Come work in a district supported by both neighbors and local businesses. Named one of the 20 Best Places to Work in Southwest Michigan in 2019, Lakeshore Public Schools was the first school district to receive this distinguished award. Utilizing a top curriculum and the opportunity to apply for a variety of supporting grants, you can make your ultimate lesson plans come to life as a Lancer.
The Lancer Staff is committed to providing the best learning experience for our students. Administrators and teachers dedicate weekly time to professional development and attend conferences throughout the year to continuously advance their pedagogy. Every year, Lakeshore students’ accomplishments receive State level recognition from their academics, fine arts, athletic competitions, and clubs. Within minutes of vacation-worthy beaches, renowned wineries and restaurants, and events like Ironman Triathlon and the Senior PGA Golf tournament, you would be living the high life locally. We are proud of our “small town feel” where the community supports our schools. Our Excellence Foundation raises over $500,000 annually to enrich the future of the district’s students, staff, and community.
A hometown that wears red and black, you can’t find Lakeshore on a map because it’s found in your heart.
Establish an online application at Hire Enterprise, upload your cover letter, resume, and letters of recommendation. Your application will be retained in active status for one year. If your application meets our needs, we may contact you for further information and a possible interview.
Paraprofessionals, secretaries, transportation, food service, and athletics/activities positions should complete a Support Application. Teachers will apply with a Certified Application. The Administration application type is for administrators, principals, and directors.
For questions regarding any position, please contact:
Susan Toothman Director of Human Resources
Phone: 269-428-1400 ext 2905
General Information Non-Discrimination and Equal Employment Opportunity
The Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, age, height, weight, marital status, genetic information, or any other legally protected characteristic, in its programs and activities, including employment opportunities.