protected Prayer of receiving funds under any portion of the Elementary and Secondary School Act (ESEA) of 1965 as amended, annually certify, to the state agency, that it has no policy that prevents, or otherwise denies participation in, constitutionally protected prayer in public schools.
Statement of Assurance of Compliance with Federal Laws
It is the policy of Flint Community Schools not to discriminate on the basis of color, national origin, age, gender, height, weight, disability, religion, or marital status in any of its programs, activities, or employment. Inquiries should be addressed to the:
Executive Director of Human Resources/Legal Affairs • 923 E. Kearsley St.,
Flint, Michigan 48503-1974 • (810) 760-1124.
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