Livonia Chamber of Commerce - Education K-12

Education K-12

High-quality learning opportunities & programs

Livonia Public Schools is a lighthouse district with a tradition of excellence. Enrolling approximately 16,250 students, Livonia Public Schools operates high schools (grades 9-12), middle schools (grades 7-8), upper elementary schools (grades 5-6), elementary schools (K-4) and one K-6 school for special programs. For more information on Livonia Public Schools, visit

In the northeast corner of Livonia students attend a small district with a big heart: Clarenceville School District is one of the first school districts established in the state of Michigan and is a member of Oakland County Schools. The district enrolls 1,900 students. Clarenceville School District offers one high school (grades 9-12), one middle school (grades 6-8) and two elementary schools (grades K-5). For more information on the Clarenceville School District, visit

Fifteen percent of Livonia's youth takes advantage of the local private schools. Private schools include Galilean Baptist School, Saint Paul Lutheran School, Saint Genevieve School, Saint Michael's Elementary School, Saint Edith School, Ladywood High School, Livonia Montessori, Peace Lutheran School, Brookfield Academy and Brightmont Academy. Livonia is also home to The Montessori Center of Our Lady, founded in 1976 by the Felician Sisters.