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School NameAddressZip
Current Name
LAT/LONPIDOwnership
Complete
Type
Current Status
AnnexedLeased
Purchased
BuiltOpened
Addition 1
Addition 2
Addition 3
Addition 4Addition 5Addition 6ClosedMerged
Demolition
Post Close
Secured
Scrapped
Fire Damage
Exposed
Require Demo
RepurposeReplaced
Age of Building
Capacity
2011 Enrollment
2014 Count
% UsedHistorical Narrative
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Academy of the Americas5680 Konkel48210
Academy of the Americas
42.327055, -83.110755
16013246.002L
YesLeasedActive19921992103473971%
Acadmey of the Americas is located in St. Hedwig School (closed in the mid 90's) which was bought from the Archdiocese in 1992.
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Ann Arbor Trail Elementary7635 Chatham48239Ann Arbor Trail
42.347085, -83.260996
22001469-81YesBuiltActive1945194819556862645172%
After a slow start in 1945 in building the school and delays in construction classes started in 1948. By 1951 it was extremely overcrowded, enrollment being at 940 while capacity was only at 440. A second unit was built in 1955.
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Bagley Elementary (1930)8100 Curtis48221
Bagley Elementary
42.424558, -83.152158
16008550.YesBuiltActive19291930193819498659634458%Bagley Elementary school was built in 1929 and opened in 1930.
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Balch Elementary
5536 St Antoine St
48202
Golightly Education Center
42.364677, -83.059823
03001577.YesBuiltActive19201921200295105445643%
The Balch school is the only elementary school with a swimming pool. It was designed and built for a platoon school. It had a recent renovation in 2002 and is currently called the Golightly Education Center.
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Beard, Frank H (1896)840 Waterman48209
Beard Early Learning Neighborhood Center
42.306413, -83.109353
18008084-107YesAnnexedActive19061896190619001103697220%Beard is now the oldest school still in use in the district.
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Beaubien Jr High19701 Wyoming48221Bates Academy
42.437919, -83.162369
16038032.YesBuiltActive19641965197151121085270%Built in 1964 as Beaubien Jr High, later renamed Bates Academy, which was moved from a different school.
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Beckham Academy, William9860 Park Drive48213
Ellington Conservatory of Music & Art at Beckham Academy
42.408181, -82.979492
21007746.YesBuiltActive2001200115106974570%
One of several new schools built in 2001, later took in the Ellington Conservatory of Music & Art at Beckham Academy in 2013-14 and was renamed.
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Bennett Elementary2111 Mulane48209
Bennett Elementary School
42.309316, -83.129331
20004038.YesBuiltActive19111912193010469746967%Built in 1911, Bennett grew rapidly and was expanded in 1930.
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Bow Elementary19801 Prevost48235
Bow Elementary-Middle School
42.436784, -83.204770
22056223.YesBuiltActive1950195019516680444255%
Bow was built in two units starting in 1950. In 1960 an experimental program was started for parent teacher conferences. It proved to be successful, and had over 90% participation.
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Boynton Elementary12800 Visger48217
Twain School for Scholars
42.269327, -83.162378
20015238.YesBuiltActive1925192619719093626028%
Originally built in 1925 as Boynton. In 1960 it was one of the schools that received five TVs as part of the television teaching program. It was renamed Mark Twain School for Scholars in 2009 after Twain School closed.
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Breithaupt Career and Technical Center
9300 Hubbell48228
Breithaupt Career and Technical Center
42.363588, -83.186657
22003573-4YesBuiltActive198019813561647377%The Breithaupt Career and Technical Center was opened in 1981 and is currently active.
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Brooks Jr High16101 W Chicago48228
Henderson Academy
42.364642, -83.205127
22003695.YesBuiltActive19621963197153101377476%Originally Brooks Jr High, later renamed Henderson Academy.
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Brown, Ronald Academy
11530 East Outer Dr
48223
Brown, Ronald Academy
42.404643, -82.947362
21069000.YesBuiltActive2000200115116169260%Brown Academy was built to replace Stellwagen School, but both buildings continue to be used by Brown.
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Butzel Jr High2301 Van Dyke48214
Garvey Academy
42.359318, -83.001800
17000166-70YesBuiltActive196319641965197652108042940%
The first unit of Butzel Junior High was built in 1963, with the second unit built in 1965. Became Marcus Garvey in 2009.
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Carleton Elementary (1946)11724 Casino48224
Carleton Elementary School
42.427043, -82.945836
21064877.YesBuiltActive194619461951195620037064034253%
Carleton was the first schools built after the Second World War, opening in 1946. It is currently active with the most recent addition being in 2003.
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Carver Elementary18701 Paul48228
Carver STEM Academy
42.335670, -83.223470
22082709-21YesBuiltActive1953195419556266831147%
Carver was known as a community school. Several outside organizations were able to use the schools auditorium, classrooms, and gymnasium. It is currently the Carver S.T.E.M. Academy.
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Cass Technical High (2002)2501 Second48201
Cass Technical High School
42.338990, -83.059941
04000472-3YesBuiltActive20022005112286226099%Cass Tech (2002) was built as a replacement for old Cass, located next door.
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Cerveny Elementary Jr High
15850 Strathmoor
48227
King, John R. Academic and Performing Arts Academy
42.408651, -83.186601
22012056.YesBuiltActive1923192419301931197192132087466%Cerveny was annexed in 1925. Today it is the John R King Academic and Performing Arts Academy.
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Chrysler Elementary1445 E Lafayette48207
Chrysler Elementary School
42.338476, -83.033672
07000259-91YesBuiltActive1961196254160178111%
One of several experimental schools by the same name, focusing on small classroom sizes. Ground breaking ceremonies were held in 1961.
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Clark Elementary15755 Bremen48224
Clark, J.E. Preparatory Academy
42.394193, -82.941120
21069070.YesBuiltActive1925192619279078976397%
The need for this school was made clear after the teachers went up and down the streets making note of the homes and number of inhabitants. The survey showed “spot maps” of the district and the need for a new school. The first unit of Clark School was opened in 1926 and the second in 1927.
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Clemente Learning Academy1551 Beard48209
Clemente, Roberto Academy
42.309351, -83.115708
18008571.YesBuiltActive200120021486275387%Clemente Learning Academy was built in 2001.
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Cody High18445 Cathedral48228
Cody High School
42.360780, -83.221233
22079718.002L
YesBuiltActive194919521955642,10897146%
Cody High School was built in 1949. The high school is now home to several programs, sometimes counted as individual schools.
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Columbian (1963)4701 McKinley48208
West Side Academy
42.342099, -83.103302
14000867-75YesBuiltActive19631963200253419521124%
Old Columbian was replaced due to enrollment increases. The new school was built in 1963. In 2002 it became the West Side Academy for Leadership Development. That closed in 2010, and the school currently houses the West Side Academy High School.
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Columbus Elementary Jr High 18025 Brock48205
Brewer Academy
42.428677, -82.963419
21017356.YesBuiltActive19281929193019538781250762%
In 1958 the school was converted to an elementary and junior high. It was done in a way so that the two could operate independently. Currently it is the Brewer Academy.
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Communication And Media Arts High School
14771 Mansfield48227
Communication & Media Arts HS
42.398178, -83.205573
22008233.001YesPurchasedActive199276359177%
The building for the Communication and Media Arts school was purchased by DPS. It was formerly St. Mary of Redford School and it opened in 1992.
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Cooke Elementary18800 Puritan48223
Cooke Elementary School
42.408571, -83.225929
22083143.YesBuiltActive19251926193819539042036186%Cooke was built in 1925 and annexed to Detroit in 1926.
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Crary Elementary
16164 Asbury Park
48235
Adult Ed Center - West
42.409057, -83.208267
22012208.YesBuiltActive19381939194119557700
When Crary was built in 1938 it had many modern features some of which included all metal window frames and sills, glass brick on the stairway landing, and aluminum blackboard molding. Currently it is the Adult Ed Center West.
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Crockett Career / Technical Center
571 Mack48201
Carson, Benjamin High School for Science and Medicine
42.350671, -83.051634
03000846-99YesBuiltActive198019813559442071%The Crockett Career / Technical Center was built in 1980 and is currently the Ben Carson Academy.
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Custer Elementary (1920)15531 Linwood48238
Marshall, Thurgood Elementary School
42.406018, -83.127903
12010908-15YesBuiltActive1920192119269578157874%
Custer Elementary was built in 1920 as a K-8 school. Originally built for 2,080, peak attendance was 2,600 with a capacity of 2080, forcing the school into half day sessions. In 1999 the name was changed to Thurgood Marshall Elementary School.
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Davison Elementary (1916)2800 E Davison48212
Davison Elementary-Middle School
42.412068, -83.068993
09006401-10YesAnnexedActive19171916191719191920192599105171768%
The Davison school had several programs there were usually not offered at other schools. These included the health conservation unit, an attendance center, a guidance and placement center and the Board of Health dental clinic.
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Detroit School of Arts123 Selden48201
Detroit School of Arts
42.348671, -83.060890
No parcelYesBuiltActive2003200511129654142%The Detroit School of Arts was built in 2003 and is currently active.
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Dossin Elementary, Ernest J16650 Glendale48227
Dossin Elementary Middle School
42.382523, -83.210828
22066225.020YesBuiltActive1949195019546648938980%
In 1946 the President of the Dossin Food Products offered a plot of land as a gift to the Detroit Board of Education. The school was built in 1949 and is currently active.
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Drew Jr High, Charles9600 Wyoming48204
Drew Transition Center
42.367151, -83.157076
18015986-94YesBuiltActive1969197046500546109%
Drew Jr High was built in 1969. It is currently the Charles R. Drew Transition Center. In the rear of the school there is a 4 acre farm with six hoop houses. The farm provide the school system with various greens, veggies, and other produce which is incorporated in the school menu.
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Duffield Elementary (1923)2715 Macomb48207
Bunche Preparatory Academy
42.344295, -83.023994
11000418-43YesBuiltActive1923192492116750143%
Duffield opened in 1924 and at that time it was the largest elementary school in Detroit. The school had two auditoriums, two kindergartens, two gymnasiums, and forty-four classrooms. The capacity of the school was 2240.
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Durfee Intermediate2470 Collingwood48206
Durfee Elementary-Middle School
42.382048, -83.110775
10007460.YesBuiltActive1927192888156154035%Durfee is an intermediate school that was part of the Roosevelt Group.
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Earhart Jr High, Amelia (2010)1000 Scotten48209
Earhart Elementary-Middle School
42.316047, -83.089574
14009491-502YesBuiltActive201020115106477172%Earhart Jr High was built in 2010 to replace the older school which was built in 1961.
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East English Village Preparatory Academy
5020 Cadieux48224
East English Village Preparatory Academy
42.408050, -82.929217
21075004-8YesBuiltActive20112012414081497106%
East English Village was built to replace Finney High School. Built in 2011 it is one of the newer schools to be built by DPS. It also includes Banks-Williamson Special.
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Edison Elementary
17045 Grand River
48227
Edison Elementary School
42.398045, -83.213328
22007190.YesAnnexedActive192619211926193019529047631666%
District No. 2 Redford was annexed to the City of Detroit in 1926. It was then changed to Grandmont School, and in 1929 became Edison.
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Emerson Elementary Jr High18240 Huntington48219
Emerson Elementary-Middle School
42.423268, -83.232603
22015092-102YesBuiltActive194719491950195467158672145%
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Farwell Jr High
19955 Fenelon Street
48234
Mason Academy
42.442099, -83.054898
13009000-3YesBuiltActive1963196419705297453054%Farwell Jr High was built in 1963. It is currently the Mason Academy and it shares a parcel with the Van Zile School.
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Field Elementary (1963)1100 Sheridan48214Field, Moses
42.352484, -83.001421
17012535-54YesBuiltActive196319645229310636%
A replacement building for the old Field, the school saw an increase in enrollment after the end of World War II. The older students were bussed to Barstow and some went to the new Berry School.
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Fleming Elementary18501 Waltham48205
Fleming Early Learning
42.430210, -82.995475
21032920.YesBuiltActive1962196219895400Fleming Elementary was built in 1962. The program closed in 2010 and became Fleming Early Learning.
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Foreign Language Immersion & Cultural Studies
6501 W Outer Drive
48235
Foreign Language Immersion & Cultural Studies
42.419346, -83.191082
22014008.YesPurchasedActive197819511978198265103773971%
The former Catholic Central High School was purchased by DPS in 1978 and used for the Foreign Language Immersion & Cultural Studies.
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Gardner Elementary6528 Mansfield48228
Gardner Elementary School
42.339490, -83.201700
22056849-50YesBuiltActive1925192619509039729775%Gardner was built in 1925 after annexation from Dearborn to fill the need of the growing area.
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Golightly Career / Technical Center
900 Dickerson48215
Davis Aerospace Technical High School at Golightly
42.369908, -82.951235
21000374-9YesBuiltActive1982198234107134933%Originally the Golightly Career/Technical Center, now the Davis Aerospace Technical High School at Golightly.
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Golightly Horticulture / Floriculture Annex
7340 Inselruhe48207
Golightly CTC Agriscience
42.336740, -82.984455
15000001.YesLeasedActive1981198100The Golightly CTC Agriscience is located on Belle Isle and is a leased location which opened in 1981.
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Gompers Elementary-Middle (2011)
14450 Burt48223
Gompers Elementary-Middle School
42.392218, -83.246230
22107015.YesBuiltActive201020115106482177%Gompers (2011) was built on the site of Harding and Shurly Schools.
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Greenfield Union Elementary420 W 7 Mile48203
Greenfield Union Elementary-Middle School
42.432589, -83.107764
01007050-0YesAnnexedActive19161914191619301972200210089339144%Greenfield Union was annexed to Detroit in 1916.
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Hally Elementary2585 Grove48221
Robeson/Malcolm X Academy
42.414651, -83.127401
08010619.YesBuiltActive192719288875042256%
Hally was originally slated to close in 2011, but when Robeson/Malcom X Academy burned down the program moved into the school.
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Hampton Elementary, Emma Stark
3901 Margareta48221
Palmer Park Preparatory Academy
42.427173, -83.138785
02004021.YesBuiltActive192819291937195419631967197187111564358%
Rapid population growth in the late thirties made the need for a third addition. The fourth addition was made possible due to the partnes of the district working to secure a new addition. The Hampton program closed in 2002 and it is currently the Palmer Park Preparatory Academy.
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Harms Elementary2400 Central48209
Harms Elementary School
42.314316, -83.124908
18009682.YesBuiltActive191619179968743764%
The opening of Harms in 1917 helped relieve the overcrowding the Bennett School faced. In the early years Harms was the center for cooking classes and served the surrounding schools. The school is currently active.
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Heilmann Park ES
15510 E State Fair Ave
48205
Fisher Magnet Lower Academy
42.442248, -82.961697
21024028.002L
YesBuiltActive2001200214108852348%Originally built as Heilmann Park Elementary School in 2001, currently the Fisher Magnet Lower Accademy.
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Heilmann Park MS
15491 Maddelein Street
48205
Fisher Magnet Upper Academy
42.437260, -82.961824
21024028.002L
YesBuiltActive200120031386665275%Originally built as Heilmann Park Middle School in 2001. It is currently the Fisher Magnet Upper Accademy.
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Holmes A. L. Elementary8821 Georgia48213
Holmes, A.L. Elementary-Middle School
42.394511, -83.014395
19009933.YesAnnexedActive19161915191619211922192710081350862%
A.L. Holmes provided relief for the overcrowded schools Howe and Scripps. Children were bussed in from the other schools. In 1958 though Holmes also had a rising enrollment and the school had to get creative with the space to find room for all the children.
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Howe (2002)2600 Garland48214
Hutchinson Elementary-Middle School at Howe
42.369643, -82.982910
21037737-47YesBuiltActive200220021474548365%
Built as a replacement for old Howe school in 2002. When Hutchinson closed, it was merged with Howe and renamed Hutchinson Elementary-Middle School at Howe.
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Jacoby Special, Arnold D13210 Maine48212Jacoby
42.411321, -83.069288
09006401-10YesBuiltActive193119338300
Jacoby was built in 1931 as a school for children with learning disablilites under the supervision of the Department of Special Education. It is currently used by Davison School, located next door.
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Keidan Elementary, Harry4441 Collingwood48204
Keidan Special Education Center
42.374249, -83.128547
14003629-36YesBuiltActive196219635349226554%Keidan Elementary was built in 1962, and is now the Keidan Special Education Center.
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King High School3200 E Lafayette48207
King High School
42.343037, -83.015809
13000172-420YesBuiltActive1963196519822011511656138283%
Initially a replacement for Eastern High School, the name was changed to King in 1965 in response to student activism. Parts of the campus have since been demolished and rebuilt.
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Krolik Primary10101 E Canfield48214
Detroit Lions Academy
42.378852, -82.993566
19005040-59YesBuiltActive196219635314610572%
Originally to be relief for St.Clair School. Krolik Alternative High was supposed to close in 2003 but instead became Detroit Lions Alternative School.
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Lee Development Center9330 Shoemaker48213
Blackwell Institute
42.389188, -83.005375
19006908.YesLeasedActive1984198480839148%
Located in the former the Nativity Catholic High School, leased by DPS and opened in 1984. The Lee Trainable program closed in 1999. Now home to the Catherine C. Blackwell Institute.
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Lessenger Jr High8401 Trinity48228
Dixon Educational Learning Academy
42.354591, -83.247874
No parcelYesBuiltActive196319635391475883%Lessenger Jr High was built in 1963. In 2010 it became Dixon Educational Learning Academy and is currently active.
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Mackenzie K-12 (2012)10147 Chicago W48204
Mackenzie Elementary-Middle School
42.365226, -83.159544
18005552-4YesBuiltActive201120124106490685%Mackenzie (2012) replaced Mackenzie High School, which was located next door.
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Mann Elementary, Horace (1942)19625 Elmira48228
Mann Learning Community
42.369002, -83.234333
22092786.001YesBuiltActive19421943194619507349237977%
The original Mann School was a portable but in 1942 construction began on a one story cinderblock building. Through the years children were often bussed to other schools due to having enrollment beyond its capacity until Weatherby opened in 1957. The school is currently active.
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Marquette Elementary6145 Canyon48224
Marquette Elementary-Middle School
42.419594, -82.922713
21009395-7YesBuiltActive1949195019521956200166123379064%
Opened in 1950. A feature of the school is the Remi Balduck Park which is aprroximately 60 acres. Next to the school was an enclosed nature study area the school could use teaching. A second unit was built next to the original in 2001.
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Maybury Elementary4410 Porter48209
Maybury Elementary School
42.316573, -83.093708
14010211.YesBuiltActive19101911197110554234063%
Maybury is a small elementary school in Southwest Detroit. Due to its age and proximity to recently renovated schools Maybury has been targeted for closure, but is the only Spanish-speaking school in the area.
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McKinstry Elementary (1905)1981 McKinstry48209
Clippert Academy
42.320772, -83.098215
16009748.YesBuiltActive19051906200411062649078%
McKinstry was built in the architectural style of Elizabethan. This was preserved when the school was selected for rehabilitation in 1961. Today it is home to the Clippert Academy.
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Munger K-12 (2012)5525 Martin48210
Munger Elementary-Middle School
42.337254, -83.132747
18011125.YesBuiltActive201120124106478674%Munger was built in 2011 to replace the original school which was demolished in 2010.
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Murray Wright High, Phillip2001 W Warren48208
Douglass Academy for Young Men
42.349333, -83.083748
08008087-105YesBuiltActive19641965197551130223218%Murray Wright High was built in 1964. In 2007 it became the Douglass Academy for Young Men.
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Neinas Elementary6021 McMillan48209
Neinas Dual Language Learning Academy
42.317304, -83.107181
16015120.YesBuiltActive19161917192319489949926854%Neinas Elementary was built in 1916. It is currently active and known as Neinas Dual Language Learning Academy.
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Nichols (1910)3020 Burns48214
Nichols Elementary-Middle School
42.367085, -82.998274
17006187.YesBuiltActive19101911192010548125152%
In 1954 a remodeling program was initialed that consisted of a sound proof instrumental room and a modern art room.
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Noble Elementary Jr High, Edna Chaffee
8646 Fullerton48238
Noble Elementary-Middle School
42.381143, -83.155955
16033516-26YesBuiltActive192119211924196695103059257%
Noble had overcrowding issues due to the rapidly growing district. The Board of Education had to rent out classrooms from a nearby church and the old town hall. There was relief when the 7th and 8th grade students went to the newly opened Tappan school in 1930. Noble is currently active.
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Northern High9026 Woodward48202
Detroit International Academy for Young Women
42.382663, -83.080730
01004340.YesBuiltActive191519171971198099130345035%
Northern was built in 1915. Became the Detroit International Academy for Young Women in 2007. Second gymnasium was built later on, but demolished in 1980 when the new addition was built.
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Northwestern High (1969)
2200 West Grand Blvd
48208
Detroit Collegiate Preparatory High School at Northwestern
42.358306, -83.103065
12006109-11YesBuiltActive196919701977183554830%
The first two units were built in 1969, and the center unit was built in 1977. Became Detroit Collegiate Preparatory High School at Northwestern in 2014.
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Osborn High11600 E 7 Mile48205
Osborn High School
42.433787, -83.003572
21020928.YesBuiltActive195619571961196259189180943%Osborn High was built in 1956.
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Pasteur Elementary, Louis E19811 Stoepel48221
Pasteur Elementary School
42.438330, -83.143093
16019332.YesBuiltActive1930193119498560741468%
Pasteur was built in 1930, it was brick with stone trim buiding with a flat roof and steam heated. The school had a couple additions due to population growth and is currently active.
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Pelham Junior High, Benjamin F
2001 Martin Luther King
48208
Burton International Academy
42.339437, -83.078091
08000907-19YesBuiltActive19631963197253103854052%
Pelham was built in 1963. In 2006 it became Owen and in 2010 it became Burton International Academy and is currently active.
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Priest Elementary7840 Wagner48210
Priest Elementary-Middle School
42.336664, -83.143953
20008618.YesBuiltActive1923192419251931200292116176166%Priest was built in 1923 and had a recent addition in 2002. In 2009 the school became an elementary / middle school.
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Pulaski Elementary19725 Strasburg48205
Pulaski Elementary-Middle School
42.441302, -82.999181
21024167-78YesBuiltActive194419441947195019557295549151%
Since the school was built enrollment increased requiring the need for additions. With the third addition came a kitchen and the lunchroom began serving hot lunches. The school is currently active.
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Randolph17101 Hubbell48235
Randolph Technical High School, White, Jerry L. Center
42.417539, -83.191443
22014008.YesBuiltActive198219823466021432%
Randolph was built in 1982. It is currently a technical school named Randolph Technical High School, with the White, Jerry L. Center on the same parcel.
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Renaissance High School
6565 W Outer Drive
48235
Renaissance High School
42.418180, -83.194932
22014006.YesBuiltActive20022005111169115499%Renaissance HS is a newer school which was built in 2002 and opened three years later. It is currently active.
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Richard Elementary Junior High13840 Lappin48205
Adult Ed Center - East
42.436460, -82.982097
21021105.YesBuiltActive1929192919318700In 2009 Richard Elementary became the Adult Ed Center - East.
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Robinson, Remus (1977)13000 Essex48215
Carstens Academy of Aquatic Science at Remus
42.363663, -82.947693
21050253-67YesBuiltActive197519773978549863%
From at least 1972, Robinson was located in the former St. Martin of Tours Catholic School. A new building was constructed and opened in 1977. Carstens Elementary moved into the building, which is now called Carstens at Robinson.
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Schulze Elementary (2002)
10700 Santa Maria
48221
Schulze Academy for Technology and Arts
42.418930, -83.168273
16045430.001YesBuiltActive200220021474957477%Built in 2002 to replace an older building. It is currently the Schulze Academy for Technology and Arts.
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Spain Junior High3700 Beaubien48201
Spain Elementary-Middle School
42.351430, -83.052326
03000846-99YesBuiltActive1963196320015369344664%Spain was built in 1963 and merged with Lincoln.
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Taft Junior High19501 Berg48219
Ludington Magnet Middle School
42.434993, -83.269164
22119359-68YesBuiltActive1962196353112558652%Taft was built in 1962 and closed in 2010. It became Langston Hughes, then became Luddington Magnate in 2012.
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Thirkell Elementary, Isabell F7724 14th St48206
Thirkell Elementary-Middle School
42.366590, -83.096719
08001751.YesBuiltActive191419151921196110161955590%
The Board of Education decided a new building was needed in the growing neighborhood of Thirkell in 1913. When the school first opened however the teachers had to canvass the area in order to fill it. By 1921 the district was rapidly growing. More recently the school faced closure, but was instead put into turnaround and has since improved its test scores.
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Vernor Elementary13726 Pembroke48235
Vernor Elementary School
42.438663, -83.182541
22031643-65YesBuiltActive1946194819506842827564%
Vernor Elementary was built with glass block construction which increased natural daylight. Renamed Barbara Jordan in 2000.
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Von Steuben
12300 Linnhurst St
48205
Turning Point Academy
42.430370, -82.998972
YesBuiltActive192919301931194419506197312%
When the McKeever Housing Project was built next to the school it was necessary to rent out their community building for additional class space. Currently Turning Point School.
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Wayne Elementary, Anthony10633 Courville48224
Wayne Elementary School
42.415631, -82.956257
21065001.YesBuiltActive19281930193119498660631352%Wayne school was built in 1928.
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Webber Junior High4700 Tireman48204
Sampson-Webber Leadership Academy
42.353854, -83.118442
14001472-502YesBuiltActive19641964196652110138135%Webber was built in 1964. It is currently the Sampson-Webber Leadership Academy.
92
Western High School (1937)1500 Scotten48209
Western International High School
42.319014, -83.091883
14009512-6YesBuiltActive1937193719772011792367142460%
Western High School replaced a previous building that had burned down. After a major renovation and addition in 2011, it was renamed Western International High School. Earhart is located on the same campus.
93
Wright Academy of Arts and Science
19299 Berg48219
Wright Academy of Arts and Science
42.432296, -83.268625
22119359-68YesBuiltActive200220021473948666%The Wright Academy of Arts and Science was built in 2002 and consists of three buildings on the parcel.
94
Young, Coleman A15771 Hubbell48227
Young, Coleman A. Elementary
42.406336, -83.189629
22039946-7YesBuiltActive198219823471845163%The Coleman A. Young Elementary was built in 1982 and is currently active.
95
Atkinson Elementary, Edmund4900 E Hildale48234
42.429103, -83.054366
13008066.YesBuiltCharter192719282007
Vacant, then Charter
Charter
In the early years Atkinson was a platoon school with the program K-8. After closing in 2007 it was reopened as a charter in 2010.
96
Cleveland Jr High, Elizabeth13200 Conant48212
Frontier International Academy
42.412288, -83.058020
13024945.001YesBuiltCharter1926192719292008
Vacant, then Charter
Charter
Cleveland was a junior high school until it closed in 2008 due to low enrollment. The school later reopened as a charter academy.
97
Courtis Elementary (Stewart Appleton)
8100 W Davison48238
Andrew Young Early College Academy
42.387136, -83.150218
16005816-28YesBuiltCharter196519662009CharterCharterCourtis was built in 1965. It became the Andrew Young Early College Academy in 2009 until it closed in 2013.
98
Couzens Elementary
3550 Lodge Service Dr
48201
42.344211, -83.067034
04000661-77YesBuiltCharter1955195619712010CharterCharter
In 1956 the school opened to 1670 students. Also known as Dewey School, and from 2005-2010 was home ot the Malcolm X program. After closing it was a music school, but is now used by a charter school.
99
Doty Elementary, Duane10225 Third48202
Boykin Continuing Education Center
42.386642, -83.092512
04002780.YesBuiltCharter1908190919212010
Vacant, then Charter
CharterAfter closing in 2010, Doty was renovated and turned into a charter school.
100
Dow Elementary19900 McIntyre48219
Langston Hughes
42.437012, -83.262994
22017989.YesBuiltCharter1952195319562010CharterCharter
Dow was built in 1952 and closed in 2002. It then became Lanston Hughes which closed in 2010. Today Dow is currently a charter.
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