Ferndale Public Schools

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Ferndale Public Schools
Type and location
Type Public
Grades K-12
Region Ferndale, Oak Park, Pleasant Ridge, and the Royal Oak
Country USA
District information
Students and staff
Students About 4,000
Colors Brown and White
Other information
Website http://www.ferndaleschools.org/

The Ferndale Public Schools is a school district headquartered in the Harding Administration Center in Ferndale, Michigan in Greater Detroit.[1] It is a four square mile district, including the cities of Ferndale, Oak Park, Pleasant Ridge, and Royal Oak.

Schools[edit]

  • Grant Early Childhood Center (Preschool)
  • Roosevelt Primary School (K-3)
  • John F. Kennedy School (K-6)
  • Coolidge Intermediate School (4-6)
  • Ferndale Middle School (7-8)
  • Ferndale High School (9-12) - Comprehensive high school
  • University High School (9-12) - Alternative high school

Former Schools[edit]

  • Best School (now Kennedy School)
  • Harding School (now district administrative offices)
  • Jackson School (now Jackson Center, CASA)
  • Jefferson School (now Jefferson Center, adult education)
  • Lincoln High School, later Lincoln Junior High School (demolished)
  • Taft School (now Digital Learning Center)
  • Washington School (now Kulick Community Center)
  • Wilson School (now University High School)

The high schools had an average score of 11.8 on the state's MEAP test in 2011.[2]

Adult & Alternative Education Schools[edit]

  • Taft Education Center
  • Jefferson Center
  • Crossroads Campus

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Contact Us." Ferndale Public Schools. Retrieved on July 30, 2013. "Ferndale Public Schools Harding Administration Center 2920 Burdette, Ferndale MI 48220"
  2. ^ "DATABASE: Check your school's MEAP score". Detroit News. 2012-02-20. Retrieved 14:50, Monday February 20, 2012 (UTC). 

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