Livonia Public Schools
Livonia Public Schools earned its reputation, through the decades, as a top school district in the state, with a tradition of excellence and a 21st Century focus. Take a look around, and you’ll see $195 million in bond issue improvements, 100% highly qualified teachers, award-winning athletics, AdvancEd district accreditation at the highest level and a multitude of specialized programs to meet every student’s needs. Program offerings include Niji-Iro Japanese Immersion Elementary School, high school International Baccalaureate diploma program, career technical programs, special education programs through age 26, Creative and Performing Arts (CAPA), Global Education, Young Fives, preschool and before- and after-school child care, to name just a few. Discover more at www.livoniapublicschools.org.
Clarenceville School District
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). Our students are serviced by 125 certified teaching, counseling, special services, and administrative staff and are supported by approximately 50 more secretarial, food service, maintenance, and part-time aides. The Clarenceville School District is proud to be NCA/AdvanceED District Accredited since 2012. For more information on the district, visit www.clarenceville.k12.mi.us.
Fifteen percent of Livonia's youth takes advantage of the local private schools. Private schools include Galilean Baptist School, St Paul Lutheran School, St Genevieve School, St Michael's Elementary School, St Edith School, Ladywood High School, Livonia Montessori, Peace Lutheran School, Brookfield Academy, American Montessori Academy, and Brightmont Academy. Livonia is also home to The Montessori Center of Our Lady, founded in 1976 by the Felician Sisters.