Letter to Kearsley Seniors and Parents

       Please read this letter from Kearsley High School Principal, Brian
      Wiskur with details about KHS graduation, Class of 2020.

                 Information: Letter to Kearsley Seniors and Parents

Due to Governor Whitmer’s Stay at Home

Order the Kearsley Board of Education

Regular Board Meeting for July 13, 2020

will be held electronically at 6:30 p.m. via


Meeting ID: 828 1034 0624

Password: 5Jpj1t

Citizens or guests who need disability accommodations, such as interpreter services, should notify the

Superintendent’s office in writing at 4396 Underhill Drive, Flint, MI 48506 or by phone at (810)


Be a Hornet! Kindergarten registration is now!
Choose "Weston Elementary", under the "Schools" tab on the menu above.
Kindergarten Registration

Kearsley will be 1 to 1 next year

KCS Social Workers and Counselors contact info

Schools of Choice applications taken until August 13, 2020.
Please click here to view and print the application.  Once the application has been filled out, it can be emailed to or faxed to (810) 591-8421. Please note: two years of discipline/behavior records for any student entering grades 1 to 12 are required.
If you have any questions, please call (810) 591-7611 to leave a message, or email 



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 school, 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 members 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.

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