Traverse City Area Public Schools - Digital Promise

Traverse City Area Public Schools

Kindergarten-aged boy playing ion playground

412 Webster St.
Traverse City, MI 49686

9,000

Number of Students

34%

Free and Reduced Lunch

90%

Students with Access to High Speed Broadband

100%

K-12 Students with Access to a Personal School-provided Device (1:1)

Learn from this district about:

The Intense Student Support Network (ISSN) provides tools for staff to effectively nurture and support students whose non-academic needs may create
obstacles to high achievement.

TCAPS’ Indigenous Program meets the unique needs of our local Native American students. The goal of the program is to improve student proficiency and graduation rates. The program provides assistance to students early on and throughout their learning journey at TCAPS. This program is in partnership with the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians.

TCAPS is proud to offer a robust Early College Program to provide high school students (especially at-risk and low socio-economic students) with an increased opportunity to complete transferable college credits while still in high school. Different than dual enrollment, Early College provides students with a defined pathway towards both high school graduation and earning up to two years of college credit or an associate degree at Northwestern Michigan College.


Dr. John VanWagoner

Superintendent

District Work

  • 1:1
  • Asynchronous and Synchronous Learning
  • Competency-based Education
  • Equity & Anti-Racism
  • Global Learning
  • Real World Learning
  • Social Emotional Learning

Geographic Area

Rural

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