kearsley community schools since 1868

Welcome to
Kearsley Community Schools

The Kearsley Community Schools are proud to serve our approximately 3,000 students and their families. The district is located in a 36-square mile area northeast of Flint, Michigan. District residents primarily reside in Genesee Township, Michigan, but district boundaries also include portions of Burton and Davison Township. The district has three elementary buildings, one middle schools, and one high school. Additionally, we have an award-winning early childcare center that serves the district. Kearsley offers a strong tradition of academic excellence and is a popular school-of-choice destination for area students. Our athletic teams compete as proud memebers of the Flint Metro League. 82% of our Class of 2018 graduating class members planned to attend college and were awarded $2.4 million dollars in scholarships.

Half-day schedule to kick off Thanksgiving break
Students will attend only half of the day on Wednesday, Nov. 21. End times are below for each building.
KHS: 10:40 a.m.
AMS: 10:40 a.m.
Fiedler: 11:50 a.m.
Dowdall: 11:35 a.m.
Weston: 11:55 a.m.


Date changed for Board of Education work session
The Kearsley Board of Education has changed the date of its next work session. It will be held at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2018, in the boardroom on the second floor of the Administration Building. 

Jenna Robison's Tweet

Congratulations to Kearsley High School Senior Jenna Robinson!

It was announced on Monday October 22 that Kearsley High School senior Jenna Robinson won the 2018 Kelsey’s Law Distracted Driving Scholarship.

The scholarship is in honor of Kelsey Raffaele, who was killed in a 2010 car accident while using her cell phone.

From the Kelsey's Law Scholarship site:
"All applicants were encouraged
to submit a persuasive message that shows how they would convince young drivers to reduce distractions while driving. Entries were judged and critiqued on the following factors:

  • Ability to persuade others, especially teen drivers, to stop texting while driving.
  • Ability to grab the attention of your friends, peers and family.
  • A clear and understandable message.
  • Demonstration of your personal creativity and ingenuity."

Jenna’s submission for “Best Tweet” was chosen from over 100 submissions from other high school students in Michigan.

Jenna was awarded a $500 scholarship to use to pursue higher education after her graduation from high school.

Congratulations Jenna!
Jenna Robinson and Mr. Wiskur

For more information on Kelsey’s Law and the scholarship, visit the Michigan Auto Law webpage.

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