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  • 22 Apr
    • BOE Special Meeting 5:15 PM to 6:30 PM
      BOE Special Meeting
      Date: Apr 22
      Time: 5:15 PM to 6:30 PM
      Location: BCPS District Board Room, 8542 Byron Center Ave SW, District Services-1-BOE Training Room (120)
      Calendar: District
  • 6 May
    • BOE Regular Meeting 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM
      BOE Regular Meeting
      Date: May 6
      Time: 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM
      Location: BCPS District Board Room, 8542 Byron Center Ave SW, District Services-1-BOE Training Room (120)
      Calendar: District

Superintendent Kevin Macina

Dear Families and Community Members, 

Welcome to Byron Center Public Schools. BCPS is one of the top school districts in Kent County, with a strong track record of academic achievement and growth. We are proud of our accomplishments and the value we bring to the Byron Center community. 

Strong schools and strong communities go hand in hand. In Byron Center, we all share the common goals of a strong community, high-quality education, and efficient operations. Education is the cornerstone of this community. It is why families and businesses choose to reside in Byron Center. Our community and schools work together to ensure students have access to high-quality programs and opportunities that prepare our young people for strong careers and bright futures. 

We have an incredible leadership team, including our dedicated Board of Education members and administrators, all working earnestly to bring a whole child approach to the education of our children. The Byron Center School District believes all students should have the opportunity to explore and pursue their passions. We believe that success in school goes beyond test scores, and that is why we work closely with our staff and parents to provide an environment centered on the individual needs of every student. Byron Center Public Schools offers classes and programs beyond the basics, including AP courses, STEM classes, dual enrollment, orchestra, visual and performing arts, career exploration, alternative education, and athletics.

As always, student safety is our top priority. We are committed to schools and programs that are safe, supportive, and welcoming for ALL students. That is my promise. From enhanced security measures to additional mental health resources, we have taken strategic action to support students. 

We inspire every student to grow by teaching critical thinking and real-world skills. We encourage every student to learn by using innovative teaching practices. We challenge every student to achieve by providing strong academic support and resources. We model our commitment to equity and excellence for all. By offering every child a safe, inclusive, and engaging space to learn, students are able to find their passions and pursue their dreams.

It is my honor to be part of a community that is motivated, eager, and committed to educational excellence. Excellence is not a single achievement; it is a dedicated, evolving focus on what our students need to thrive academically, socially, and emotionally.

We are the Bulldogs! We are BC Strong!

Dedicated to Student Success
April 13, 2024
History class becomes travel fair, complete with tasty fare
West Middle School’s global travel fair allowed students to venture around the world from the comfort of their own media center, to learn about other...
April 9, 2024
Schools put eclipse viewing, learning opportunities into alignment
Monday’s solar eclipse captured the attention of thousands who gathered to cast their eyes on the skies. In area schools, students learned the...
April 8, 2024
Former principal returns to read, substitute teach at his old school
Longtime educator Dan Takens reminisces about March is Reading Month activities from years ago.
March 15, 2024
Young ‘makers’ create handmade games to help STEM lessons stick  
March is makers’ month for kindergarten through fourth-grade students to create computers and arcade games in STEM class at Brown Elementary.
February 19, 2024
School musical offers students new experiences
The cast of Byron Center High School’s production of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ weigh in on how they balance a musical rehearsal schedule with sports,...