All children deserve to spend each day in an environment that helps them thrive academically, emotionally and socially. And, because each student learns differently, a perfect fit is worth the search. Learn how these 10 Metro Parent advertising partners innovate their way to academic success for every student.
From early childhood through 12th grade, students at Academy of the Sacred Heart in Bloomfield Hills learn through immersive academics, extracurriculars and service projects. Catholic and non-Catholic students together enjoy personalized learning and multilevel classrooms.
Designed to be an environment where teens with Asperger’s syndrome and similar learning styles will thrive, Aim High School in Farmington Hills has small class sizes and expert faculty to support a college-ready curriculum and an independent future for students in grades six through 12.
Outdoor play happens every day at Alpine Academy, a day care, preschool and summer camp in Oakland Charter Township. Small groups learn with seasoned teachers in an environment designed to be explored.
At Eagle Creek Academy in Oakland Charter Township, students from preschool through sixth grade immerse in academic learning through a blend of technology and hands-on outdoor experiences.
Young 5s through eighth grade students at Holy Family Regional School in Rochester and Rochester Hills thrive in an environment dedicated to academic rigor, service to others, and strong faith formation.
Founded to provide a free, liberal arts, classical education to students in and around Plymouth, Ivywood Classical Academy instructors use the Socratic instructional method to stimulate young minds and develop a lifelong love of learning.
The goal of developing lifelong learners prepared for higher education and successful future careers is strong at Roseville Community Schools. Students have ample opportunities to thrive through immersive learning experiences.
The pairing of teachers with groups of students for several years allows for rich relationships to form and is just one hallmark of the Waldorf education at Rudolf Steiner School of Ann Arbor — where languages, handwork and art ignite imaginations.
Oakland Schools’ Virtual Learning Academy Consortium is an established at-home learning program for K-12 students. A public school option for families looking for a flexible, home-based learning environment, VLAC supports 53 school districts in 10 counties and provides education to about 300 students who achieve academic success through virtual learning.
Through strong academics, sports and immersive extracurricular experiences, students in the West Bloomfield School District — which prides itself on being a leader in cloud learning — develop what it takes for successful, productive futures.