Enrollment Info. and Class Questions

Welcome to the 2015-2016 school year. See our online enrollment page for enrollment info. Questions: Call the school office.
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FHE & FHN Community Festivities

FHE: Sept. 18 at 4 p.m.; and FHN: Oct. 9, at 5 p.m.
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Ranger Football Frenzy

Central High School Community Tailgate: Sept. 11, 4:30 p.m.
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Every Day Our Teachers Make a Positive Difference

In Forest Hills Public Schools, we help all learners achieve their individual potential.
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Bus Information

Bus route info. will be mailed one week prior to school for those who are enrolled.
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School Lunches

Check our online food service page for details about school lunch prices, forms, account information and more.
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Before- and After-School Care

Detailed child care information is online. Families can register for before- and/or after-school care.
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Welcome to Forest Hills Public Schools!

Forest Hills Public Schools is a place where ALL learners achieve their individual potential.  We are a school district whose success is rooted in its residents coming together to do what is best for children and their future.  Forest Hills continues to set the standards of excellence in education and it is where education transcends classroom boundaries.  Excellence happens daily in our classrooms, on our playing fields, on our stages and performance halls, in our community and beyond.  Take a closer look at Forest Hills Public Schools, and experience the Forest Hills pride that resonates throughout our schools.


Ada Elementary: Aug. 27 (Last name A-M, 9-10 a.m./Last name N-Z, 10:30-11:30 a.m.)
Ada Vista Elementary: Sept. 2, 4-6 p.m.
Collins Elementary: Aug. 26, 9-10:30 a.m.
Knapp Forest Elementary: Aug. 27 (Last name A-L, 2:30-3:30 p.m./Last name M-Z, 4:10-5:10 p.m.) Bus ride for kindergartners: 3:40 p.m.
Meadow Brook Elementary: Sept. 3, 12-1:30 p.m.
Orchard View Elementary: Aug. 27, 9-10 a.m.
Pine Ridge Elementary: Aug. 27, 9 a.m.-noon
Thornapple Elementary: Aug. 26, 9-10 a.m.


Looking for back-to-school information?
Then, check out our back-to-school edition of the “Focus” newsletter.
For additional school-specific events, make sure you sign up to receive news bulletins and announcements.  Click here to “Subscribe to Emailed News.”

District News and Headlines

Updated eAchieve Info.: Member Purchase Program and Info. Nights Sept. 3 and Sept. 9

August 27, 2015 @ 3:35 pmPosted in: District News, News

The members of our faculty are preparing to welcome back students in just two short weeks. When the school doors open, our high schools will be launching our eAchieve program. It allows and encourages high school students to use their personal electronic devices on a voluntary basis at school for instructional purposes.

To read the letter from our three high school principals on eAchieve updates and information, click here.

Back-to-School Information Posted Online

August 26, 2015 @ 2:12 pmPosted in: District News

Are you looking for back-to-school information? Most, if not all, of the information you’re looking for has been posted on our district or school websites.  Do you want to know when your school’s orientation is?  Want a school supplies list?  Make sure you’re checking your school website often and have subscribed to your school’s emailed news bulletin.  Additional information about transportation, food service, before- and after-school care, start and end times, important phone numbers and much more can be found in our recent “Focus” newsletter.

FHPS Director of Technology Receives Meridian Award

August 26, 2015 @ 2:02 pmPosted in: District News

The Michigan School Business Officials’ Meridian Award of Excellence was awarded to Susan Bordewyk, director of technology, for the development of the Technology Intern Program. The district had a need to meet the high work volume related to technology in the summer and fall months without overstaffing in the winter and spring months. She established partnerships with local universities and colleges to enlist college students who were preparing for a career in technology. Read more

We Welcome Our New Director of Instructional Services

August 26, 2015 @ 1:53 pmPosted in: District News

Carole Beverwyk is the new director of instructional services. Carole comes to us with an outstanding leadership portfolio, including 12 years of central office experience in both smaller and larger districts. She comes to us from Dearborn Heights #7, where she served as assistant superintendent for K-12 curriculum and human resources. Her teaching experiences range from preschool to high school biology. Throughout her career, she has received many honors and awards, including Middle School Science Teacher of the Year, and was a Fulbright Fellow-Educator Abroad (in Nepal). She has led her districts in the implementation of job-embedded professional learning programs such as coaching and classroom labs. She is passionate about increasing learning opportunities for all students.  Welcome Carole to Forest Hills!

Updating Your Emailed News Bulletin Preferences

August 26, 2015 @ 12:26 pmPosted in: District News

CURRENT-SUBSCRIBERS WANTING TO UPDATE/CHANGE PREFERENCES:  If you have a child transitioning to another school and/or you no longer wish to receive a particular school’s news, you may modify your news bulletin preferences at any time:

  1. Simply locate any previously received email news bulletin
  2. Click the large “update subscription preferences” link at the bottom of the email
  3. Change the checkboxes to your desired preferences
  4. Click “Update Profile”

Remember, families will receive one communication news bulletin a day, per school, only if new announcements or news posts have been added to the website. If nothing has been added to the website, families will not receive an email update that day.

See Your Challenges as Assets, Urges Forest Hills Grad

July 29, 2015 @ 7:37 amPosted in: District News

Blind Chiropractor, Motivational Speaker Earns Entrepreneur Award

Elizabeth Wisniewski says she feels like she’s had three lifetimes squeezed into her 31 years: her happy Michigan childhood, the dark time between her mother’s death and leaving for college, and her life as it is today.

She is especially at peace in her current incarnation, she said: “Now I know that I am doing exactly what I am meant to do.”

Born and raised in the Forest Hills Public Schools district, she now makes her home in Santa Barbara, Calif., where she goes by Dr. Elizabeth Wisniewski. She is a chiropractor, and co-owner of her practice. She’s also blind.

Click here to read more on School News Network.

Forest Hills District News Archive