Welcome to Berrien Springs Public Schools
Together, inspiring students to think, learn, achieve, and care in a global community. At Berrien Springs Public Schools, we strive to serve the needs of all student learners while seeking ways for students to reach their full potential.
Upcoming Events What's Happening at Berrien Springs
MS Choir FestivalDate: Feb 27Calendar: District Calendar
HS Choir FestivalDate: Feb 28Calendar: District Calendar
MSBOA Concert Band Festivalthru Mar 1MSBOA Concert Band FestivalDate: Feb 29 - Mar 1Calendar: District Calendar
Mars - Mobile Dentistthru Mar 5Mars - Mobile DentistDate: Mar 4 - Mar 5Calendar: District Calendar
News & Updates
Senior Trumpet and Drum Major Jonathan Orlando Selected to the All-American Band
2024 All-American D-Day Band Member
BSPS Honors Board of Education
For National School Board Recognition Month
Construction Trades class to build new home
in the Village of Berrien Springs
Berrien Springs Middle School and Virtual Academy Middle School Awarded for Excellence
by U.S. News & World Report for Excellence by U.S. News & Report
What Sets Berrien Springs Apart
Together, inspiring students to think, learn, achieve and care in a global community.
Our mission is to involve all stakeholders in the educational process. We have a strong focus on what we call "The Shamrock Way." The Shamrock Way is offering personalized learning opportunities where students can learn and grow in a caring environment. BSPS services a diverse student population, making our district environment rich with culture, talents, interests, abilities, skills, and needs. Our highly qualified staff develops students to be self-directed and lifelong learners who demonstrate personal competencies in academic achievement, technology, and citizenship.
Berrien Springs Public Schools believes in access for all individuals with disabilities and strives to make its website accessible to all individuals. If you encounter accessibility issues when using this website, please report the problem to: email@example.com or by phone at 269-471-2891. Additional accessibility resources and assistance are available at ADA.gov.