Phone:(616) 819-2555 - Fax: (616) 819-5243
Breakfast 8:00 A.M. Start Time: 8:10 A.M. - End Time: 2:59 P.M.*
Birds and Bages with Rob Keyes - May 17th at Blandford School (7:00 am) CANCELED DUE TO FAMILY EMERGENCY!!! WE HAVE FOUND SOMEONE TO HELP US AND ARE BACK ON! Please be on time and ready to identify all the birds!
No School - May 27th (Memorial Day)
Blandford Spring Camp - May 28th to June 4th at Ludington State Park
Spring Camp Meeting - May 16th at Blandford School (6:00 pm) Please note Change in Date due to Conflict with City School Meeting (No longer May 14th)
Blandford School Turns 40! - August 9-10, 2013
Past Events (Click on event for Photos/Videos where available)
Camp Roger - October 24th- 26th
Downhill skiing - February 15th at Cannonsburg Ski Area
Tap Sugarbrush Trees - February 13th at Blandford Nature Center
Science Fair - February 14th at Blandford School (Fair starts after school and dinner at 6:00 pm)
Pioneer Day - February 28th at Blandford school and Blandford Nature Center (Email link)
Frogging Night- April 30th at Blandford Nature Center (8:30 pm) Change in date due to weather!!!
BEEP Bazaar - April 30th at Blandford School (6:00 pm) New Students are very welcome to join us!
Wildflower Tea- May 10th at Blandford School (12:30 - 2:30 Parents, grandparents, friends all invited)
Maximum Enrollment: 60 Students
Grades Served: Sixth Grade Only
Transportation: Available to residents of Grand Rapids*
* Transportation is available to all residents of Grand Rapids. Students who qualify for transportation will receive letters from Dean Transportation with information about bus stop locations, bus numbers, pickup time and drop off time.
Blandford School Alumni say it is the "coolest school" in Grand Rapids because of the unique hands-on educational experience and natural, historic learning environment. Located at Blandford Nature Center, the classroom is as much in the ponds, streams, woods, and fields as it is in the school building. The place-based curriculum is designed to incorporate the school's natural setting to provide hands-on experiences that fulfill requirements in each subject area. Blandford offers special units of instruction on biology, cartography, computer literacy, rocks and minerals, forestry, Native American culture, Michigan History, pioneer experiences, and so much more. Students also learn how to run their own business by tending to chickens and then marketing and selling eggs.
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