Beginning with the district’s youngest students in our nationally accredited Early Childhood Program, our child-centered curriculum meets the real needs of these early learners, providing them with the freedom to enjoy childhood by putting their physical, emotional and intellectual wellbeing first.
The district’s six elementary schools are setting the bar for strong school improvement processes, tiered intervention and support systems, and, in every school are advancing their work on building a culture of learning and leadership through the rigorous process of The Leader In Me.
Cooke School, the district’s special education center program – serving students from age 3 to 26 – continues its groundbreaking work with students, forging new pathways for these most challenged learners to have a voice, communicate with those around them, and demonstrate their learning.
The district’s two middle schools, along with Northville High School, are fully authorized as International Baccalaureate (IB) World Schools offering the Diploma Program (DP) for highly motivated 11th and 12th graders and the Middle Years Program (MYP) for all students in grades six through 10. Northville Public Schools also has twice been named to the College Board’s AP District Honor Roll in recognition of increasing access to Advanced Placement courses, while continuing our strong student performance on AP assessments.
Embedded within each of the district’s schools, and together with parents and the community, our students also have the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of athletic, artistic, and extracurricular programs, and take part in a powerful network of service learning and community service experiences.