A strong basic academic curriculum is supplemented by an elective program which allows students to take such courses as business, art, music, physical education, foreign language, and other electives.
High scholastic standards-approximately 62% of graduating seniors attend post-secondary schools. Homer has students accepted at schools such as Notre Dame, University of Michigan, Michigan State University, Drake, etc.
The opportunity to take advance placement college courses at nearby colleges.
Continual North Central accreditation for over 40 years.
University of Michigan accreditation for over 40 years.
Strong vocational opportunities-approximately 30% of Homer juniors and seniors attend the Calhoun Area Vocational Center each year. Students may choose from over 20 vocational training programs.
Two modern computer science labs are available to all students.
An active academic booster club. Active school improvement committees that provide opportunities for parents, community members, students and staff to share ideas about academic excellence.
Over 50% of Homer students participate in extra-curricular activities such as sports, band, choir, and drama.
Active student council and chapter of National Honor Society.
A reputation for outstanding sports programs. Our teams have consistently won league championships in boys' and girls' athletics, and are highly regarded in all sports activities.
Membership in the Big 8 athletic league, one of the premiere leagues on south western Michigan.
A counselor and social worker are available to assist students with scheduling, personal guidance, and career planning.