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Cranbrook Schools’ STEAM Curriculum Builds Problem-Solving Young Minds

From the youngest ages, students at Cranbrook Schools' Brookside Lower School in Bloomfield Hills blend science, technology, engineering, art and math with a college-prep elementary curriculum to grow critical thinkers for tomorrow's world.

Detroit Waldorf School’s Commitment to Place-Based Education

Venturing outside of the classroom to volunteer and explore offers big benefits to students at the Detroit Waldorf School. Here, sixth grade teacher Linda Williams discusses how this approach helps build academic outcomes.

Frankel Jewish Academy Students Explore Diverse Interests

This college-preparatory high school, located in West Bloomfield, boasts a variety of immersive opportunities that allow students to pursue their passions.

Celebrating 25 Years of Leadership, Character and Academics

Discover how Notre Dame Preparatory School and Marist Academy in Pontiac has been shaping young scholars for a quarter century.

Portrait of a Learner

The Portrait of a Learner is one of the pillars that unite Bloomfield Hills Schools in their effort to serve every learner, every day. Read on for more about this newly developed framework.

Emotional Wellness for Every Stage of Your Child’s Life

Emotional and social well-being is every bit as important as physical well-being. At Cranbrook Schools, they are creating a proactive approach to student wellness.

Should More Schools Implement Restorative Justice?

This disciplinary practice helps students understand the consequences of their actions. Here Roeper Middle School Director, Brian Corley, delves deeper into it and explains how it benefits his students.

The Roeper School’s Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Through the SEED Project, Student Diversity Advisory Committee and more, The Roeper School shapes students to be culturally competent citizens.

A Commitment to Serving

Through the Project SHINE Program, Plymouth Christian Academy is shaping students to serve others and live out their Christian faith.

Cultivating Relationships and a Love of Learning at The Roeper School

Children thrive in settings where they feel safe, respected and heard – and that's exactly the kind of environment teachers create at The Roeper School.

The Beauty of Botany

Students at every level have the opportunity to learn about plants, 'eat their work' and gain a deeper appreciation for their role in everyday life.

Character-Based Curriculum to Shape Well-Rounded Students

This independent day school for grades PK-8 folds 18 'character qualities' into daily instruction to help children become kind, thoughtful and productive.
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