Human Services Department
Scott Grimes, Assistant Superintendent of Human Services
1415 Beechtree Street, Grand Haven MI 49417
Join Our Team!
The Grand Haven Area Public Schools invites you to join our team of outstanding educators and support staff who are committed to the success of all students. As a member of the GHAPS staff you will have the opportunity to work in a dynamic, technology-enhanced learning environment where all staff members are supported through professional development opportunities, and competitive salaries and benefits. We encourage you to explore our career opportunities!
Why Grand Haven Area Public Schools?
Grand Haven Area Public Schools is one of the finest educational systems in the United States -- in the quality of teaching, administrative personnel, and the excellence of its programs and facilities. Over 800 staff members are committed and dedicated to providing students with the knowledge and human understanding they will need to contribute positively to modern society. In addition to the teaching staff, the district also has an equal number of support employees in the food service, transportation, operations, and other areas who provide support services. Grand Haven Area Public Schools is a 100-square-mile district along the shores of Lake Michigan, including the cities of Grand Haven and Ferrysburg, a portion of Norton Shores in southern Muskegon County, the township of Grand Haven, and portions of the townships of Spring Lake, Port Sheldon, and Robinson. The district includes seven elementary buildings, two middle schools (5-6, 7-8), and two high schools (9-12), with total K-12 enrollment just over 6,000 students.
Equal Employment Opportunity
Grand Haven Area Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, height, weight, marital status, handicap, disability, or limited English proficiency in any of its programs or activities.