Fruitport High School
357 North Sixth Street
Fruitport, MI 49415
Phone: (231) 865-3101
Fax: (231) 865-6351
Welcome to Fruitport High School
The mission of Fruitport High School is to educate all students. Students will be accepted at their respective levels and all available resources will be utilized to ensure that they are prepared with the essential skills to become successful and responsible citizens.
Our purpose at Fruitport High School is to prepare each and every student to be responsible, respectful, productive citizens in an ever-changing, global society. We hope to accomplish this by offering students a quality education through a diverse, challenging curriculum and maintaining high expectations for all students.
Upcoming Junior Testing:
Parents, all juniors in the State of Michigan will be taking the ACT Plus Writing on Tuesday, March 3rd and the ACT Work Keys on Wednesday, March 4th. It is imperative that your student be in attendance on these dates. A detailed schedule will be mailed to you in early February. Up until this year, there was a third day of required testing, which was the Michigan Merit Exam (the MME) that tested State content curriculum standards and benchmarks. As of the spring of 2015, all schools will now administer the M-Step in lieu of the MME. The M-Step consists of summative assessments designed to measure student growth. This new M-Step window will open on Tuesday, April 14. We are working with our district curriculum director to create the least intrusive schedule as possible as students in grades 9, 10, and 12 are not testing.
You will receive more detailed information in early February. If you would like to review the information released by the Michigan Department of Education, please click on the following link:
Once you are on this site, click on the 2015 Preview Link, and then sign on. Once on the sign in page, use the username and password displayed on the screen to log in.
2014-2015 Student Planner:
To view the 2014-2015 student planner please
Does Your Student Need Help with Homework?
The high school ASAP (after school assistance program) will start on Monday, September 15. This program runs every week Monday - Thursday from 2:50 - 3:30 pm and is located in room 110. Your student can stay after for some extra help or tutoring as there are always two instructors in the room. If your child has missing work, he or she can have the opportunity to make up missing work as well. Please encourage your student to take advantage of this opportunity.
Keep up to date with your student's grades and absences by utilizing our Parent Portal. If you do not have your student's log in information, please contact Student Services. Updated portal letters will be mailed to all high school parents in September.
Please note that all shorts, skirts, and dresses must reach the fingertips. Students who are wearing tops that are low cut, with straps that are not three fingers in width, or that are showing undergarments will be required to change. If the student does not have appropriate clothing to change in to, he or she may be required to go home. Parents will be contacted.
2014-2015 Students of the Month:
September: Cameron Butler (senior) and Lauren Maus (senior)
October: Kelsey Alviar (senior) and Nathan Sturtevant (senior)
November: Kaci Horacek (senior) and Eliza Johnson (junior)
December: Allyson Breese (senior) and Kaytee Walker (senior)
January: Joleen Cejmer (senior) and Claire McWilliams (senior)