About our School

Located in the community of Grand Ledge, MI, St. Michael Parish School opened in September of 1961 with 144 students in first through sixth grades. Father Csaky, pastor from 1949 to 1966, was instrumental in having the school built as well as hiring Dominican nuns to teach the children. Many changes occurred over the last fifty years... a wing was added in 1987 with three rooms for the growing parish's activities. Within ten years, those rooms were claimed by the addition of seventh and eighth grades. 

Today we serve students in Preschool through eighth grade.  We also offer Toddler and Childcare programs, available Monday through Friday from 7:00 am until 6:00 pm. 

St. Michael Parish School is an integral part of St. Michael Parish, is affiliated with the Diocese of the Lansing and accredited by the Michigan Association of Non-Public Schools (MANS).  Students are taught by state certified teachers who serve St. Michael parishioners as well as students of all faiths.

Through the years, one thing remains: our commitment to providing a Catholic education which nurtures a relationship with Jesus Christ along with academic excellence.