Advanced Technology Academy is a K-12 public charter school that works with the Ford Motor Company Partnership for…More Advanced Studies. Tuition is free for all students and enrollment is based on space availability. The school is run by a board of directors independent from the Dearborn Public Schools district.
In their sophomore year, ATA students merge high school and college courses, choosing one of the following fields of study: engineering, business, health care or technology. Students have the option to dual enroll at Davenport University.
HFCC School of Nursing 3401 Schaefer Rd, Dearborn, MI48126 This is the nursing department of Henry Ford Community College. The programs offers students an associates degree after…More completing the required 65-credit curriculum of classes, clinical placements and labs. Prerequisite courses may be necessary for enrollment. To be eligible perspective students must have a physical exam, proof of immunization, ACE Clinical Passport, a BLS certification for health providers and health insurance.
West Village Academy 3530 Westwood St, Dearborn, MI48124 West Village Academy is authorized through Central Michigan University and offers an alternative curriculum to Dearborn…More Public Schools. Students hail from Dearborn and surrounding cities and must apply to enroll. The Academy is nestled in a residential community on Dearborn's west side, near several other schools and parks. West Village is run by its own superintendent and board of directors; the school's curriculums focus on basics like math, science and reading.
Henry Ford Community College offers a vast array of two-year programs and continuing education classes, and is known…More for its culinary arts and nursing programs. Other students often begin their college careers at HFCC, where tuition is lower than average university costs, before transferring to another school.
HFCC, home of the Hawks, also takes in many high school students from the Dearborn Public Schools for dual enrollment, ensuring that DPS seniors can graduate with up to two years of college already completed. Many students are dual-enrolled through Henry Ford Early College.
Though HFCC is a commuter college, it features a vast array of student activities, including theater productions, art gallery shows and athletics.