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Topics relating to instruction, education, and learning in Kalamazoo, Michigan are the focus of this category.

These may include childcare centers and nurseries, pre-kindergartens, and preschools, as well as K-12 schools, homeschooling programs, and tutoring services in Kalamazoo. Institutions of higher learning, such as colleges and universities, would also be appropriate here, along with vocational schools, and specialized learning programs, such as driver training courses, music schools, and others.

Kalamazoo Public Schools provides public school services for K-12 students through several campuses.

Kalamazoo Public Schools elementary schools include Arcadia Elementary School, Edison Environmental Science Academy, El Sol Elementary School, Greenwood Elementary School, Indian Prairie Elementary School, King-Westwood Elementary School, Lincoln International Studies School, Milwood Elementary School, Northeastern Elementary School, Northglade Montessori Magnet School, Prairie Ridge Elementary School, Parkwood-Upjohn Elementary School, Spring Valley Center for Exploration, Washington Writers Academy, Winchell Elementary School, Woods Lake Elementary School, and the Woodward School for Technology and Research.

Its middle schools include Hillside Middle School, Maple Street Magnet School for the Arts, Milwood Magnet School, and Linden Grove Middle School.

The public high schools in Kalamazoo include Loy Norrix High School, Kalamazoo Innovative Learning Program, Kalamazoo Central High School, and Phoenix High School.

There are also several Christian and private K-12 options in Kalamazoo, including Kalamazoo Christian Schools, which offers an elementary, middle, and high school program, as well as Providence Christian School, Reformed Heritage Christian School, Saint Joseph Catholic School, and others, including churches offering a curriculum for the early grades. Additionally, the Kalamazoo Area Mathematics and Science Center serves public and private school districts in Kalamazoo and St. Joseph counties, focusing on science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) programs.

Kalamazoo Valley Community College offers associate degrees and certificate programs through four campuses in the Kalamazoo region. Kalamazoo College is a private liberal arts college founded in 1833, and currently offering thirty majors, more than twenty minors, five special programs, and thirteen concentrations. Davenport University, with its main campus in Grand Rapids, offers programs through Kalamazoo Valley Community College.

Established in 1903, Western Michigan University is a public research university in Kalamazoo, and has five campuses in or near the city, including its Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine.

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