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Northville Public Schools offers challenging programs for learners at all levels. Whether it’s in a regular classroom or an advanced class, the curriculum, instructors, and other students help provide challenging classroom opportunities. While all the awards, accolades, and accomplishments of the Class of 2016 are too numerous to list, our graduate profile includes:

  • 19 National Merit Finalists
  • 1 National Merit Semi-Finalist
  • 12 National Merit Commended students
  • 157 Phi Beta Kappa students
  • 19 International Baccalaureate Diploma Candidates
  • 160 Cum Laude graduates (GPA 3.0-3.49)
  • 149 Magna Cum Laude graduates (GPA 3.5-3.79)
  • 29 Summa Cum Laude graduates (GPA 3.8-4.0)
  • 205 National Honor Society members
  • 114 President’s Award for Educational Excellence honorees

Elementary Level

Regular Education Classroom

At the elementary level, teachers in the regular education classrooms employ different strategies to meet the educational needs of the learners. Strategies depend upon the goals for the group and needs of the learners. Some strategies include: cluster grouping where students with similar academic needs learn together for a specific subject area; differentiation which can affect materials, format, or rate of instruction; curriculum enrichment for students who demonstrate the need for additional challenge on a particular standard; and grade level math acceleration for students who demonstrate understanding of the standards within their current grade.  In ALPS, our goal is to teach students to be resilient and responsible by supporting social and emotional growth.  This is accomplished with an enriching academic environment. 
 

Alternative Learning Program for Students

The Alternative Learning Program for Students (ALPS) is designed to meet the unique, social, emotional, and educational needs of academically talented students in Grades 3, 4 and 5. ALPS provides classroom interaction with similar learning peers and employs the learning strategies as described above for other classrooms in Northville Public Schools. See Elementary Programs for additional information.

Middle School Level

Academic Resource

Academic Resource class serves the needs of qualifying students who need a more challenging enrichment option. The subject topics are derived from core curriculum: science, social studies, English Language Arts, and student interests. The class activities are more project oriented and focus on developing higher levels of thinking and problem-solving strategies. Students utilize research skills to interpret a variety of materials and then demonstrate learning in creative, divergent ways. Entry into this program is based upon qualifying scores from multiple data points.

Advanced Math Tier

Students in Regular Math cover grade level Common Core State Standards. Students in Advanced Math cover grade level Common Core State Standards and will dive deeper into critical thinking application.


High School Level

Northville High School offers a comprehensive college-prep curriculum for students in grades 9-12. Students have many educational options including Honors, College Prep, Advanced Placement (AP), and International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (DP) courses.

Northville High School ia an IB Diploma Program school. The addition of IB DP courses provides increased opportunities for participation in college equivalent coursework and corresponding assessments that can earn college course credit.

 

Northville High School offers a comprehensive college-prep curriculum for students in grades 9-12. Students have over 200 educational options including many Honors, College Prep, Advanced Placement and Diploma Program level courses.