Please contact your home district's guidance counseling office for their enrollment process!
Yes, it really is that easy. But, keep in mind that each district is only allowed a certain number of student slots at Kent Innovation High and each has their own process for selecting those students. Your school guidance office can answer questions about your district's process.
If you fit the description of the kinds of students below, this may be the school for you.
The self-motivated, independent student.
The bright student who is just turned off by traditional school.
The student who wants more challenge, not more work.
The student who usually asks "why?"
The student who is inquisitive, inclusive, and collaborative.
The student who works well with a team.
The student who has a hard time sitting still during traditional class times.
The student who demonstrates their knowledge by showing what they know, not reciting it on a traditional test.
The student who is a kinesthetic, or hands-on, learner.
The student who is open-minded and willing to try new things.
If you fit the description of the kinds of students below, this may not be the school for you.
The student who needs complete control over their school work.
The student who likes to work independently.
The student who likes traditional testing.
The student who likes to stick to a routine.
Each school district is allotted the following number of students based on district size:
Byron Center - 3
Caledonia - 4
Cedar Springs - 4
Comstock Park - 3
East Grand Rapids - 3
Forest Hills - 11
Godfrey Lee - 2
Godwin Heights - 2
Grand Rapids - 16
Grandville - 6
Kelloggsville - 3
Kenowa Hills - 4
Kent City - 1
Kentwood - 9
Lowell - 4
Northview - 4
Rockford - 9
Sparta - 3
Thornapple Kellogg - 3
Wyoming - 6
Each individual district determines how to fill their specified number of slots.
Waiting lists are available.
Please note: Enrollment form is for counseling office use. Completion of this form does not automatically enroll a student in Kent Innovation High.