Overview of Calvary Schools of HollandCalvary Schools of Holland was established in 1978. The average enrollment is 254 students (grades K4 - 12th). Calvary is characterized by high academic rigor. We desire to expand global awareness in our community by promoting cultural diversity within the student body. Our high school academic program is college preparatory and is meant to groom a student for university level studies and a wide variety of career paths. We strive to provide a supportive, nurturing environment that encourages our students to grow in leadership, honesty, integrity, and responsibility.
OverviewEstablished in 1978
Grades K4 - 12th
Current enrollment: 236
Yearly average number of international students: 6
Average class size: 17
Average Graduate GPA: 3.45
Student-teacher ratio: 15:1
Host school for international students since 2006
UniversityStudents pursing university is 95%.
Universities attended: Cedarville University, Grand Valley State University, Indiana Wesleyan University, Spring Arbor University, Michigan State University, Pepperdine University, Syracuse University.
Co-Curricular ActivitiesPrograms include instrumental band, choir, art, physical education, and theatre.
Member of MHSAA and offer 14 athletic teams including: soccer, baseball, basketball and volleyball.
Seventy percent of school student body participates in our sports program.