Reeths-Puffer Intermediate School houses all the 5th and 6th grade students in the District. It's the only West Michigan school to send all of its 6th graders to visit a college campus and host a College Night. RPI provides a strong introduction to band and choir and offers private instruction, a synthesized keyboard lab, and some of the most decorated band instructors in the state. In addition to music there are more than 30 extra curricular opportunities for RPI students including: ski club, college leadership, Endurance Adventure, flag football, color guard, Girls on the Run and more. The Intermediate School is adjacent to Reeths-Puffer High School, which offers cooperative learning and sharing of facilities. The Meijer Trail located between the school and the North Muskegon Meijer store is a one-mile wooded loop and used for Girls on the Run, Endurance Adventure, 100 Mile Club and other events and races.
Field trips to learn about Muskegon ecology.
RPI College Leadership students study graphs and statistics for having a college degree vs. not having a college degree. The students call, email and write letters to colleges inviting them to send representative to College Night and set up tours for the 6th grade college campus field trip.