District Profile

   The Gladstone Area School District is a progressive school district located along the shores of Little Bay de Noc in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The district includes the city of Gladstone, Escanaba Township, and Brampton Township. It covers an area of approximately 87.3 square miles with an estimated population of 10,000. The district facilities include two elementary schools, a junior high school, and a high school, with a total enrollment of approximately 1,556 students. The public library is located in the junior high which offers support to the school system and year round service to the community.

    The district also participates with the Delta-Schoolcraft Intermediate School District in programs and services, such as the Learning Center for students with disabilities and Vocational Technical Center for occupational programs.

    The Gladstone Area Schools operate on a general fund budget of 14.4 million dollars with a local tax levy of 18 non-homestead mills. Gladstone Schools receive 8% of its general fund revenue from local sources and 92% of its general fund revenue from state and federal sources.


District Enrollment (2017-2018)
High School - 478
Junior High School - 329
Jones Elementary - 372
Cameron Elementary - 377

Total Fall 2017 Enrollment - 1556

MHSAA Class B size High School

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