Wyoming Public Schools

Strong Schools, Strong Communities

A district of approximately 4,300 students, Wyoming Public Schools values character, continuous improvement, collaboration and diversity. We strive to be the first choice for education and the pride of the community we serve.

District Mission

Wyoming Public Schools will empower all students to discover and achieve their potential in an inclusive, inspiring, and innovative culture of learning

Career Learning

We offer career and technical coursework through the Kent Career Tech Center. We also operate a local CTE program with courses including business, accounting, marketing, web design and video production. We offer career coaching to students to help them understand the limitless possibilities and paths available to them after graduation. We also have after school opportunities ranging from academic support to gifted and talented programming and many sports and clubs.

Academics and Beyond

Strong academics are the basis for all of K-12 learning beginning with literacy, mathematics, science and social studies. In addition to these areas, we engage students with a wide range of courses including a middle college program that allows students to leave high school with an associate's degree for free. We also have after school opportunities ranging from academic support to gifted and talented programming and many sports and clubs.

Support for Students

We work hard to support students so they succeed, including hiring the best staff to assist them. In addition, we staff professionals with expertise in social work, counseling and dispute resolution. We focus not only on academics, but a student's overall well-being.

Early Childhood

Early childhood is a crucial time in children's lives - when they engage in the world around them and learn all the basics they'll use in school and beyond. Our Great Start Readiness Preschool programs help children prepare for school success.

Fund Allocation

How Wyoming is using the funds generated from the enhancement millage:

  • Additional support for programs such as robotics and drama
  • Student literacy initiatives
  • Student technology equipment and classroom integration
  • Communication efforts and community outreach

Enhancement millage dollars received

Wyoming has received the following in enhancement millage dollars:

  • 2017-18 amount received - $907,504.55
  • 2018-19 amount received - $945,936.76
  • 2019-20 amount received - $985,005.24
  • 2020-21 amount received - $1,032,311.63
  • 2021-22 amount received - $1,028,616.55
  • 2022-23 amount expected -$1,086,500.89

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Wyoming Public Schools Community Empowering All Students For Life-long Learning

About Our District

Our District is located in the city of Wyoming, Michigan, the largest suburb of metropolitan Grand Rapids and the 18th largest city in Michigan. It is a city of well-kept neighborhoods and parks. Recreational and cultural opportunities abound, and the community atmosphere emphasizes family values.  

The Wyoming Public School District has a staff of approximately 475 employees, including teachers, administrators, secretaries, paraeducators, food service, maintenance and custodial staff, bus drivers, mechanics, and community education personnel. Our student enrollment is approximately 4,500 students.

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Craig Hoekstra

Superintendent, Craig Hoekstra