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Kalamazoo Central High School
It is our mission to help our students become successful and to assist them in reaching their potential.  Building relationships with our students/families and maintaining sound two-way communication between the home and school are vital to this endeavor.  It is also essential that our parents have easy access to all information that the school offers so that they can make informed educational decisions with their children.

Here you will find essential information for parents and students for the school year.  From this site you will be able to access staff emails, special announcements, guidance information, athletic schedules, and more.  It is my desire to have a safe and productive year where the Kalamazoo Central High School Community works together to achieve greatness.

At Kalamazoo Central we want all of our students to go "PRO" (be Prepared, be Respectful, take Ownership.)   Let's take GIANT steps forward!

Contact: Valerie Boggan, Principal
Location: 2432 N. Drake Rd., 49006 

Hours:   Full Day:  7:33 a.m-2:20 p.m
              Half Day:  7:33 a.m-10:35 a.m

Phone:   (269) 337-0300

Kalamazoo Central Events
Daily Announcements
Start Date/Time:
Wednesday, March 1, 2017
End Date/Time:
Wednesday, March 1, 2017
Recurring Event:
One time event
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Wednesday, March 1, 2017


Students, all cafeteria lunch tabs need to be paid as soon as possible. The alternate lunch will be served until your balance is paid in full.


Magic the Gathering game club will meet after school tomorrow (Thursday) from 2:30-4:40 in room 342.


Scholarship Money from WMU for freshmen, sophomores, and juniors!! Western Michigan University is offering a chance to earn micro-scholarships starting as early as grade 9. Go to Raise.Me to find out more.

Read through Monday, March 6th.

Students—are you a fan of the Six of Crows book? How about the 5th Wave or Red Queen series? If you are, then come into the library media center and check out Crooked Kingdom—the 2nd book in the Six of Crows series, King’s Cage—the 3rd book in The Red Queen series or The Last Star—the FINAL book in the 5th Wave trilogy.


If you are interested in participating in programs sponsored by Alpha Kappa Alpha, the AKA sorority, please join them in the library from 7-8pm tonight (3/1) to learn more about future events.


Seniors, available scholarships are posted on the counseling page on the KC website.  Click on the senior link and APPLY!


Ladies and Gentleman:  KCentral's Theatre Department Presents: the three final shows of The Crucible-- Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 7:30pm.  Don't miss this dark and chilling performance from some wonderful KC actors.  Tickets are $5 for students and $7 adults.  

Giant Nation! This is a reminder that we have a CLOSED CAMPUS! This means that students are not allowed to leave the building for ANY reason without permission from parents and administration. Students should obtain permission from the appropriate assistant principal's office.  After verifying absence with parent, student will receive a pass and be asked to sign out.  Students who leave without permission from parent AND administration, and return will not be allowed to re-enter the building.  This is a safety issue for staff and students.  Students who leave without permission will not be able to catch the bus or stay for after school activities.  Please see Mr. Gardner or Mr. Straka with any questions.



Kalamazoo United's AMAZING hockey season came to a close Monday night and the team fought hard to the very end. A huge thanks to everyone who came out during the season to lend their support. United had a record breaking year finishing first in their league and with an overall record of 21-4-1 for the season. 

2/15-March 10 

Anyone planning to participate in a spring sport, a current physical must be on file in the athletic office by the first day of try-outs March 13th. You can’t participate without one! Tennis will have their parent meeting on Wednesday, March 8th, 6pm in the cafeteria.


The boys lacrosse team has conditioning every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 6-7 in the Linden Grove weight room and gym. Softball conditioning continues Tuesdays and Thursdays 2:45-3:30, meet in the gym balcony. Track conditions Monday through Thursday.

Owned by ColvinTR@kalamazoopublicschools.net On Wednesday, March 1, 2017