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Benzie Central High School

Benzonia, MI

Benzie Central High School

Benzonia, MI


Benzie Central High School, located in the town of Benzonia, MI, is a thriving educational institution renowned for its commitment to excellence in academics and athletics. With a robust athletics program, the school offers students a wide array of opportunities to engage in physical activities and foster their competitive spirit. The school is a proud member of the state athletics association, ensuring that students have access to a high standard of athletic competition within Michigan. The athletics program at Benzie Central High School emphasizes teamwork, sportsmanship, and personal growth. Whether it's on the basketball court, soccer field, or track, students have the chance to develop their skills while building lasting friendships and learning invaluable life lessons. Benzie Central High School stands as a testament to the dedication of its students and faculty in maintaining a inclusive environment that promotes both academic and athletic achievements. With a focus on cultivating well-rounded individuals, the school provides a nurturing space for students to pursue their passions and develop into confident, driven individuals.


  • Benzie Central High School
  • 9300 Homestead Rd Benzonia, MI 49616
  • Huskies
  • Michigan High School Athletic Association
  • John Plumstead, Jake Flynn, Theresa Warsecke, Micaela Carnegie, Todd Moss
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  • The mission of the Benzie County Central School community is to provide a safe learning environment that motivates all students to reach their highest potential by providing the necessary skills to become lifelong learners and leaders in a changing society. We believe each child can learn and achieve to their highest potential We believe the school must be a positive, safe, and comfortable learning environment We believe the school must inspire self-confidence, self-motivation, and self-discipline in all students We believe a child’s education is positively influenced by parental and community involvement We believe our students will become responsible community members
  • Jason Katt