Allegan Public Schools
Allegan Public Schools are currently composed of an early childhood learning center, three (3) elementary schools, L.E. White Middle School, and Allegan Senior High School. The curriculum taught in the Allegan school district is largely traditional, providing youth with the knowledge necessary to take the next steps in their education and career.
Allegan Area Education Service Agency & Allegan Tech Center
|Allegan Public Schools is a member of the Allegan Area Education Service Agency (AAESA), an entity that provides county schools with specialized education support staff, purchasing support, assessments, and other programs beyond the scope of a single district.
AAESA also operates the Allegan Tech Center. In conjunction with this education system, the public-school system has moved towards “job-ready” training. The Tech Center works as a wonderful resource for students and all community members, offering nineteen (19) programs focused on employability for students in their Junior and Senior years of high school. The vocational training provided by this entity works to train to competencies, providing a launching point for youth to finish their training and enter the workforce following their education. Along with the programs offered to high school students, a number of training courses are open to adults in the community.
Lake Michigan College
In addition to the vocational training offered at the Tech Center, the Early College Allegan County program allows high school students to extend their high school education by one year in order to obtain both a diploma and an associate degree or Technical Certificate from Lake Michigan College at no extra cost. Lake Michigan College also offers Associate Degrees, Certificate Programs, and a Certified Nursing Aide program to all community members.