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Welcome New Residents


On behalf of the Muskegon Catholic Central family, welcome to all new residents of this wonderful and dynamic community. Known for excellence in faith formation and academics, Muskegon Catholic Central has a diverse student population and fosters service through community engagement and involvement. Conveniently located near Downtown Muskegon, Muskegon Lake, Lake Michigan and major employment centers, MCC welcomes and encourages newcomers to become part of our exciting lakeshore community.

Our students enjoy fieldtrips to local arts and cultural institutions and events, as well as the many excellent nature centers and state parks in the region. There are many attractions in the area, including the wonderful beaches along Lake Michigan, for every member of the family to enjoy. For more information about this exciting lakeshore community visit

Please note that all students who graduate with a 3.5 grade point average from Muskegon Catholic Central and live in Muskegon County are eligible for two years of free tuition at Muskegon Community College or Baker College through the MUSKEGON PROMISE. The MUSKEGON PROMISE is just one of the many opportunities for college scholarships available for local residents.

There are many wonderful educational options for you to explore in the region. We are eager to share with you how the Crusader experience – centered upon the values of Catholic character, opportunity, effort and excellence – will positively transform both your student(s) and family. To learn more about Muskegon Catholic Central please continue to explore our website or contact Carmen Mitchell by phone at 231.291.0244 or email at [email protected].

May God’s Peace fill your heart!

Ken R. Rasp  
President, Muskegon Catholic Central

Muskegon: Winner of Strongest Town Contest

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