Livonia Education

Livonia has two school districts. Livonia Public Schools and Clarenceville school district. The Clarenceville school district only serves part of Livonia. Livonia Public Schools is the main system that most residents use or are a part of. The school system consists of two preschools, eighteen elementary schools in which most are for K-4 grades and the others are only 5th and 6th grades. There are three middle schools and also three high schools. There is also a career center that has specialized courses for juniors and seniors in high school.

originally published on http://www.ci.livonia.mi.us/UsefulLinks/EducationPortal.aspx
originally published on http://www.ci.livonia.mi.us/UsefulLinks/EducationPortal.aspx

 

Livonia is also home to multiple Colleges and Universities. Schoolcraft College is one of the largest community colleges in Michigan, and it not only serves Livonia but also numerous surrounding cities and townships. Schoolcraft allows students to study from home while preparing them for their last two years at another College or University. Very Recently Schoolcraft has worked with Wayne State University to allow students to get a four year degree from Wayne State at the Livonia Schoolcraft campus. Madonna University is also located in Livonia. It is an independent Catholic liberal arts University (City of Livonia). Livonia also has many small campus sites for other Universities. Some of these are Eastern Michigan University, Davenport University, and Central Michigan University.

originally published on http://www.schoolcraft.edu/
originally published on http://www.schoolcraft.edu/

 

Madonna University originally published on http://hcap.artstor.org/cgi-bin/library?a=d&d=i357.1
Madonna University
originally published on http://hcap.artstor.org/cgi-bin/library?a=d&d=i357.1

 

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