We believe education is a partnership between schools and parents. The following resources are intended to help parents stay in touch with our schools and our curriculum.
Resources from community organizations are now posted on our website for parents and students. Visit the community resources page →
Flyers from community organizations are now posted on our website for parents and students. We no longer distribute paper copies in student backpacks. Visit the community flyers website →
Convenient online payments
Parents can deposit money into food service accounts online by check or credit card. You can also see an account's balance and transaction history. Learn more about online payments →
Course offering guides
These guides describe graduation requirements and the courses we offer. For more, visit our curriculum page.
Download maps of the district's boundaries. Learn more →
Schools of Choice
Schools of Choice Applications for the school year 13-14 are now available Learn more →
Information from our Special Services department including special education procedures and laws.
Teacher web sites
Visit our staff website directory.
MPS Testing Guides
Confused by the ACT, EXPLORE®, PLAN, PSAT, SAT, and MME? Visit our guide to standardized tests. Learn more →
Higher Education Loans Plans Scholarships
The annual HELPS booklet describes financial assistance opportunities for students and families interested in higher education.
Homeless student assistance
With help from local agencies, MPS can assist families while they are temporarily between homes. Learn more →
In accordance with Michigan law, students can modify their graduation requirements by adopting a personal curriculum. Learn more →
e-Transcripts / Parchment
High school students and alumni can send transcripts to participating institutions at no cost. Learn more →