HPS Early Childhood Programs

Registration links can be found under each program tab

Summer 2021 & Fall 2021-2022 enrollment will open on Feb. 3 at noon, online only.


Hudsonville Public Schools offers a play-based kindergarten readiness preschool curriculum that teaches positive self-concepts, social, physical, intellectual and emotional development, language skills, and self-expression through large and small group learning. Students engage daily in centers, circle time, reading and writing, math, and arts and crafts. The state-approved Creative Curriculum theme-based approach allows Hudsonville Public Schools to meet Michigan Early Childhood Standards of Quality.  

These programs are used as a blueprint for planning and implementing a developmentally appropriate, research-based curriculum which provides a solid foundation for learning through social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development.


Boys in half day preschool

Curriculum

The Creative Curriculum program includes developmentally appropriate goals and objectives for children within four main categories of interest: social/emotional, physical, cognitive and language. The social/emotional stage helps promote independence, self-confidence and self-control. 

Student with teacher

Meet Our Teachers

Hudsonville Public Schools is committed to hiring exceptional teachers to work with the young people entrusted to us. You will find our staff and teachers have a strong commitment to get to know each child's specific needs and with parents' support, help them succeed.