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Oakridge Public Schools offers two programs for our 3 and 4 year old students:

Great Start Readiness Preschool (GSRP)

What is GSRP?
GSRP is a state-funded program that is FREE to families who qualify based on income and/or a combination of family life and risk factors.Qualifications:
Must be able to meet state qualifying factors.
Students must reside in the Oakridge Public Schools District.
Must be 4 years old by September 1 of the current school year.

Cost:  Free

Location:  Oakridge Early Childhood Center – 1050 S. Carr Road  Muskegon  231-788-7157

Session Times:  Full day classes are held Monday through Thursday

Transportation:  parents must provide transportation

Meals:  Lunch and snack is provided

Call 788-7157 to set up an appointment.  We are currently placing students on a waiting list, as our current classes are full for the 2015/16 school year.
Please stop by the Lower Elementary office at 120 N. Park St. or the Early Childhood Center at 1050 S. Carr Road  for a registration packet. All required materials need to be submitted before your child can be placed in a classroom.


Head Start Preschool

What is Head Start?
Head Start is a free preschool program sponsored by funds from the Federal Department of Health & Human Services. The goal of Head Start is to increase school readiness of young children in low income families.  Oakridge is in consortium with Orchard View and Ravenna for our Head Start program.  Orchard View manages the program and all enrollments.

Students must reside in the Oakridge Public Schools District and be age 3 or 4 by September 1 of the current school year.
Families must also meet income eligilibility requirements.

Cost: Free

Location: Orchard View Community Education or Ravenna ECC

Session Times: Morning or afternoon classes Monday through Thursday each week.

Meals: Nutritious meals are provided.

Transportation: Transportation is provided.

For more information, please contact Orchard View Community Education 231-760-1787