Education

The City of Sault Ste Marie has a few choices for school-age children and our University for higher education. 

Sault Area Public Schools provide high-quality educational experiences from early childhood through early college.  The District has two elementary schools focused on developing early literacy and social/emotional skills, Washington Elementary  (K-1) and Lincoln Elementary (2-4). Sault Area Middle School educates students in grades 5-8 on the academic and social readiness skills to be successful in high school. Sault Area High School prepares students for further education and the workforce through Career Technical Education, Advanced Placement, Dual Enrollment, and Early College.  Malcolm High School operates an alternative program and the Virtual Blue K-12 district online learning program. For more information, please visit the district website, www.saultschools.org.

St Mary school is located at 360 Maple Street.  They are a Catholic school teaching grades kindergarten through eighth grade.

Bahweting is a kindergarten through eighth grade.  The school is currently funded by a Public School Academy, chartered through Northern Michigan University, and grants from the Bureau of Indian Education.  The average annual enrollment is over 475 students.

LSSU is an accredited university.  It has several degrees to choose from and is a wonderful University. 

Check out each school from the below.

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