Students working in Ag Science class
Student at career fair
FFA at convention
FFA Student at convention
2019 Volleyball team
Student Bee Keeping Project Bees
Student Bee Keeping Project Honey
2019 Middle School Girls Basketball
2019 Boys Varsity Basketball Team
Girls Varsity Volleyball Team 2018
Countryside FFA students at Fair
Class of 2018 Graduates standing in hallway
Pigs
Countryside Academy by the pond
Cheerleaders at game
Aerial Countryside Photo
2017 Michigan Fruit and Vegetable Expo

News & Announcements

Open Enrollment Begins for the 2021-22 School Year

Open enrollment for the 2021-2022 school year has begun! If you would like to avoid a possible class wait list, get your 2021-22 application downloaded, completed and turned in as soon as you can!

Socks for the Homeless

Countryside has been organizing donations of socks for the homeless. Watch our students in action!

COVID-19 Updates

Latest updates from Countryside, Berrien County, and the State. Determinations and statewide recommendations may change abruptly; continue to check back for current updates.

Child Care for Essential Workers

Executive Order 2020-16 calls upon Michigan’s ISDs to coordinate community efforts to support child care needs for essential workers during the COVID-19 crisis. Berrien RESA, Lewis Cass ISD and Van Buren ISD are answering the call and have developed a plan in collaboration with Southwest Child Care Resources and United Way of Southwest Michigan, and in special partnership with the YMCA of Michiana.

Welcome Our First Litter of Pigs

Both of Countryside's Mama Pigs, Brownie and S'more, gave birth to a total of 19 beautiful baby pigs. The Herald Palladium was on site to see the first to arrive.

Countryside to Provide Breakfast and Lunch to Those Under 18 During Closure

Countryside Academy will be providing free breakfast and lunch to all students 18 years old and younger once a week. First Student and JA Food Service are working with Countryside to provide these meals. Meals will consist of 7 days of nonperishable, “grab and go meals” as supplies last.
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