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2012 school report Card

Find the Best School for Your Child

E XCELL E N T

SCHOOLS D E T R O I T


Excellent Schools Detroit (ESD) is made up of a broad and diverse cross-section of Detroit’s education, government, community, parent, and philanthropic leaders who have developed a citywide education plan to help ensure that all Detroit children are in an excellent school by 2020. The plan requires the implementation of breakthrough strategies in public will building, talent development, new school creation, accountability, and early childhood to dramatically improve student achievement in schools of all governance models: traditional public, public charter, and private. Members of the Excellent Schools Detroit coalition include Cornerstone Schools, New Paradigm for Education, Detroit Public Schools, Detroit Regional Chamber, McGregor Fund, Michigan Future, New Detroit, The Skillman Foundation, United Way for Southeastern Michigan, and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. Other signatories included the City of Detroit, the Kresge Foundation, New Urban Learning, and Think Detroit PAL. The coalition also partners or will partner with many other organizations, including Black Family Development, Inc.; City Year; Data Driven Detroit; Detroit Federation of Teachers; NAACP; Teach for America; Wayne State University; and others. Copies of our comprehensive reform plan and related materials are available at www.excellentschoolsdetroit.org. We gratefully acknowledge the research assistance of Bettie Landauer-Menchik at the MSU Good Schools Resource Center. Editorial and design by KSA-Plus Communications. Data Driven Detroit produced the maps and helped with the analysis.

February 2012


Contents How to Use This Report

2

Area Schools with the Best Results

4

Find Your Neighborhood

5

Area 1 — West: Map and schools

6

Area 2 — Northwest: Map and schools

8

Area 3 — Central: Map and schools

10

Area 4 — Northeast: Map and schools

12

Area 5 — East: Map and schools

14

Area 6 — Downtown: Map and schools

16

Area 7 — Southwest: Map and schools

18

Detroit Suburbs: Map and schools

20

Index of All City Schools (A to Z)

22

Index of All Suburban Schools (A to Z)

28

How We Ranked the Schools

29

More Complete Report Card to Come We understand that parents look at more than test scores and graduation rates when choosing a school for their child. Later this spring, we will publish a much more complete report card that looks at items such as whether the school has a safe and supportive environment, quality math and reading instruction, effective principals, dedicated teachers, and strong family outreach. In the meantime, and even with the more complete report card, we think it’s very important that parents focus on the most important indicator of all: student performance.

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How to Use This Report We are publishing this third annual report card to help Detroit parents better understand how well schools in the metro area are performing. Our ultimate goal is for every Detroit student to be attending an excellent school by 2020. That means:

90% of Detroit students graduate from high school, 90% of them go on to college or quality career training, and

90% of them are ready to succeed in college without

having to retake courses they should have had in high school.

This report card ranks all Detroit public schools and public charter schools as well as some private schools. Plus, we’ve included suburban schools where at least 30% of the students are from Detroit. New this year, we’ve organized the schools by geography to help parents find a school close to where they live or work. And we’re using the state’s new, much higher standards for school quality. Here’s how to use the maps and tables in this report card: 1. If you know you are looking for a school right now, try to enroll in one of the schools on page 4. These are the highest-performing schools serving large numbers of Detroit students. Even if they are full, get on the waitlist! 2. Find your school and compare it to others. The map overview on page 5 divides the city into seven areas, plus the suburbs. The indices starting on page 22 list all schools in the area alphabetically. Find your school and see if it performs

measuring Student Success How well students do on standardized tests is not the only way to measure a school, but we believe it is the most important. If a student is not learning the basics — English and math — it will be difficult for him or her to succeed in the higher grades … or graduate and end up on a path to college or a good career. Further, in a school where students are really learning, you can be confident that other good things are happening: Students are safe, they’re interested, and adults are working together to provide the necessary support.

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Excellent Schools Detroit


above the state average in reading and math or, for high schools, see if the school performs above the state average on the ACT college admissions test, which all 11th graders take. Our website (www.excellentschoolsdetroit.org) has many more details about these schools, including contact information, grades served, students scoring advanced on the state tests, and other resources. 3. Select a school. If there are schools that rank higher than the one your child attends, consider enrolling your child there. Find out about enrollment or application requirements. Most public schools — including most schools in the Detroit Public Schools (DPS) system, suburban public schools, and public charter schools — are open enrollment, which means that any student can go. However, many require an application or other paperwork for students to enroll. Some schools also require students to take an exam before being accepted. We have identified these “special admissions” schools in the listings (SA). Each school has its own deadlines and requirements, so you’ll need to contact each school directly. Don’t give up hope. Many of the better schools may have waiting lists, but it’s definitely worth contacting them. Openings may still be available up until the start of the school year.

Why Are This Year’s Scores So Much Lower? The percentages of students meeting or exceeding state standards in reading and math have declined significantly since we published the 2011 scorecard, especially in math. It’s not that schools have gotten significantly worse. It’s because in fall 2011 Michigan set new, much higher benchmarks for passing the state test. The goal is to more accurately reflect what it will take for Michigan high school graduates to succeed in college without needing remedial courses … and then to figure out what it will take for students in the lower grades to be on track for high school. The changes are dramatic. The percentage of Michigan students proficient in 8th grade math went from 78% to 29%, for example. “We have to be honest with ourselves about where we are in preparing our kids for the reality of today’s global economy,” said State Superintendent of Public Instruction Mike Flanagan. “These updated scores, while they may be difficult to accept, will help lead Michigan forward. Just looking good is not better than being good.”

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Area Schools with the Best Results Start by looking at this group of 24 schools. They have the metro area’s best reading and math scores over the past three years and are listed in order by total score. The elementary and middle schools have met or exceeded the state averages during this period, based on their reading and math scores on the Michigan Educational Assessment Program (MEAP) test. The high schools have composite scores of 16.5 on the ACT, the college admissions test. Our list includes schools inside the city … and the inner suburbs. These include traditional public schools, public charters, and private schools. We’re not saying these are the only schools that can meet your child’s needs. But they’re a great starting place. Elementary Schools

• Thirkell Elementary School (p. 11)

• Bates Academy (p. 9) • Chrysler Elementary

• Mann Elementary School (p. 6)

• Cornerstone School – Nevada Primary (p. 13)

• Detroit Service Learning Academy (p. 6)

• Edison Public School Academy (p. 17)

School (p. 17) Middle Schools

• Bates Academy (p. 9) • University of Detroit Jesuit (p. 9)

• Martin Luther King, Jr. Education Center Academy (p. 9)

• Burton International School (p. 17)

• Detroit Merit Charter Academy (p. 17)

• Cornerstone Nevada Middle (p. 13)

• University Preparatory

• Hamtramck Academy (p. 21)

• Foreign Language Immersion and Cultural Studies (p. 9)

Science and Math (PSAD) Middle School (p. 17)

High Schools

• Renaissance High School (p. 9)

• Cass Technical High School (p. 17)

• Henry Ford Academy (p. 21)

• University High School – Ferndale (p. 21)

• Cesar Chavez High School (p. 19)

• Communication and Media Arts High School (p. 9)

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Excellent Schools Detroit

• Madison High School – Madison Heights (p. 21)

• University Preparatory Academy (PSAD) (p. 17)


Find Your Neighborhood Lathrup Village

Berkley

Southfield

Farmington Hills

Royal Huntington Oak Woods Pleasant Ridge Oak Park Ferndale

Madison Heights Hazel Park

Roseville

Center Line

Suburbs

Royal Oak

Harper Woods

Northeast Northwest Highland Park

Livonia

East Hamtramck

Grosse Pointe Woods

Grosse Pointe Farms Grosse Pointe Grosse Pointe Park

Central

Redford

St Clair Shores

Eastpointe

Warren

Lake St. Clair

West Detroit River

Downtown

Westland Dearborn Heights Garden City

Southwest Dearborn

Detroit Schools Map Index

Inkster

2011–12 Report Melvindale Allen Park

Romulus

Taylor

Lincoln Park

River Rouge

Detroit Map Area

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Profile Abbreviations/Key Type of School

Charter Authorizer

CH

Public charter

BMCC Bay Mills Community College

DPS

DPS traditional

DPS-SA DPS special admissions PR

Private

= Elementary schools

CMU

Central Michigan University

DPS

Detroit Public Schools

EMU

Eastern Michigan University

FSU

Ferris State University

GVSU Grand Valley State University HP

Highland Park

= Middle schools

LSSU

Lake Superior State University

= High schools

OU

Oakland University

SVSU

Saginaw Valley State University

RESA

Wayne RESA

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142 244 W 7 Mile Rd

148

168 168 85 85

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153 1 53 3

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DPS

53.6%

20.1%

22

Bow PK–8

DPS

59.6%

12.6%

234

Warrendale Charter Acad. K–8

CH-GVSU

49.4%

20.6%

83

Detroit Premier Academy K–8

CH-GVSU

43.9%

23.1%

168

Nataki Talibah Schoolhouse of Detroit K-Part, 1–8

CH-CMU

48.4%

15.2%

29.5%

167

Murphy PK–8

DPS

39.8%

22.1%

79.8%

44.6%

66.4%

39.4%

DPS

65.2%

38.7%

DPS-SA

74.4%

Michigan Average

05

Cooke** PK–6

% meets/ exceeds standards

CH-LSSU

0

54

% meets/ exceeds standards

Elementary Schools

3

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Miller Rd Oakman Blvd

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Schaefer Rd

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24

Tireman Ave

W Warren Ave

109

Dearborn Heights

Ann Arbor Trail Magnet PK–8

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109

Gardner K-Part, PK–5

DPS

47.3%

45.6%

181

Old Redford Academy PK–5

CH-CMU

47.4%

13.8%

119

Gompers PK–8

DPS

54.8%

22.9%

37

Center for Literacy and Creativity K-Part, 1–8

CH-DPS

31.3%

21.9%

Excellent Schools Detroit


Area 1 — West

Schools are ranked by overall performance.

97

Emerson PK–8

DPS

36.5%

9.5%

86

Dixon PK–8

DPS

38.1%

4.7%

133

Mae C. Jemison** PK–8

DPS

33.1%

11.4%

33

Carver PK–8

DPS

33.3%

3.0%

238

Weston Prep Acad. K-Part, 1–8

CH-OU

35.7%

6.0%

167

Murphy PK–8

DPS

30.1%

0.9%

79

Detroit Leadership Acad. K–6

CH-CMU

39.1%

1.5%

133

Mae C. Jemison** PK–8

DPS

27.1%

0.0%

86

Dixon PK–8

DPS

27.7%

12.2%

72

Detroit Community Schools K-Part, 1–8

CH-SVSU

25.9%

1.1%

123

Henderson Academy PK–8

DPS

23.2%

6.6%

142

Langston Hughes Academy 5–8

DPS

22.4%

1.2%

33

Carver PK–8

DPS

25.4%

1.6%

97

Emerson PK–8

DPS

21.7%

1.0%

72 Detroit Community Schools K-Part, 1–8

CH-SVSU

22.7%

3.5%

123

Henderson Academy PK–8

DPS

17.3%

0.7%

5

American Int’l Acad. K–5

CH-LSSU

*

22

Bow PK–8

DPS

16.5%

0.0%

45

Christ the King School K-Part, PK–8

*

PR

Christ the King School K-Part, PK–8

PR

City Mission Acad. K-Part, PK–6

PR

98

Evergreen Lutheran K-Part, 1–8

PR

98

Evergreen Lutheran K-Part, 1–8

PR

119

Gompers PK–8

DPS

161

Michigan Tech Academy PK–1

CH-CMU

213

St. Scholastica K-Part, 1–8

PR

* * * *

Michigan Tech Academy 2–4

CH-CMU

215

Tawheed Center of Detroit School K-Part, PK–8

* * * *

162

PR

213

St. Scholastica K-Part, 1–8

PR

*

PR

215

PR

Temple of Faith Baptist School K-Part, PK–8

*

216

Tawheed Center of Detroit School K-Part, PK–8

* * * * * *

45

47

* * * * * *

*

*

PR

216

PR

Westside Christian Academy K-Part, PK–12

*

239

Temple of Faith Baptist School K-Part, PK–8

*

*

*

239

Westside Christian Academy K-Part, PK–12

*

*

PR

* *

* *

Average ACT composite 2009–11

Four-year graduation rate 2010

19.2

76.0%

244

Charles Wright School PK–4

DPS

READING 2009–11

MATH 2009–11

High Schools Michigan Average 73

Detroit Community Schools 9–12

CH-SVSU

14.1

79.3%

% meets/ exceeds standards

% meets/ exceeds standards

52

Cody College Prep Upper School of Teaching and Learning 12

DPS

14.0

66.5%

57.6%

29.5%

105

Ford 9–12

DPS

13.9

65.5%

CH

44.0%

40.0%

239

Westside Christian Academy PK, K-Part, 1–12

PR

13.7

NA

Academy of Critical Thinkers at Cody 9–11

DPS

*

*

DPS-SA

*

*

DPS

*

*

DPS

*

*

DPS

*

*

Middle Schools Michigan Average 37

Center for Literacy and Creativity K-Part, 1–8

6

Ann Arbor Trail Magnet PK–8

DPS-SA

48.0%

35.8%

1

Ludington Magnet** 5–8

DPS-SA

68.7%

13.9%

Breithaupt Career and Technical 23 Center 9–12

CH-LSSU

58.3%

22.9%

148

85 Detroit Service Learning Academy K–8 83

Detroit Premier Academy K–8

CH-GVSU

48.4%

20.8%

168

Nataki Talibah Schoolhouse of Detroit K-Part, 1–8

CH-CMU

47.9%

7.5%

234

Warrendale Charter Acad. K–8

CH-GVSU

40.9%

4.1%

238

Weston Prep Acad. K-Part, 1–8

CH-OU

39.3%

5.6%

51

Cody Academy of Public Leadership 9–11

77 Detroit Institute of Tech at Cody 9–11 160

Medicine and Community Health Academy at Cody 9–11

*These schools have either too few students, less than two years of data, or no test scores to report. **DPS announced in early February that this school will be closed, turned into a public charter, consolidated, or moving next year. Go to http://detroitk12.org for more information. See the key on page 5 for the list of abbreviations. 2012 School Report Card

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Area 2 — Northwest W 10 Mile Rd

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230

9

W 7 Mile Rd

102 1 02 2 3 3 190

9

W Outer Dr

149

222 222

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208 208

198

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Greenfield Rd

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245

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Area 2 — Northwest READING 2009–11

Bates Academy K–8

106

Foreign Language Immersion and Cultural Studies K-Part, K–8

68.6%

19.3%

57.6%

29.5%

DPS

42.4%

3.1%

David Ellis Academy K-Part, 1–8

CH-DPS

41.5%

1.9%

202

Robeson Academy, Malcolm X Academy PK, 1–8

DPS-SA

38.9%

3.6%

16.6%

183

Old Redford Academy 6–8

CH-CMU

39.3%

2.2%

61.8%

18.5%

3

Aisha Shule/WEB Dubois Prep. Academy K-Part, 1–12

CH-DPS

40.0%

0.0%

CH-RESA

58.5%

20.3%

29

Burns K-Part, PK–8

DPS

29.3%

0.5%

% meets/ exceeds standards

81.7%

53.4%

208

Schulze PK–8

66.4%

39.4%

62

CH-DPS

61.6%

43.0%

DPS-SA

64.4%

DPS

DPS-SA

Michigan Average 155 Martin Luther King, Jr. Education Center Academy K-Part, K–8

MATH 2009–11

% meets/ exceeds standards

Elementary Schools 9

Schools are ranked by overall performance.

DPS-SA

Michigan Average

106

Foreign Language Immersion and Cultural Studies K–8

190

Pasteur PK–6

145

Lincoln-King Academy K–8

230

Vernor PK–6

DPS

58.7%

19.2%

87

Dossin PK–8

DPS

24.1%

1.3%

93

Edison K-Part, PK–5

DPS

51.9%

16.3%

188

Palmer Park Preparatory Academy K-Part, PK–8

DPS

23.9%

0.5%

7

Bagley PK–5

DPS

41.9%

22.5%

157

Mary McLeod Bethune PK–8

DPS

20.9%

2.2%

62

David Ellis Academy K-Part, 1–8

CH-DPS

50.3%

10.4%

141

DPS

22.1%

0.9%

DPS

41.7%

15.0%

John R. King Academic and Performing Arts Acad. PK–8

115

Gesu K-Part, PK–8

PR

145

Lincoln-King Academy K–8

CH-RESA

229

University Yes Academy 6–12

CH-BMCC

* * *

* * *

Average ACT composite 2009–11

Four-year graduation rate 2010

21.3

96.7%

19.2

76.0%

188 Palmer Park Preparatory Academy K-Part, PK–8 208

Schulze PK–8

DPS

38.5%

8.2%

149

MacDowell** PK–7

DPS

39.4%

4.8%

245

Coleman A. Young PK–5

DPS

32.6%

9.0%

202

Robeson Academy, Malcolm X Academy** PK, 1–8

DPS-SA

37.0%

3.3%

Aisha Shule/WEB Dubois Prep. Academy K-Part, 1–12

CH-DPS

38.1%

0.0%

3

High Schools 200

Renaissance High School 9–12

DPS-SA

206

Rutherford** PK–5

DPS

30.9%

7.1%

141

John R. King Academic and Performing Arts Acad. PK–8

DPS

33.0%

2.4%

53

Comm. and Media Arts 9–12

DPS-SA

16.7

93.1%

87

Dossin PK–8

DPS

30.3%

3.4%

3

CH-DPS

15.8

76.5%

157

Mary McLeod Bethune PK–8

DPS

27.6%

3.5%

Aisha Shule/WEB Dubois Prep. Academy K-Part, 1–12

182

Old Redford Academy 9–12

CH-CMU

15.3

87.7%

29

Burns K-Part, PK–8

DPS

24.5%

1.1%

147

Loyola 9–12

PR

14.7

NA

115

Gesu K-Part, PK–8

PR

*

165

Grandmont Rosedale Park Chr. School K-Part, PK–6

*

Mumford** 9–12

DPS

14.2

76.1%

120

PR

*

*

108

Fusion Acad. of Michigan 9–12

CH-FSU

132

Jalen Rose Leadership Acad. 9

CH-CMU

134

Jerry L. White Center 9–12

DPS-SA

198

Randolph Career and Technical Center 9–12

DPS-SA

* * * *

* * * *

222

University of Detroit Jesuit 7–12

PR

229

University Yes Academy 6–12

* *

* *

READING 2009–11

% meets/ exceeds standards

% meets/ exceeds standards

DPS-SA

83.2%

61.0%

Middle Schools 9

Bates Academy K–8

MATH 2009–11

222

University of Detroit Jesuit 7–12

PR

88.1%

42.0%

155

Martin Luther King, Jr. Education Center Academy K-Part, K–8

CH-DPS

73.1%

44.2%

Michigan Average

CH-BMCC

*These schools have either too few students, less than two years of data, or no test scores to report. **DPS announced in early February that this school will be closed, turned into a public charter, consolidated, or moving next year. Go to http://detroitk12.org for more information. See the key on page 5 for the list of abbreviations. 2012 School Report Card

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Area 3 — Central

Schools are ranked by overall performance. READING 2009–11

Elementary Schools \

217

Thirkell PK–5

DPS

Michigan Average

MATH 2009–11

4

Allen Academy K–12

CH-FSU

34.8%

6.7%

DPS

21.3%

16.2%

CH-FSU

31.2%

0.6%

Stewart K–8

DPS

28.9%

2.7%

% meets/ exceeds standards

% meets/ exceeds standards

207

Sampson Academy PK–8

78.0%

63.2%

136

Joy Preparatory Academy 3–8

66.4%

39.4%

214

64

Davison PK–8

DPS

70.9%

34.2%

91

Durfee PK–8

DPS

27.1%

3.6%

154

Thurgood Marshall K-Part, PK–6

DPS

50.4%

39.3%

189

Parker** PK–8

DPS

26.1%

0.9%

128

Hope Academy K–7

CH-EMU

38.2%

30.7%

112

GEE White Academy PK–8

CH-DPS

24.1%

1.7%

170

New Paradigm Glazer Acad. K–8

CH-DPS

37.3%

22.0%

173

Noble** PK–8

DPS

17.2%

0.6%

104

Flagship Charter Academy K–8

CH-CMU

40.7%

13.6%

26

Bridge Academy 6–8

CH-FSU

*

*

171

New Paradigm Loving Acad. K–8

CH-DPS

43.4%

6.6%

64

Davison PK–8

DPS

137

Keidan Special Education K–8

150

MacKenzie PK–8

* * *

* * *

170

New Paradigm Glazer Acad. K–8

CH-DPS

171

New Paradigm Loving Acad. K–8

CH-DPS

* *

* *

203

Rosa Parks Academy 5–11

*

*

Average ACT composite 2009–11

Four-year graduation rate 2010

19.2

76.0%

78 Detroit International Academy for Young Women K–12

DPS

46.9%

0.0%

DPS-SA

37.1%

6.5%

DPS-SA DPS

180

Oakman Elementary/Orthopedic School PK–5

207

Sampson Academy PK–8

DPS

31.6%

9.4%

112

GEE White Academy PK–8

CH-DPS

28.9%

12.1%

136

Joy Preparatory Academy 3–8

CH-FSU

34.2%

5.5%

Allen Academy K–12

CH-FSU

32.2%

4.0%

Stewart K–8

DPS

23.5%

7.7%

Barton** K-Part, PK–5

DPS

26.6%

3.6%

173

Noble** PK–8

DPS

19.2%

4.2%

195

Plymouth Educational Center Prep 10–12

CH-CMU

15.1

NA

91

Durfee PK–8

DPS

21.5%

1.5%

78

Detroit International Academy for Young Women K–12

DPS-SA

14.9

66.7%

189

Parker** PK–8

DPS

20.5%

1.9%

4

Allen Academy K–12

CH-FSU

14.7

87.1%

135

Joy Preparatory Academy K–2

CH-FSU

*

*

175

Northwestern 9–12

DPS

14.3

55.6%

137

Keidan Special Education K–8

DPS-SA

* *

Ross-Hill Academy 9–12

CH-DPS

13.7

72.7%

MacKenzie PK–8

* *

205

150

70

Detroit City** 9–12

DPS

13.6

48.4%

*

*

38

Central Collegiate Acad. 9–12

DPS

13.5

63.1%

READING 2009–11

MATH 2009–11

68

Detroit Association Black Orgs (DABO) 9–12

DPS

11.7

3.1%

43

Charles R. Drew Transition Center 9–12

DPS-SA

*

*

71

Detroit Collegiate Prep 9

DPS-SA

* *

* *

CH-BMCC

*

*

PR

*

*

4 214 8 =

164 Muhammad University of Islam K-Part, 1–4

DPS PR

% meets/ exceeds standards

% meets/ exceeds standards

57.6%

29.5%

DPS-SA

44.4%

10.3%

Middle Schools Michigan Average 78

Detroit International Academy for Young Women K–12

124

Henry Ford Academy: School for Creative Studies (PSAD) 6–10

CH-GVSU

42.2%

4.7%

104

Flagship Charter Academy K–8

CH-CMU

42.6%

0.9%

PR

High Schools Michigan Average

124 Henry Ford Academy: School for Creative Studies (PSAD) 6–10 201

Riverside Preparatory Middle College Academy 9–12

203

Rosa Parks Academy 5–11

PR

*These schools have either too few students, less than two years of data, or no test scores to report. **DPS announced in early February that this school will be closed, turned into a public charter, consolidated, or moving next year. Go to http://detroitk12.org for more information. See the key on page 5 for the list of abbreviations. 2012 School Report Card

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144

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219

Hayes St

John R St

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158

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99 99

219

176 176 176 197 197

Schoenherr St

212 212

121 121

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102 1 02 2

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Cornerstone Nevada Primary K-Part, PK–5

MATH 2009–11

% meets/ exceeds standards

% meets/ exceeds standards

82.5%

43.8%

66.4%

39.4%

CH-OU

52.6%

14.4%

Elementary Schools 56

Schools are ranked by overall performance.

PR

Michigan Average 89

Dove Acad. of Detroit K-Part, 1–8

179

Oakland Int’l Academy 4–5

CH-SVSU

35.9%

23.1%

144

Legacy Charter Academy K–6

CH-GVSU

43.1%

14.7%

121

Greenfield Union K-Part, PK–8

DPS

45.3%

8.0%

219

Trix PK–8

DPS

41.9%

11.0%

197

Pulaski PK–8

DPS

36.7%

6.3%

218

Timbuktu Academy of Science and Technology K-Part, 1–9

CH-DPS

32.2%

9.2%

177

Oakland Int’l Academy 6–12

176

Nsoroma Institute K–12

143

CH-SVSU

46.0%

10.7%

CH-OU

38.6%

1.7%

Law PK–8

DPS

26.9%

1.5%

13

Blackwell Institute PK–8

DPS

26.1%

1.7%

219

Trix PK–8

DPS

24.5%

2.6%

174

Nolan K–8

DPS

21.7%

0.4%

218

Timbuktu Academy of Science and Technology K-Part, 1–9

CH-DPS

19.7%

0.0%

24

Brenda Scott Academy for Theatre Arts PK–8

DPS

15.1%

0.3%

125

A.L. Holmes PK–8

DPS

13.9%

0.9%

80

Detroit Lions Alternative Ed 6–8

DPS

4.3%

0.0%

99

Farwell PK–8

DPS

St. Bartholomew K-Part, 1–8

PR DPS-SA

* * * *

* * * *

Average ACT composite 2009–11

Four-year graduation rate 2010

19.2

76.0%

2

2

2

CH-OU

29.1%

10.3%

212

Mason** PK–5

DPS

36.3%

2.9%

220

Turning Point Academy K–12

143

Law PK–8

DPS

32.2%

5.8%

240

Wilkins PK–8

240

Wilkins PK–8

DPS

23.8%

4.0%

13

Blackwell Institute PK–8

DPS

25.5%

2.1%

24

Brenda Scott Academy for Theatre Arts PK–8

DPS

23.9%

2.5%

174

Nolan K–8

DPS

18.4%

7.3%

241

Winans Academy 9–12

CH-SVSU

16.2

86.4%

125

A.L. Holmes PK–8

DPS

19.8%

0.9%

63

Davis Aerospace 9–12

DPS-SA

16.1

88.1%

99

Farwell PK–8

DPS

Crockett** 9–12

DPS

15.0

93.7%

Oakland Int’l Academy K–3

CH-SVSU

177

Oakland Int’l Academy 6–12

CH-SVSU

14.3

NA

212

St. Bartholomew K-Part, 1–8

PR

187

DPS

13.9

59.9%

Turning Point Academy K–12

DPS-SA

Osborn Upper School of Global Communications and Culture 12

220

* * * *

61

178

* * * *

138

Kettering** 9–12

DPS

13.7

46.4%

READING 2009–11

MATH 2009–11

191

Pershing 9–12

DPS

13.4

70.7%

21

Blanche Kelso Bruce Academy – St. Thomas Site 7–12

CH-RESASA

*

*

139

Kettering West Wing** 9–12

DPS-SA

176

Nsoroma Institute K–12

CH-OU

184

Osborn Acad. of Math 9–11

DPS

185

Osborn College Prep Acad. 9–11

DPS

* * * *

* * * *

186

Osborn Evergreen Acad. of Design and Alternative Energy 9–11

DPS

*

*

220

Turning Point Academy K–12

DPS

*

*

176

Nsoroma Institute K–12

158 =

Middle Schools 55

Cornerstone Nevada 6–8

PR

Michigan Average 197

Pulaski PK–8

242

Winans Academy 6–8

89

Dove Acad. of Detroit K-Part, 1–8

121

Greenfield Union K-Part, PK–8

% meets/ exceeds standards

% meets/ exceeds standards

77.0%

17.8%

57.6%

29.5%

DPS

48.9%

23.1%

CH-SVSU

51.1%

18.2%

CH-OU

56.4%

10.3%

DPS

53.4%

7.1%

DPS

High Schools Michigan Average

*These schools have either too few students, less than two years of data, or no test scores to report. **DPS announced in early February that this school will be closed, turned into a public charter, consolidated, or moving next year. Go to http://detroitk12.org for more information. See the key on page 5 for the list of abbreviations. 2012 School Report Card

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Area 5 — East

Schools are ranked by overall performance. READING 2009–11

MATH 2009–11

110

% meets/ exceeds standards

% meets/ exceeds standards

Garvey Academy PK–8

DPS-SA

36.6%

10.2%

172

Nichols K–8

DPS-SA

34.9%

11.8%

66.4%

39.4%

76

Detroit Enterprise Academy K–8

CH-GVSU

39.1%

3.0%

CH-GVSU

63.2%

38.6%

95

Edward “Duke” Ellington PK–8

DPS-SA

38.2%

0.8%

DPS

29.4%

0.0%

DPS-SA

26.6%

1.0%

Elementary Schools Michigan Average 81

Detroit Merit Charter Acad. K–8

235

Wayne PK–5

DPS

58.8%

32.0%

48

J.E. Clark Prep Academy PK–8

27

Ronald Brown Academy PK–6

DPS

60.1%

28.1%

103

Fisher Magnet Upper Academy 5–8

110

Garvey Academy PK–8

DPS-SA

51.8%

35.6%

153

Marquette PK–8

DPS

21.2%

0.3%

76

Detroit Enterprise Academy K–8

CH-GVSU

42.5%

21.9%

25

Brewer K–8

DPS

21.5%

0.0%

156

Marvin L. Winans Academy of Performing Arts K-Part, 1–5

CH-SVSU

42.8%

11.8%

131

Hutchinson PK–8

DPS

16.7%

0.0%

172

Nichols K–8

DPS-SA

44.1%

7.4%

96

EMAN Hamilton Academy K–8

CH-DPS

10.8%

0.0%

95

Edward “Duke” Ellington PK–8

DPS-SA

31.2%

13.3%

32

Carstens PK–8

DPS

100

Moses Field PK–8

DPS-SA

* *

* *

199

Regent Park Scholars Charter Academy K–8

CH-LSSU

*

*

PR

*

*

Average ACT composite 2009–11

Four-year graduation rate 2010

19.2

76.0%

48 32

J.E. Clark Prep Academy PK–8

DPS

27.1%

13.1%

Carstens PK–8

DPS

27.4%

11.5%

131

Hutchinson PK–8

DPS

32.1%

5.1%

25

Brewer K–8

DPS

15.8%

16.9%

153

Marquette PK–8

DPS

25.0%

4.3%

96

EMAN Hamilton Academy K–8

CH-DPS

25.3%

1.1%

11

William Beckham Academy PK–5

DPS

23.5%

2.8%

31

Carleton PK–5

DPS

21.2%

2.9%

100

Moses Field PK–8

102

Fisher Magnet Lower Academy PK–4

DPS-SA

233 Waldorf School Assn. of Michigan K-Part, PK–8

High Schools Michigan Average 209

Southeastern 9–12

DPS

14.0

73.4%

65

Denby 9–12

DPS

13.6

63.8%

DPS

13.4

58.4%

*

*

101

DPS

Finney** 9–12

*

*

58

Covenant House Acad. East 9–12

CH-DPS

12.5

16.9%

PR

*

*

14

CH-RESA

12.4

7.1%

Regent Park Scholars Charter 199 Academy K–8

Blanche Kelso Bruce Academy – Connor 5–12

CH-LSSU

*

*

17

Waldorf School Assn. of Michigan K-Part, PK–8

Blanche Kelso Bruce Academy – St. Jude’s 5–12

CH-RESASA

*

*

PR

*

*

Blanche Kelso Bruce Academy – 18 Victor’s 5–12

CH-RESASA

*

*

READING 2009–11

MATH 2009–11

Blanche Kelso Bruce Academy – Wolverine 5–12

CH-RESASA

*

*

DPS-SA

*

*

Giving Tree Montessori 116 K-Part, PK–5

233

Middle Schools 81

Detroit Merit Charter Acad. K–8 Michigan Average

CH-GVSU

% meets/ exceeds standards

% meets/ exceeds standards

65.9%

31.5%

57.6%

29.5%

19

Golightly Career and Technical 117 Center 9–12

*These schools have either too few students, less than two years of data, or no test scores to report. **DPS announced in early February that this school will be closed, turned into a public charter, consolidated, or moving next year. Go to http://detroitk12.org for more information. See the key on page 5 for the list of abbreviations. 2012 School Report Card

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Elementary Schools

Schools are ranked by overall performance. MATH 2009–11

113

% meets/ exceeds standards

% meets/ exceeds standards

George Crockett Academy K–8

CH-FSU

40.3%

6.7%

204

Ross-Hill Academy K–8

CH-DPS

40.0%

0.0%

243

Woodward Academy K–8

CH-CMU

35.1%

3.2%

232

Voyageur Consortium 7–12

CH-FSU

29.3%

4.1%

82

Detroit Midtown Academy 7–12

CH-RESA

24.5%

0.9%

67

Detroit Academy of Arts and Sciences 7–8

CH-OU

24.2%

0.7%

88

Douglass Academy for Young Men 6–12

DPS

16.4%

1.7%

46

Chrysler K–5

DPS-SA

83.5%

45.6%

94

Edison Public School Academy PK–10

CH-OU

68.8%

38.4%

66.4%

39.4%

CH-GVSU

56.4%

33.8%

DPS-SA

59.5%

27.1%

CH-GVSU

55.1%

31.3%

75

Detroit Day School for the Deaf** PK–8

DPS

*

*

33.2%

107

Friends School K-Part, PK–8

PR

*

*

CH-DPS

*

*

PR

*

*

Average ACT composite 2009–11

Four-year graduation rate 2010

19.6

93.7%

19.2

76.0%

CH-GVSU

16.5

94.2%

DPS

16.2

91.9%

CH-FSU

15.6

81.8%

DPS

15.5

84.6%

Michigan Average 224

University Prep Acad. – Ellen Thompson Campus K-Part, 1–5

211

Spain PK–8

226

University Prep Acad. – Mark Murray Campus K-Part, 1–5

30

Burton Int’l School PK–8

Golightly Education Center 118 K-Part, PK–8 28

Bunche PK–8

Plymouth Educational Center 194 K–9

DPS-SA

47.0%

DPS-SA

59.1%

8.0%

DPS

38.7%

23.5%

CH-CMU

52.0%

9.8%

204

Ross-Hill Academy K–8

CH-DPS

40.9%

15.9%

66

Detroit Academy of Arts and Sciences K-Part, 1–6

CH-OU

42.6%

12.4%

243

Woodward Academy K–8

CH-CMU

37.2%

12.0%

113

George Crockett Academy K–8

CH-FSU

39.6%

8.8%

111

GEE Edmonson Academy K-Part, PK–8

CH-DPS

24.2%

4.6%

75

Detroit Day School for the Deaf** PK–8

DPS

*

*

107

Friends School K-Part, PK–8

PR

163

Most Holy Trinity K-Part, PK–8

PR

* *

* *

READING 2009–11

MATH 2009–11

Middle Schools

% meets/ exceeds standards

% meets/ exceeds standards

Burton Int’l School PK–8

DPS-SA

61.5%

40.3%

228 University Prep Science and Math (PSAD) 6–8

CH-GVSU

59.9%

31.0%

57.6%

29.5%

CH-OU

63.9%

21.6%

CH-GVSU

51.5%

13.9%

49.8%

8.8%

30

Michigan Average 94

Edison Public School Academy PK–10

225

University Prep Academy (PSAD) 6–8

118

Golightly Education Center K-Part, PK–8

DPS-SA

194

Plymouth Educational Center K–9

CH-CMU

53.9%

4.0%

28

Bunche PK–8

DPS

48.9%

1.1%

211

Spain PK–8

DPS-SA

41.8%

5.9%

GEE Edmonson Academy 111 K-Part, PK–8 163

Most Holy Trinity K-Part, PK–8

High Schools 35

Cass Technical 9–12

DPS-SA

Michigan Average 223

University Prep Academy (PSAD) 9–12

84

Detroit School of Arts 9–12

130

Hope of Detroit Academy Consortium 9–12

140

King 9–12

232

Voyageur Consortium 7–12

CH-FSU

15.5

92.5%

114

George Crockett Consortium 9–12

CH-FSU

15.0

100.0%

88

Douglass Academy for Young Men 6–12

DPS

14.6

71.0%

82

Detroit Midtown Academy 7–12

CH-RESA

14.1

77.6%

36

Catherine Ferguson Academy PK, 7–12

CH-DPS-SA

13.7

49.2%

57

Covenant House Academy Central 9–12

CH-DPS

12.7

7.1%

15

Blanche Kelso Bruce Academy – DePaul 5–12

CH-RESASA

*

*

16

Blanche Kelso Bruce Academy – St. Antoine 5–12

CH-RESASA

*

*

60

Crockett Career and Technical Center 9–12

DPS-SA

*

*

DPS

*

*

DPS-SA

*

*

CH-GVSU

*

*

Detroit Behavioral Institute 69 6–12 90

Dr. Benjamin Carson School for Science and Medicine 9

227

University Prep Science and Math (PSAD) 9–12

*These schools have either too few students, less than two years of data, or no test scores to report. **DPS announced in early February that this school will be closed, turned into a public charter, consolidated, or moving next year. Go to http://detroitk12.org for more information. See the key on page 5 for the list of abbreviations.

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Elementary Schools Michigan Average

Schools are ranked by overall performance. MATH 2009–11

% meets/ exceeds standards

% meets/ exceeds standards

66.4%

39.4%

READING 2009–11

Middle Schools Michigan Average

MATH 2009–11

% meets/ exceeds standards

% meets/ exceeds standards

57.6%

29.5%

122

Harms K-Part, PK–5

DPS

59.6%

30.5%

129

Hope of Detroit Academy K–8

CH-FSU

31.4%

33.6%

12

Bennett PK–5

DPS

47.4%

21.4%

50

Clippert Academy 5–8

DPS-SA

49.0%

13.6%

221

Universal Academy K–12

CH-OU

36.8%

29.9%

2

Academy of the Americas PK–8

DPS

39.2%

11.2%

231

Voyageur Academy K-Part, K–6

CH-FSU

37.4%

22.3%

221

Universal Academy K–12

CH-OU

28.8%

17.6%

40

Cesar Chavez Acad. Inter. 3–5

CH-SVSU

37.3%

21.8%

42

Cesar Chavez 6–8

CH-SVSU

34.5%

6.0%

146

Logan** K-Part, 1–5

DPS

42.6%

14.4%

193

Pierre Toussaint Academy K–8

CH-FSU

36.2%

3.1%

49

Roberto Clemente Acad. PK–5

DPS

38.8%

16.0%

152

Mark Twain K–8

DPS

29.6%

2.1%

129

Hope of Detroit Academy K–8

CH-FSU

39.2%

14.5%

126

O.W. Holmes** K–8

DPS

21.3%

3.4%

152

Mark Twain K–8

DPS

40.9%

8.0%

192

Phoenix PK–8

DPS

16.8%

0.9%

Academy of the Americas PK–8

DPS

37.8%

6.7%

44

PR

196

Priest PK–8

DPS

30.4%

13.3%

Charlotte Mason Community School K-Part, 1–8

*

*

92

Earhart PK–8

DPS

159

Maybury** PK–3

DPS

37.8%

4.0%

127

Holy Redeemer K-Part, 1–8

PR

169

Neinas K–5

DPS

29.0%

12.7%

166

Munger PK–8

DPS

193

Pierre Toussaint Academy K–8

CH-FSU

30.7%

5.0%

196

Priest PK–8

DPS

126

O.W. Holmes** K–8

DPS

25.8%

6.6%

* * * *

* * * *

192

Phoenix PK–8

DPS

17.2%

3.5%

Average ACT composite 2009–11

Four-year graduation rate 2010

19.2

76.0%

CH-SVSU

16.8

81.1%

2

10

Beard PK–5

39

Cesar Chavez Acad. Elem. K–2

CH-SVSU

44

Charlotte Mason Community School K-Part, 1–8

PR

92

Earhart PK–8

DPS

127

Holy Redeemer K-Part, 1–8

PR

166

Munger PK–8

DPS

DPS

* *

* *

*

*

* * *

* * *

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High Schools Michigan Average 41

Cesar Chavez 9–12

221

Universal Academy K–12

CH-OU

16.4

88.0%

74

Detroit Cristo Rey 9–12

PR

16.3

NA

34

Casa Richard Academy 9–12

CH-RESA

15.8

61.2%

237

Western International 9–12

DPS

15.4

74.3%

210

Southwestern** 9–12

DPS

14.4

41.3%

236

West Side Academy Alt. Ed 9–12

DPS

13.4

46.7%

59

Covenant House Academy Southwest 9–12

CH-DPS

13.3

6.1%

20

Blanche Kelso Bruce Academy – Cecil Site 7–12

CH-RESA

*

*

*These schools have either too few students, less than two years of data, or no test scores to report. **DPS announced in early February that this school will be closed, turned into a public charter, consolidated, or moving next year. Go to http://detroitk12.org for more information. See the key on page 5 for the list of abbreviations. 2012 School Report Card

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Detroit Suburbs 150

Fraser

Birmingham

Clawson 317316

Southfield

350 357 357

341

Huntington Woods

352 323 323

102

5

303303

1 39

Evergreen Rd

Merriman Rd

Livonia Redford

344344 326 337 326 8 327327

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313 313

339 Wayne Romulus

153

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Inkster 306 12

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375

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356 355 349 355

321 94 Taylor

Melvindale 301 301

346

85 Allen Park Lincoln Park

Middle School

2 Miles

Detroit West Prep Academy K–6

CH-CMU

46.3%

9.8%

CH-BMCC

37.3%

18.7%

Eaton Academy K-Part, 1–12

CH-CMU

38.5%

17.0%

319

Crescent Academy PK–11

CH-BMCC

44.7%

10.7%

34.1%

315

Conner Creek Acad. East K–6

CH-FSU

41.0%

8.6%

32.9%

310

Chandler Park Acad. K-Part, K–5

CH-SVSU

40.9%

8.0%

Bradford Acad. K-Part, 1–12

CH-BMCC

38.9%

8.5%

322

39.4%

324

CH-CMU

62.1%

34.3%

CH-EMU

51.5%

Hamtramck Academy K-Part, K–8 CH-BMCC

52.0%

Michigan Average

0 0.5 1

Elementary School

Ecorse

MATH 2009–11

Detroit Map Area

High School

River Rouge

66.4%

Elementary Schools

331

304 304 304

% meets/ exceeds standards

Academy for Business and 300 Technology Elementary K–5

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96 12

300

% meets/ exceeds standards

Acad. of Southfield K-Part, 1–8

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302

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348348 347

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328

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343322

Garden City

Gr an dR

Evergreen Ave

354 354

Grosse Pointe Woods

94

Hamtramck 332 332

96

324 324 324 311 335 310 Harper 312 Woods

53

331 331 338

309 308308

Lake St. Clair

Eastpointe

330330

Mound Rd

320 320

Oak

St Clair Shores

329 329 97

Ferndale 334 334 353 334333 Hazel Park 325

345

3

Roseville 696

342 342 Oak Park Royal

Southfield

314

Harrison

315

305305

Center Line

302302

307307 340340 307

Farmington

Berkley

Lathrup Village

696

Warren

Madison Heights

Royal Oak

319 319319

Farmington Hills

318 Clinton

Sterling Heights

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24

West Bloomfield

75

Troy

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Bloomfield Hills

Bloomfield

Gr oe sb ec

Orchard Lake Rd

Orchard Lake

Ben Ross Public School 305 Academy K-Part, 1–8

330

Great Oaks Academy K–8

CH-BMCC

53.6%

29.2%

307

340

Laurus Academy K–8

CH-BMCC

59.1%

20.4%

304

Advanced Tech Acad. PK–12

CH-LSSU

37.3%

5.7%

CH-BMCC

25.3%

14.2%

CH-CMU

25.6%

11.6%

CH-HP

34.0%

2.8%

357

Woodmont Academy K–8

CH-BMCC

55.6%

22.9%

Business Entrepreneurship, 308 Science, Tech Academy K–8

347

Riverside Academy K–5

CH-CMU

43.6%

34.7%

351

George Washington Carver 327 Academy K–8

The Dearborn Acad. K-Part, 1–8

354

Washington-Parks Academy K–8

CH-GVSU

60.0%

12.5%

323

Dr. Joseph F. Pollack Academic Center of Excellence K-Part, 1–8

CH-EMU

49.4%

22.8%

329

Global Prep Academy PK–8

CH-CMU

30.2%

4.9%

320

David Ellis Acad. West K-Part, 1–8 CH-BMCC

50.9%

20.9%

303

Academy of Warren K-Part, 1–8

CH-BMCC

21.6%

8.6%

CH-EMU

23.8%

3.5%

CH-GVSU

*

*

Public

*

*

CH-CMU

*

*

342 Michigan Mathematics and Science Academy 5–10

Ford Acad. for Comm/ 326 Performing Arts PK, K-Part, 1–8 332

Hanley Int’l Acad. PK, K-Part, 1–8

344

Northpointe Academy K–8

355

West Village Academy K-Part, 1–8

20

Excellent Schools Detroit

CH-GVSU

47.7%

18.0%

Commonwealth Community 313 Development Academy K–8

Public

41.4%

20.9%

328

Global Heights Academy K–5

CH-GVSU

44.7%

16.5%

Hazel Park Advantage 334 Alternative School 3–11

CH-HP

48.3%

10.6%

350

CH-CMU

47.3%

10.8%

Taylor Int’l Academy K–6


Detroit Suburbs

Schools are ranked by overall performance. READING 2009–11

% meets/ exceeds standards

% meets/ exceeds standards

Hamtramck Academy K-Part, K–8 CH-BMCC

64.3%

26.3%

Michigan Average

57.6%

29.5%

Middle Schools 331

MATH 2009–11

334

Hazel Park Advantage Alternative School 3–11

Public

*

*

357

Woodmont Academy K–8

CH-BMCC

*

*

Average ACT composite 2009–11

Four-year graduation rate 2010

19.2

76.0%

CH-RESA

17.5

84.5%

High Schools

340

Laurus Academy K–8

CH-BMCC

53.3%

20.3%

354

Washington-Parks Academy K–8 CH-GVSU

56.6%

11.5%

336

Henry Ford Academy 9–12

320

David Ellis Academy West K-Part, 1–8

CH-BMCC

47.1%

19.7%

353

University 9–12

Public

17.0

97.3%

342

Michigan Mathematics and Science Academy 5–10

CH-GVSU

49.6%

15.4%

341

Madison 9–12

Public

16.5

80.3%

343

Michigan Technical Academy 5–8

CH-CMU

48.3%

15.9%

335

HEART Academy 9–12

CH-SVSU

16.2

96.7%

330

Great Oaks Academy K–8

CH-BMCC

50.3%

13.8%

304

Advanced Tech Acad. PK, K–12

CH-LSSU

16.0

91.5%

319

Crescent Academy PK–11

CH-BMCC

53.7%

4.8%

348

Riverside Academy – West Campus 6–12

CH-CMU

15.9

83.8%

348

Riverside Academy – West Campus 6–12

CH-CMU

42.0%

16.0%

349

Robichaud 9–12

Public

15.9

71.4%

302

Acad. of Southfield K-Part, 1–8

CH-CMU

311

39.3%

17.1%

Chandler Park Academy 9–12

CH-SVSU

15.5

NA

324

Eaton Academy K-Part, 1–12

CH-CMU

345

47.2%

4.7%

Oak Park 9–12

Public

15.3

75.8%

307

Bradford Academy K-Part, 1–12

CH-BMCC

44.9%

6.0%

316

Conner Creek Academy East – MI Collegiate High 9–12

CH-FSU

15.2

91.7%

323

Dr. Joseph F. Pollack Academic Center of Excellence K-Part, 1–8

CH-EMU

39.7%

7.1%

301

Academy for Business and Technology 6–12

CH-EMU

14.9

84.6%

355

West Village Acad. K-Part, 1–8

CH-CMU

39.8%

6.5%

339

Inkster 9–12

Public

14.9

60.6%

332

Hanley Int’l Acad. K-Part, PK–8

CH-GVSU

37.3%

8.8%

337

Highland Park Community 9–12

Public

14.8

67.0%

351

The Dearborn Acad. K-Part, 1–8

CH-CMU

34.5%

10.4%

314

Community 9–12

Public

14.5

40.4%

304

Advanced Tech Acad. PK–12

CH-LSSU

34.3%

10.0%

346

River Rouge High School 9–12

Public

14.1

65.0%

312

Chandler Park Academy 6–8

CH-SVSU

38.4%

3.6%

333

Hazel Park Adult Education 1–12

Public

14.0

8.8%

325

Ferndale Adult Education 9–12

Public

13.0

18.3%

352

Tri County Ed Center 9–12

Public

12.7

32.1%

338

Horizon Alternative Ed 9–12

Public

12.6

0.0%

307

Bradford Academy K-Part, 1–12

CH-BMCC

309

Career Academy/Adult Ed 9–12

Public

* * * *

Michigan Average

308

Business Entrepreneurship, Science, Tech Academy K–8

CH-BMCC

39.2%

1.5%

329

Global Prep Academy PK–8

CH-CMU

32.4%

8.1%

306

Blanchette 6–8

Public

32.6%

5.4%

313

Commonwealth Community Development Academy K–8

CH-EMU

33.8%

3.8%

317

Conner Creek Academy East-MI Collegiate 7–8

CH-FSU

31.1%

4.0%

318

Continuing Ed Center 11–12

Public

CH-BMCC

31.1%

1.0%

319

Crescent Academy PK, K–11

CH-BMCC

* * * *

CH-BMCC

29.0%

1.8%

321

Dearborn Heights Virtual Academy 9–12

Public

*

*

CH-EMU

25.9%

3.7%

324

Eaton Academy K-Part, 1–12

CH-CMU

*

*

Public

*

*

Public

*

*

305 Ben Ross Public School Academy K-Part, 1–8 303

Academy of Warren K-Part, 1–8

301 Academy for Business and Technology 6–12

CH-HP

25.0%

3.8%

334 Hazel Park Advantage Alternative School 3–11

327 George Washington Carver Academy K–8

CH-HP

26.4%

1.9%

356

326 Ford Acad. for Comm/ Performing Arts K-Part, PK–8

Public

25.0%

1.9%

344

Northpointe Academy K–8

Westwood New Tech 9–12

*These schools have either too few students, less than two years of data, or no test scores to report. See the key on page 5 for the list of abbreviations. 2012 School Report Card

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Index of All City Schools (A to Z) index number

School Name

authorized Grades

1

Academy of Critical Thinkers at Cody

9–11

1

2

Academy of the Americas

PK, K–8

7

3

Aisha Shule/WEB Dubois Prep. Academy School

K-Part, 1–12

2

4

Allen Academy

K–12

3

5

American International Acdemy

K–5

1

6

Ann Arbor Trail Magnet School

PK, K–8

1

7

Bagley Elementary School

PK, K–5

2

8

Barton Elementary School*

PK, K-Part, 1–5

3

9

Bates Academy

K–8

2

10

Beard Elementary School

PK, K–5

7

11

William Beckham Academy

PK, K–5

5

12

Bennett Elementary School

PK, K–5

7

13

Blackwell Institute

PK, K–8

4

14

Blanche Kelso Bruce Academy – Connor

5–12

5

15

Blanche Kelso Bruce Academy – DePaul

5–12

6

16

Blanche Kelso Bruce Academy – St. Antoine

5–12

6

17

Blanche Kelso Bruce Academy – St. Jude's

5–12

5

18

Blanche Kelso Bruce Academy – Victor's

5–12

5

19

Blanche Kelso Bruce Academy – Wolverine

5–12

5

20

Blanche Kelso Bruce Academy – Cecil Site

7–12

7

21

Blanche Kelso Bruce Academy – St. Thomas Site

7–12

4

22

Bow Elementary-Middle School

PK, K–8

1

23

Breithaupt Career and Technical Center

9–12

1

24

Brenda Scott Academy for Theatre Arts

PK, K–8

4

25

Brewer Elementary-Middle School

K–8

5

26

Bridge Academy – Middle

6–8

3

27

Ronald Brown Academy

PK, K–6

5

28

Bunche Elementary-Middle School

PK, K–8

6

29

Burns Elementary-Middle School

PK, K-Part, 1–8

2

30

Burton International School

PK, K–8

6

31

Carleton Elementary School

PK, K–5

5

32

Carstens Elementary-Middle School

PK, K–8

5

33

Carver Elementary-Middle School

PK, K–8

1

34

Casa Richard Academy

9–12

7

35

Cass Technical High School

9–12

6

36

Catherine Ferguson Academy

PK, 7–12

6

37

Center for Literacy and Creativity

K-Part, 1–8

1

38

Central Collegiate Academy

9–12

3

39

Cesar Chavez Academy Elementary

K–2

7

40

Cesar Chavez Academy Intermediate

3–5

7

41

Cesar Chavez High School

9–12

7

42

Cesar Chavez Middle School

6–8

7

*DPS announced in early February that this school will be closed, turned into a public charter, or consolidated next year. Go to http://detroitk12.org for more information. 22

on map number

Excellent Schools Detroit


Index of All City Schools (A to Z) (cont.) index number

School Name

authorized Grades

on map number

43

Charles R. Drew Transition Center

9–12

3

44

Charlotte Mason Community School

K-Part, 1–8

7

45

Christ the King School

PK, K-Part, 1–8

1

46

Chrysler Elementary School

K–5

6

47

City Mission Academy

PK, K-Part, 1–6

1

48

J.E. Clark Preparatory Academy

PK, K–8

5

49

Roberto Clemente Academy

PK, K–5

7

50

Clippert Academy

5–8

7

51

Cody Academy of Public Leadership

9–11

1

52

Cody College Preparatory Upper School of Teaching and Learning

12

1

53

Communication and Media Arts High School

9–12

2

54

Cooke Elementary School*

PK, K–6

1

55

Cornerstone Nevada Middle

6–8

4

56

Cornerstone School – Nevada Primary

PK, K-Part, 1–5

4

57

Covenant House Academy Central

9–12

6

58

Covenant House Academy East

9–12

5

59

Covenant House Academy Southwest

9–12

7

60

Crockett Career and Technical Center

9–12

6

61

Crockett High School*

9–12

4

62

David Ellis Academy

K-Part, 1–8

2

63

Davis Aerospace High School

9–12

4

64

Davison Elementary-Middle School

PK, K–8

3

65

Denby High School

9–12

5

66

Detroit Academy of Arts and Sciences

K-Part, 1–6

6

67

Detroit Academy of Arts and Sciences Middle School

7–8

6

68

Detroit Association Black Orgs (DABO)

9–12

3

69

Detroit Behavioral Institute

6–12

6

70

Detroit City High School*

9–12

3

71

Detroit Collegiate Preparatory High School

9

3

72

Detroit Community Schools-Elementary

K-Part, 1–8

1

73

Detroit Community Schools – High School

9–12

1

74

Detroit Cristo Rey High School

9–12

7

75

Detroit Day School for the Deaf*

PK, K–8

6

76

Detroit Enterprise Academy

K–8

5

77

Detroit Institute of Technology at Cody

9–11

1

78

Detroit International Academy for Young Women

K–12

3

79

Detroit Leadership Academy

K–6

1

80

Detroit Lions Alternative Education

6–8

4

81

Detroit Merit Charter Academy

K–8

5

82

Detroit Midtown Academy

7–12

6

83

Detroit Premier Academy

K–8

1

84

Detroit School of Arts

9–12

6

*DPS announced in early February that this school will be closed, turned into a public charter, or consolidated next year. Go to http://detroitk12.org for more information. 2012 School Report Card

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School Name

authorized Grades

85

Detroit Service Learning Academy

K–8

1

86

Dixon Elementary School

PK, K–8

1

87

Dossin Elementary-Middle School

PK, K–8

2

88

Douglass Academy for Young Men

6–12

6

89

Dove Academy of Detroit

K-Part, 1–8

4

90

Dr. Benjamin Carson School for Science and Medicine

9

6

91

Durfee Elementary-Middle School

PK, K–8

3

92

Earhart Elementary-Middle School

PK, K–8

7

93

Edison Elementary School

PK, K-Part, 1–5

2

94

Edison Public School Academy

PK, K–10

6

95

Edward “Duke” Ellington Elementary-Middle School

PK, K–8

5

96

EMAN Hamilton Academy

K–8

5

97

Emerson Elementary-Middle School

PK, K–8

1

98

Evergreen Lutheran School

K-Part, 1–8

1

99

Farwell Elementary-Middle School

PK, K–8

4

100

Moses Field

PK, K–8

5

101

Finney High School*

9–12

5

102

Fisher Magnet Lower Academy

PK, K–4

5

103

Fisher Magnet Upper Academy

5–8

5

104

Flagship Charter Academy

K–8

3

105

Ford High School

9–12

1

106

Foreign Language Immersion and Cultural Studies

K–8

2

107

Friends School in Detroit

PK, K-Part, 1–8

6

108

Fusion Academy of Michigan

9–12

2

109

Gardner Elementary School

PK, K-Part, 1–5

1

110

Garvey Academy

PK, K–8

5

111

GEE Edmonson Academy

PK, K-Part, 1–8

6

112

GEE White Academy

PK, K–8

3

113

George Crockett Academy

K–8

6

114

George Crockett Consortium High School

9–12

6

115

Gesu Elementary School

PK, K-Part ,1–8

2

116

Giving Tree Montessori School

PK, K-Part, 1–5

5

117

Golightly Career and Technical Center

9–12

5

118

Golightly Education Center

PK, K-Part, 1–8

6

119

Gompers Elementary-Middle School

PK, K–8

1

120

Grandmont Rosedale Park Chr. School

PK, K-Part, 1–6

2

121

Greenfield Union Elementary-Middle School

K-Part, PK–8

4

122

Harms Elementary School

PK, K-Part, 1–5

7

123

Henderson Academy

PK, K–8

1

124

Henry Ford Academy: School for Creative Studies (PSAD)

6–10

3

125

A.L. Holmes Elementary-Middle School

PK, K–8

4

126

O.W. Holmes Elementary-Middle School*

K–8

7

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School Name

authorized Grades

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127

Holy Redeemer Elementary School

K-Part, 1–8

7

128

Hope Academy

K–7

3

129

Hope of Detroit Academy

K–8

7

130

Hope of Detroit Academy Consortium High School

9–12

6

131

Hutchinson Elementary-Middle School

PK, K–8

5

132

Jalen Rose Leadership Academy

9

2

133

Mae C. Jemison*

PK, K–8

1

134

Jerry L. White Center High School

9–12

2

135

Joy Preparatory Academy

K–2

3

136

Joy Preparatory Academy

3–8

3

137

Keidan Special Education School

K–8

3

138

Kettering High School*

9–12

4

139

Kettering West Wing*

9–12

4

140

King High School

9–12

6

141

John R. King Academic and Performing Arts Academy

PK, K–8

2

142

Langston Hughes Academy

5–8

1

143

Law Elementary School

PK, K–8

4

144

Legacy Charter Academy

K–6

4

145

Lincoln-King Academy

K–8

2

146

Logan Elementary School*

K-Part, 1–5

7

147

Loyola High School

9–12

2

148

Ludington Magnet Middle School*

5–8

1

149

MacDowell Elementary School*

PK, K–7

2

150

MacKenzie Elementary-Middle School

PK, K–8

3

151

Mann Elementary School

PK, K–5

1

152

Mark Twain Elementary-Middle School

K–8

7

153

Marquette Elementary-Middle School

PK, K–8

5

154

Thurgood Marshall Elementary School

PK, K-Part, 1–6

3

155

Martin Luther King, Jr. Education Center Academy

K-Part, K–8

2

156

Marvin L. Winans Academy of Performing Arts Elementary

K-Part, 1–5

5

157

Mary McLeod Bethune Elementary-Middle School

PK, K–8

2

158

Mason Elementary School*

PK, K–5

4

159

Maybury Elementary School*

PK, K–3

7

160

Medicine and Community Health Academy at Cody

9–11

1

161

Michigan Technical Academy

PK, K–1

1

162

Michigan Technical Academy Elementary

2–4

1

163

Most Holy Trinity School

PK, K-Part, 1–8

6

164

Muhammad University of Islam

K-Part, 1–4

3

165

Mumford High School*

9–12

2

166

Munger Elementary-Middle School

PK, K–8

7

167

Murphy Elementary-Middle School

PK, K–8

1

168

Nataki Talibah Schoolhouse of Detroit

K-Part, 1–8

1

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School Name

authorized Grades

169

Neinas Elementary School

K–5

7

170

New Paradigm Glazer Academy

K–8

3

171

New Paradigm Loving Academy

K–8

3

172

Nichols Elementary-Middle School

K–8

5

173

Noble Elementary-Middle School*

PK, K–8

3

174

Nolan Elementary-Middle School

K–8

4

175

Northwestern High School

9–12

3

176

Nsoroma Institute

K–12

4

177

Oakland International Academy – Middle/High

6–12

4

178

Oakland International Academy – Elementary

K–3

4

179

Oakland International Academy – Intermediate

4–5

4

180

Oakman Elementary / Orthopedic School

PK, K–5

3

181

Old Redford Academy – Elementary

PK, K–5

1

182

Old Redford Academy – High

9–12

2

183

Old Redford Academy – Middle

6–8

2

184

Osborn Academy of Mathematics

9–11

4

185

Osborn College Preparatory Academy

9–11

4

186

Osborn Evergreen Academy of Design and Alternative Energy

9–11

4

187

Osborn Upper School of Global Communications and Culture

12

4

188

Palmer Park Preparatory Academy

PK, K-Part, 1–8

2

189

Parker Elementary-Middle School*

PK, K–8

3

190

Pasteur Elementary School

PK, K–6

2

191

Pershing High School

9–12

4

192

Phoenix Elementary-Middle School

PK, K–8

7

193

Pierre Toussaint Academy

K–8

7

194

Plymouth Educational Center

K–9

6

195

Plymouth Educational Center Preparatory High School

10–12

3

196

Priest Elementary-Middle School

PK, K–8

7

197

Pulaski Elementary-Middle School

PK, K–8

4

198

Randolph Career and Technical Center

9–12

2

199

Regent Park Scholars Charter Academy

K–8

5

200

Renaissance High School

9–12

2

201

Riverside Preparatory Middle College Academy

9–12

3

202

Robeson Academy, Malcolm X Academy*

PK, 1–8

2

203

Rosa Parks Academy

5–11

3

204

Ross-Hill Academy – Elementary

K–8

6

205

Ross-Hill Academy – High

9–12

3

206

Rutherford Elementary School*

PK, K–5

2

207

Sampson Academy

PK, K–8

3

208

Schulze Elementary-Middle School

PK, K–8

2

209

Southeastern High School

9–12

5

210

Southwestern High School*

9–12

7

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School Name

authorized Grades

211

Spain Elementary-Middle School

PK, K–8

on map number

6

212

St. Bartholomew School

K-Part, 1–8

4

213

St. Scholastica Elementary School

K-Part, 1–8

1

214

Stewart Elementary-Middle School

K–8

3

215

Tawheed Center of Detroit School

PK, K-Part, 1–8

1

216

Temple of Faith Baptist School

PK, K-Part, 1–8

1

217

Thirkell Elementary School

PK, K–5

3

218

Timbuktu Academy of Science and Technology

K-Part, 1–9

4

219

Trix Elementary-Middle School

PK, K–8

4

220

Turning Point Academy

K–12

4

221

Universal Academy

K, 1–12

7

222

University of Detroit Jesuit

7–12

2

223

University Preparatory Academy (PSAD) – High School

9–12

6

224

University Prep Academy – Ellen Thompson Campus

K-Part, 1–5

6

225

University Preparatory Academy (PSAD) – Middle

6–8

6

226

University Prep Academy – Mark Murray Campus

K-Part, 1–5

6

227

University Preparatory Science and Math (PSAD) High School

9–12

6

228

University Preparatory Science and Math (PSAD) Middle School

6–8

6

229

University Yes Academy

6–12

2

230

Vernor Elementary School

PK, K–6

2

231

Voyageur Academy

K-Part, K–6

7

232

Voyageur Consortium High School

7–12

6

233

Waldorf School Association of Michigan

PK, K-Part, 1–8

5

234

Warrendale Charter Academy

K–8

1

235

Wayne Elementary School

PK, K–5

5

236

West Side Academy Alternative Education

9–12

7

237

Western International High School

9–12

7

238

Weston Preparatory Academy

K-Part, 1–8

1

239

Westside Christian Academy

PK, K-Part, 1–12

1

240

Wilkins Elementary-Middle School

PK, K–8

4

241

Winans Academy High School

9–12

4

242

Winans Academy Middle School

6–8

4

243

Woodward Academy

K–8

6

244

Charles Wright School

PK, K–4

1

245

Coleman A. Young Elementary

PK, K–5

2

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School Name

authorized Grades

300

Academy for Business and Technology Elementary

K–5

301

Academy for Business and Technology High School

6–12

302

Academy of Southfield

K-Part, 1–8

303

Academy of Warren

K-Part, 1–8

304

Advanced Technology Academy

PK, K–12

305

Ben Ross Public School Academy

K-Part, 1–8

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School Name

authorized Grades

327

George Washington Carver Academy

K–8

328

Global Heights Academy

K–5

329

Global Preparatory Academy

PK, K–8

330

Great Oaks Academy

K–8

331

Hamtramck Academy

K-Part, K–8

332

Hanley International Academy

PK, K-Part, 1–8

333

Hazel Park Adult Education

1–12

334

Hazel Park Advantage Alternative School

3–11

335

HEART Academy

9–12

336

Henry Ford Academy

9–12

306

Blanchette Middle School

6–8

307

Bradford Academy

K-Part, 1–12

308

Business Entrepreneurship, Science, Tech. Academy

K–8

337

Highland Park Community H.S.

9–12

309

Career Academy/Adult Education

9–12

338

Horizon Alternative Education

9–12

310

Chandler Park Academy – Elementary

K-Part, K–5

339

Inkster High School

9–12

311

Chandler Park Academy – High School

9–12

340

Laurus Academy

K–8

312

Chandler Park Academy – Middle School

6–8

341

Madison High School

9–12

313

Commonwealth Community Development Academy

K–8

342

Michigan Mathematics and Science Academy

5–10

314

Community High School

9–12

343

Michigan Technical Academy Middle School

5–8

315

Conner Creek Academy East – Elementary

K–6

344

Northpointe Academy

K–8

316

Conner Creek Academy East – MI Collegiate High

9–12

345

Oak Park High School

9–12

346

River Rouge High School

9–12

317

Conner Creek Academy East – MI Collegiate Middle

7–8

347

Riverside Academy

K–5

348

Riverside Academy – West Campus

6–12

349

Robichaud Senior High School

9–12

350

Taylor International Academy

K–6

351

The Dearborn Academy

K-Part, 1–8

352

Tri County Educational Center

9–12

353

University High School

9–12

354

Washington-Parks Academy

K–8

318

Continuing Education Center

11–12

319

Crescent Academy

PK, K–11

320

David Ellis Academy West

K-Part, 1–8

321

Dearborn Heights Virtual Academy

9–12

322

Detroit West Preparatory Academy

K–6

323

Dr. Joseph F. Pollack Academic Center of Excellenc

K-Part, 1–8

324

Eaton Academy

K-Part, 1–12

355

West Village Academy

K-Part, 1–8

325

Ferndale Adult Education

9–12

356

Westwood New Tech High School

9–12

326

Ford Acad. for Comm/Perf Arts

PK, K-Part, 1–8

357

Woodmont Academy

K–8

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How We Ranked the Schools At each school level, we used publicly reported data on student achievement. We focus specifically on measures that show whether students are ready to move on to the next level — that is, if:  5th graders are ready for middle school,  8th graders are ready for high school, and  high school students are ready for college. Wherever possible, the rankings are based on three-year averages so that we avoid the major score changes (up and down) that sometimes occur from year to year. In cases where we have only one or two years of data, we noted that. At each level, we ranked schools from top to bottom. In 5th and 8th grades for each school, we combined a school’s scores from 2009, 2010, and 2011 on two indicators: the percentage of students meeting or exceeding state standards in reading and math on the Michigan Educational Assessment Program (MEAP). This report card uses the state’s new, higher thresholds for meeting standards. These data were compiled from the downloadable data section of the Michigan Department of Education’s (MDE) MEAP website. In high school, we used the school’s ACT composite scores from 2009, 2010, and 2011, which tend to predict if a student is ready for college work without needing to take remedial courses. We also report the school’s four-year graduation rates (a necessary step for college or a career). The ACT data were compiled from the data section of MDE’s Michigan Merit Examination (MME) website.The MDE reported schoolwide ACT scores reflect only those ACT scores earned by students (primarily 11th graders only) during the standard administration of the MME (of which ACT is a part). Schoolwide scores directly from ACT reflect the scores of students taken during any administration, including retests or tests taken by 12th graders, etc. Graduation data came from MDE’s Center for Educational Performance and Information. We did not rank schools where fewer than 20 students took the tests or schools with less than two years of data. For private schools, we ranked only those whose students took the state MEAP or ACT tests. For suburban schools, we included schools where Detroit students account for at least 30% of the enrollment. We did not include information on schools that have closed in the past year. One more important note: Many top-performing Detroit public schools are special admissions schools, which select students based on their exam scores (such as Cass Technical and Renaissance) or applications (such as Bates Academy and the Foreign Language Immersion School). We have noted these schools in our listings.

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