Grades K-8 Home of the Global Guardians!
Gardner International Magnet School is a newly formed K-8 school that is engaging students with an instructional model that is universally accessible for a broad range of student abilities and learning styles.
Our mission is to provide students with excellent instruction in a caring and collaborative environment that empowers them to be global citizens. Students will be innovative, independent, confident, compassionate and collaborative learners.
Our school culture is anchored to the belief system that each student will be respectful, responsible, safe, and kind. Students' efforts and successes are celebrated at Gardner.
Gardner International Magnet has an immersive international studies program based on Global Education, utilizes Project-Based Learning, and is aligned with the 17 Global Goals for Sustainable Development.
Global Education is an approach to learning concepts and skills needed to succeed in a world that is increasingly interconnected and diverse. Global Education is integrated throughout the curriculum and taught within the context of project-based inquiries. Within Global Education, there is an emphasis on understanding the perspectives of others and examining issues of individuals, the local community, the nation, and the world community.
independent and inclusive. It upholds the principles of freedom in education and engages independent administration locally, continentally and internationally.
We are located off Jolly Rd. between S. Cedar St. and S. Washington Ave. Our school sits behind the Mt. Hope Presbyterian Church.
Kyle Burroughs, Principal
Heather Bills, Assistant Principal
Zachary Dowdy, Assistant Principal
Sierra Kozachik - Secretary
Heidy de la Pena - Secretary
7:40 a.m. - 2:35 p.m.
Half day 7:40 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
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Anti-Harassment Compliance Officers are in the Sexual Misconduct Policy (PDF) and Title IX Grievance Procedure (PDF).
519 W. Kalamazoo
519 W. Kalamazoo
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Lansing School District
519 West Kalamazoo
Lansing, MI 48933