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Dearborn Heights District and Curriculum

Dearborn Heights is divided into 4 different school districts—the Northern part of the area is served by Crestwood School District and Dearborn Public Schools; and the Southern area is served by Westwood Community School District and Dearborn Heights No. 7 School District. All four districts follow the Common Core Standards, which were adopted by the state in 2010. Common Core Standards provide uniform and concise expectations of student learning. Aligned with Common Core Standards, Dearborn Heights area districts use an array of engaging and rigorous activities to prepare students for the future.

We currently cover the following Dearborn Heights-area school districts: Crestwood School District, Dearborn Public Schools, Westwood Community School District, and Dearborn Heights No. 7 School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Dearborn Heights District Curriculum

Language Arts instruction starts early on with a heavy focus on phonemic awareness, shared reading opportunities, and comprehension strategies to ensure readers actually understand what they are reading. In Dearborn Public Schools, there is also a 9th grade academy, which helps to ease the transition from middle school to high school. High school students follow the Michigan Merit Curriculum, which requires them to obtain 4 English credits before graduation.

Dearborn Heights area districts have strong vocational and alternative studies programs. Dearborn Heights No. 7 School District offers graphic design, networking, and health occupation courses to provide students an opportunity to learn skills that could secure them employment in the real world. The Dearborn Heights Virtual Academy allows students to complete high school course work in a non-traditional setting. The Collegiate Academy in Dearborn Public Schools gives students the chance to earn their high school diploma as well as an Associate’s degree.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Dearborn Heights Educational News

  • College Ambition Program - Westwood School District’s Robichaud High School has partnered with the College Ambition Program at Michigan State University to offer a college-readiness program to area students. The program serves to promote awareness about college programs and prepares them for college applications.
  • New Adult/Community Education Courses - Dearborn Public Schools are offering new courses to meet the interest and need of the community. New course selections include cake decorating, electrical repair, fitness classes, and computer literacy.
  • New School Board Recognized - Dearborn Heights area schools recognized their respective school boards during January’s School Board Recognition Month. The statewide initiative exists to thank the volunteers who serve their schools and community.

Dearborn Heights Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed

SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.

Chalk Talk: Character Education

Teaching our children about character traits such as honesty, integrity, and respect is important to developing their morals. Another way in which character education is used is to forward the goals of an initiatives such as the anti-bullying programs occurring around the country. Another common initiative is to honor students for their positive behaviors and reward students for exceptional examples of character. The goal of character education is to make our world a better place by encouraging students to be responsible, respectful, and gracious members of society. While there is no common set of standards to assess various character education programs, there is little resistance to including character education programs in our schools.