Livingston County School Districts www.michigan.gov/mde
For information about alternative, technical, special education, duel enrollment, charter and magnet schools contact Livingston Education Service Agency at www.lesa.k12.mi.us (517) 546-5550.
School District Website Communities Served Phone Number Brighton Area Schools City of Brighton, parts of Twps. Of Brighton, Brighton TownshipGenoa, Green Oak, Hamburg and Lyon Twp. www.brightonk12.com 4363 Buno Road • Brighton 48114County (810) 299-4000 in Oakland (810) 229-0550 • www.brightontwp.com Fowlerville Community Schools Village of Fowlerville, parts of Twps. of Antrim, www.fowlervilleschools.org Conway, Howell, Handy, Iosco, Population: 18,792 Cohoctah, Income: $103,000 (517) 223-6000 Locke, Unadilla & White Oak Hartland Consolidated Schools Hartland Twp., parts of Twps. Of Brighton, www.hartlandschools.us Tyrone, Deerfield, Genoa & Oceola (810) 626-2100 Howell Public Schools Cities of Howell & Brighton, Twps. of Oak Grove, www.howellschools.com Deerfield, Cohoctah, Marion, Putnam, Iosco, Hamburg, Genoa, Brighton, Oceola, Howell, Handy (517) 548-6200 Pinckney Community Schools Village of Pinckney, parts of Twps. of Hamburg, www.pinckneypirates.org Putnam, Genoa, Webster, Dexter, Unadilla, (810) 225-3900 Marion
2020 Graduation Rate*
2020-21 Enrollment $ Spent Per Student (2020-21 State Funds)
95% 84% 96% 91% 88%
5,779 $8,111 2,639 $8,111 5,262 $8,111 6,713 $8,111 2,332 $8,111
Livingston Applied Technology Education Consortium (LATEC) - is open to all students in the County. www.latec.us (517) 546-5550 * Graduation rates based on traditional high school four year graduation rates averaged by the number of high schools in district.
Brighton & Brighton Township City of Brighton 200 North First Street, Brighton 48116 (810) 227-1911 • www.brightoncity.org Population: 7,446 Income: $56,000
Brighton Township 4363 Buno Road, Brighton 48114 (810) 229-0550 • brightontwp.com Population: 19,144 Income: $106,000
Brighton is the point of intersection for the Ann Arbor–Flint and Lansing–Detroit business corridors, leading to significant growth over the past 25 years. The area has numerous industrial/office parks and major shopping districts featuring big box stores and one of a kind boutiques and art galleries. Recreation is year-round with an extensive system of parks including Kensington and Huron Meadows Metroparks and the Brighton, Island Lakes and Meijer State Parks/Recreation areas. Brighton is also home to championship golf courses and numerous lakes and streams for boating and fishing options. The City of Brighton has full time fire and police protection while the Brighton Area Fire Authority, the County Sheriff and State Police departments serve the township. Brighton Community Schools is the primary school system for the area, with Hartland and Howell Community School systems serving portions of the township.
OTHERS TO CON SIDER ... Handy Township 135 North Grand Ave. Fowlerville 48836 (517) 223-3228 www.handytownship.com Population: 8,602
Fowlerville 213 South Grand Ave., Fowlerville 48836 (517) 223-3771 www.fowlerville.org Population: 2,951
Hamburg Township Hall 10405 Merrill Road, Hamburg 48139 (810) 231-1000 www.hamburg.mi.us
Population: 21,259 Income: $87,000
Located in southeast Livingston County, Hamburg Township has been one of the fastest growing townships in the county. Lakes and waterways dominate its local geography. The communities of Hamburg and Lakeland are located here with both offering a wide range of housing options. The Brighton, Dexter and Pinckney school systems service the community along with easily accessible private schools. The township benefits from the many recreational facilities that are located within its borders or nearby, including the 300 acre Manley Bennett Memorial Park, the Huron Meadows Metropark and the Lakelands Trail State Park that traverses the township on a reclaimed railroad right of way.
Hartland Township Offices 2655 Clark Road, Hartland 48353 (810) 632-7498 www.hartlandtwp.com
Population: 15,256 Income: $90,000
Hartland Township is north of Brighton Township on the eastern border of Livingston County. M-59 is the main east-west axis with US-23 running north-south. Detroit, Flint and Ann Arbor are all within a 30-minute drive, which makes this community popular with the commuting crowd. Hartland was originally a farming community, but as Livingston County developed Hartland acquired significant commercial, light industrial and residential development. The housing stock is mixed with rural settings, upscale subdivisions, planned communities and apartment developments. With its proximity to Brighton, Howell and Oakland County, Hartland residents enjoy all the social amenities and recreational opportunities one could desire. Hartland Consolidated Schools is the public school system and the Hartland Area Fire Authority and County Sheriff provide protection.