District history

The Superior Central School District is located in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The district was formed in 1987 through the consolidation of the Mathias Township School District, the Rock River Limestone Township School District, and a small portion of Au Train Township.

Our mission statement

Superior Central School is committed to excellence in teaching and learning for all students. We believe that all students can achieve mastery of basic skills and that our school’s purpose and our responsibility is to educate all students while fostering positive growth in social/emotional behaviors and attitudes. We will provide effective instructional leadership, responsible fiscal management, and quality learning environments. We share with our community and parents the responsibility for educating our students so as to enable them to live and work in a rapidly changing world.

District information

The Superior Central School District is a K through 12 public school housed in one building. We support approximately 400 students, and have a faculty and staff of 38 dedicated people. We participate in the Michigan School of Choice program.

Our location

The school is located at the intersection of M-94 and Eben Trenary Road in Eben Junction, Michigan. We are a rural school located about 20 miles from Munising and 30 miles from Marquette.