Southfield High School

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Southfield High School for the Arts and Technology
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24675 Lahser Road
Southfield, Michigan
United States
Coordinates 42°28′12″N 83°15′43″W / 42.47°N 83.262°W / 42.47; -83.262Coordinates: 42°28′12″N 83°15′43″W / 42.47°N 83.262°W / 42.47; -83.262
Type Public school
Established 1951
School district Southfield Public Schools
Principal Charity Jones
Grades 9–12
Enrollment 1600
Color(s) Blue, red and White
Mascot Warriors

Southfield High School for the Arts and Technology, commonly known as Southfield A&T (SAT) is a senior high school located in Southfield, Michigan. Southfield high was founded in 1951, Southfield High was the oldest of two high schools in the district operated by Southfield Public Schools. The other high school in the district is the University High School Academy,[1] a program which is located at the former Southfield-Lathrup High School was at until the recently closed down in 2016, and merged with Southfield High School, and became the new "Southfield High School of the Arts and Technology" founded in 2016


By the mid to late 1960s, Southfield High School (SHS) was fed by four junior high schools, Birney, Lederle, Levey, and Thompson. In the fall of 1967, students from Birney began to be sent to the newly opened Southfield-Lathrup High School, leaving SHS with the other three.



Advanced placement options[edit]

Southfield High offers Advanced Placement (AP) courses in several different subjects including:

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