Student achievement should drive all decision making, and that literacy and numeracy proficiency for all students is the key to independent life-long success.
When a collaborative culture exists in which students are the focus, educational transformation is achievable.
Through shared accountability of families, schools, and community, our primary responsibility is to teach the whole child.
Building capacity in leaders and staff is essential to increasing effectiveness, promoting global awareness, and sustaining improvement.
A positive school culture and climate is the prerequisite for change.
ACRI (Adolescent Accelerated Reading Intervention)
Advanced Placement Courses
Career Cruising Method Test Prep
Cranbrook Institute of Science Partnership
Free Breakfast & Lunch for all students
Great Start Readiness Program
Highly Qualified Staff
International Baccalaureate Program
iPads and Promethean Boards
McKinney-Vento Homeless Student Services
Navy Junior ROTC
The District Operates 11 Campuses, including:
Nine elementary schools for grades kindergarten through 6
Three secondary schools for grades 7 through 12
Northwestern High School (Grades 9-12) & Accelerated Learning Academy (Grades 7-12)