Oakman Elementary School 7545 Chase Rd, Dearborn, MI48126 Oakman is one of 19 elementary schools in the Dearborn Public Schools district. Led by Principal Radewin Awada, Oakman…More is classified as an Evergreen School, which is the highest environmentally-friendly rating a school can receive. The school has an intensive recycling program, and encourages students to do projects on topics such as alternative energy and environmental preservation.
McCollough-Unis School 7801 Maple St, Dearborn, MI48126 McCollough-Unis School, home of the Aviators, is a unique school. It encompasses both Lucille McCollugh Elementary…More School and Donald Unis Middle School, all within a new, state-of-the-art building on Dearborn's east side. The school is overseen by one principal and two assistant principals. It offers special education through the form of co-teaching.
Salina Elementary School 2700 Ferney St, Dearborn, MI48120 Salina Elementary School is a unique Dearborn public school in that it sits on the same campus as Salina Intermediate…More School. Together, the schools provide an education for kindergarteners through eighth graders on the south end of Dearborn. Much of Salina's student population is Arab American, and the school often works with the Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services on special projects for the students.
Howe Elementary School 18000 Oakwood Blvd, Dearborn, MI48124 Howe is one of 19 elementary schools in the Dearborn Public Schools district. It is a certified Green School and is the…More only Montessori school in the district. Its Montessori program encompasses both a preschool for 3- and 4-year-olds, and a kindergarten to fifth grade program. Open positions are filled by lottery. Howe also hosts a comprehensive special education program.
O.L. Smith Middle School 23851 Yale St, Dearborn, MI48124 O.L. Smith is one of four middle schools in the Dearborn Public Schools district. Located in west Dearborn, the school…More is led by Principal Scott Casebolt. Like all DPS middle schools, O.L. Smith offers special education through the form of co-teaching, which splits students' days between general education and special education classes.
William Ford Elementary School 14749 Alber St, Dearborn, MI48126 William Ford Elementary School is one of nineteen elementary schools in the Dearborn Public Schools district. It is…More located on the city's east side. The school is led by Principal Mahmoud Abu-Rus. It focusses on foreign language learning and often integrates lessons from other academic areas into Arabic language lessons.
Geer Park Elementary School 14767 Prospect St, Dearborn, MI48126 Geer Park Elementary School is one of 19 elementary schools in the Dearborn Public Schools District. It is a certified…More green school. Principal Andrea Awada is also the president ex-oficio for the executive board of the Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services.
Stout Middle School 18500 Oakwood Blvd, Dearborn, MI48124 Stout is one of four middle schools in the Dearborn Public Schools district. Led by principal Julia Maconochie, the…More school offers unique opportunities for extracurricular student involvement, including fundraisers. Like all DPS middle schools, Stout offers special education through the form of co-teaching, which splits students' days between general education and special education classes.
Becker Elementary School 10821 Henson St, Dearborn, MI48126 Becker is one of 19 elementary schools in the Dearborn Public Schools district. It is a foreign language theme school,…More so lessons are taught in both English and Arabic. Becker is also a certified Green School, and its mascot is the Bearcats.
DuVall Elementary School 22561 Beech St, Dearborn, MI48124 DuVall is one of 19 elementary schools in the Dearborn Public Schools district. It is located in the historic district…More of the city, surrounded by some of Dearborn's oldest homes. The school holds many extracurricular events for students and parents, and has a very active Parent-Teacher Association, which regularly holds fundraisers for the school.
Salina Intermediate School 2623 Salina St, Dearborn, MI48120 Salina Intermediate School is a unique Dearborn public school in that it sits on the same campus as Salina Elementary…More School. Together, they provide an education for kindergarteners through eighth graders on the south end of Dearborn. Much of Salina's student population is Arab American and the school often works with the Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services on special projects for the students.
Nowlin Elementary School 23600 Penn St, Dearborn, MI48124 Nowlin is one of 19 elementary schools in the Dearborn Public Schools district. It is a certified Green School. The…More school features an array of learning opportunities for youth, including art, music and instrumental music, as well as traditional classes. Nowlin also features Autism Spectrum Disorder Classrooms.
Whitmore-Bolles Elementary School 21501 Whitmore St, Dearborn, MI48124 Whitmore-Bolles is one of 19 elementary schools in the Dearborn Public Schools district. Located on the city's west…More side, it is led by Principal Jill Chochol. Whitmore-Bolles is one of two elementary schools in the district which provides support for special education students specifically aimed at addressing behavioral problems. The school also encourages students to "go green" by participating in the school-wide recycling program.
Dearborn Magnet High School is the newest edition to Dearborn Public Schools. Opened in 2009, it was established to…More help teenagers who are at risk of dropping out of school. Enrollment is based on referrals, and all students go through an interview process to determine if the school is a good fit for them.
The school has graduated fewer than 20 students so far and focuses on students who have not succeeded in the "traditional" high school setting. Along with academic classes, students focus on learning life skills, employability and creating a positive attitude.
The Magnet High School is housed at the Michael Berry Career Center, which is also home to Henry Ford Early College and the Dearborn Center for Math, Science and Technology.
Dearborn Christian School offers a Christian education for preschoolers through eighth graders, and is hosted by the…More attached Dearborn Christian Fellowship church. Students, however, are not required to be part of families who attend the church.
Students at the school receive both an academic and spiritual education, and attend chapel once per week during school hours. Students who are Dearborn residents are eligible to ride public school buses to Dearborn Christian School.
The school is funded by the Dearborn Christian School Society, a non-profit organization made up of parents, alumni and other interested parties.
Edsel Ford High School 20601 Rotunda Dr, Dearborn, MI48124 This is one of four high schools in the Dearborn public school district. It is named after the son of auto pioneer Henry…More Ford, Edsel Bryant Ford. The school's mascot is the Thunderbirds. Edsel Ford features a vast array of after-school clubs, activities and athletics, including 17 sports teams. Some students also work on the school newspaper, The Bolt, which publishes on-line and in print.
McDonald Elementary School 10151 Diversey St, Dearborn, MI48126 McDonald is one of 19 elementary schools in the Dearborn Public Schools District. Led by Principal Megdieh Jawad, the…More school has a number of extracurricular activities available for students to participate in, led by dedicated staff members. McDonald offers special education in the form of a teacher consultant, who works with students to ensure they are reaching grade-appropriate academic goals.
Maples Elementary, which celebrated its eightieth anniversary in 2010, is one of nineteen elementary schools in the…More Dearborn School District. It is located on the City's east side. The mascot is the Mustang.
Maples is one of the older schools in the city, and has unique details, including a fireplace and a pool with Pewabic tiles and murals in the media center.
Henry Ford is one of 19 elementary schools in the Dearborn Public Schools district and is certified as an "Evergreen"…More school because of its comprehensive recycling program.
The school puts a large emphasis on developing reading and writing skills and is also home to a special education resource room that gives students opportunities to work with a teacher specifically trained to help special needs children.
Woodworth Middle School 4951 Ternes St, Dearborn, MI48126 Woodworth is one of four middle schools in the Dearborn Public Schools district. Located on the city's east side, the…More school is led by Principal Majed Fadlallah. Woodworth's mascot is the Hornets, and it offers a wide range of sports and other activities for students to participate in. Woodworth offers special education in the form of co-teaching and also houses a resource room for students in need of more assistance.
Snow Elementary School 2000 Culver Ave, Dearborn, MI48124 Snow is one of 19 elementary schools in the Dearborn Public Schools district. Located on Dearborn's west side, it is a…More certified Green School and is home to a Peace Garden, which provides interactive scientific learning opportunities for students. The garden features a Weatherbug weather station, bird-feeding area and native plants. Snow also offers all-day preschool for toddlers ages 18 months and up, from 7am - 6pm on school days.
Fordson is one of four high schools in the Dearborn Schools District, and is a recognized historic site. It is known…More for its unique architecture, which attracts visitors and is supported by a rich history.
Fordson's mascot is the Tractors, which some say is related to Ford Motor Company's production of tractors; others date the name back to Fordson basketball games in the 1920s. The school boasts football, basketball, hockey, cross country and other teams as well as many additional after-school activities.