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Aim High School

www.aimhighschool.com

Private School - Non Profit

29230 W. 12 Mile Road
Farmington Hills, MI 48334

248-702-6922
Fax: 248-702-6938

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Eye Level of Farmington Hills

http://www.eyelevelfarmington.com/

Eye Level Learning Centers provide supplemental English and math programs with high-quality curricula proven to be effective over the past 38 years. Eye Level programs meet each student's needs by offering a cusomized learning solution that is tailored to a student's individual learning style and academic level. One-on-one coaching of new topics, problem solving, online practice (math only), and reinforcement with supplemental materials help students master concepts. An emphasis on self-directed learning helps students improve their concentration and build good study habits.

 

Eye Level Math enables students to cultivate mathematical thinking and master concepts by improving basic arithmetic and problem-solving skills. Our Basic Thinking Math helps students to understand the foundation of mathematics - numbers, arithmetic, measurement as an application of arithmetic, equations, relationships & functions, probability & statistics, and variables & equations. Our Critical Thinking Math cultivates problem-solving skills in patterns & relationships, spatial sense, problem solving, measurement, reasoning, and geometry.

 

Eye Level English takes students from foundational reading and writing skills to more complex concepts that enhance critical thinking and written communication. We use an integrated approach to English Language Arts including print concepts, phonological awareness, phonics, fluency, grammar, spelling, vocabulary, and comprehension. The writing component develops writing skills in various genres and applies the process of essay composition. 

 

35562 Grand River Ave
Farmington Hills, MI 48335

248-522-6789

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Farmington Public Schools

www.farmington.k12.mi.us

Public School System

32500 Shiawassee
Farmington, MI 48336

248-489-3349
Fax: 248-489-3314

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Goldfish Swim School

www.goldfishswimschool.com

22710 Haggerty Road, Ste. 200
Farmington Hills, MI 48335

248-596-1914

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Farmington Hills Kumon Math & Reading Center

www.kumon.com

We are  year-round after-school program.  Our unique learning approach can help strengthen your child's skills and study habits with only about 15 to 20 minutes of daily practice.

27622 Middlebelt Road
Farmington Hills, MI 48334

248-427-0772

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Livonia Montessori School

www.livoniamontessori.org

31840 W. Seven Mile Rd.
Livonia, MI 48152

248-474-4764
Fax: 248-474-7969

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Michigan School of Professional Psychology

www.mispp.edu

The Michigan School of Professional Psychology (MiSPP)  is an independent not -for-profit graduate school with educational programs in psychology.

26811 Orchard Lake Road
Farmington Hills, MI 48334-4512

248-476-1122 ext 117
Fax: 248-476-1125

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Oakland Community College

www.oaklandcc.edu

Community College

27055 Orchard Lake Road
Farmington Hills, MI 48334

248-522-2051
Fax: 248-522-3903

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Oakland Early College

www.oaklandearlycollege.org

 

 

Oakland Early College (OEC) is a “hybrid” school that blends high school with college. Students at OEC attend school on Oakland Community College’s Orchard Ridge campus, and engage in an exciting college-preparatory curriculum taught by teachers from the award-winning West Bloomfield School District. Dual enrollment is a central component of every student’s educational experience, with students participating in an integrated sequence of high school and college courses. OEC students graduate with their high school diplomas and 30 or more college credits towards their undergraduate degree. Many will earn an Associate Degree from Oakland Community College. OEC is a public early college high school. There is no cost to students or their families for attending Oakland Early College. Tuition, most fees, and most textbook costs are paid for by the school. 

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    *100% of OEC students are dual enrolled, with access to all five Oakland Community College campuses.

    *The average high school class size at OEC is 24 students.

    *95% of OEC graduates go on to a four year college with many of their General Education credits completed.

    *OEC students have full access to Oakland Community College’s wide range of student support mechanisms and activities.

    *OEC graduates save an average of $43,000 in tuition, books, and fees.

    *Oakland County residents in 10th - 12th grades may apply.

  • 27055 Orchard Lake Road
    Farmington Hills, MI 48334

    248-522-3540
    Fax: 248-471-9543

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    Steppingstone School for Gifted Education

    www.steppingstoneschool.org

    Steppingstone School, a Young-K through Gr-8 Independent day school for gifted students will celebrate it's 35th Anniversary Year in the fall. Located on Grand River near Middlebelt, it boasts a "Small but Mighty" Student Body and Curriculum! Rapid learning at about three times the average pace makes it possible for instruction to be provided at the challenge level for students, regardless of age or grade.  In addition, it is the home of the SMART Ctr, an adjunct program for Electron Spin Resonance Laboratory Research for Middle School gifted, High School, and Undergraduate students.

    30250 Grand River Avenue
    Farmington Hills, MI 48336

    248-957-8200
    Fax: 248-957-8203

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    Walsh College

    www.walshcollege.edu

    Walsh College, one of Michigan's largest business schools, combines academic rigor with real-world relevance to deliver an educational experience that can be put to work immediately.  It is an all-business, private, not for profit, independent college accredited by two major organizations.

    Walsh offers upper-division undergraduate and graduate education and grants bachelor's and master's degrees.  It also offers graduate-level certificates.  

    The Walsh faculty is credentialed, highly respected, and professionally experienced.  Our faculty holds more than 70 different business, technology, and educational certificates or designations.  An administrative staff focuses on student needs and provides professional and personalized service.

    More than 4,000 students attend Walsh, 91 percent attending part-time at campuses in Novi, Troy, Clinton Township, and Port Huron.  More than 26,000 individuals are Walsh alumni with more than 86 percent living in Michigan.

    41500 Gardenbrook Road
    Novi, MI 48375

    248-689-8282

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