Farmington Central High School provides an opportunity for students ages 16-19 to complete their secondary education…More in an alternative setting. Students receive personalized attention to meet their educational goals, from faculty rated as "highly qualified" as defined by the federal No Child Left Behind Act.
Eighty-three percent of FCHS graduates are enrolled in community colleges. The school maintains a collaborative relationship with Farmington Community Schools' Early Childhood program. Service learning is emphasized throughout the school year. The school has an active Parent Teacher Student Association, and was the first high school in the district to establish a PTSA.
Named one of Newsweek magazine's best high schools in America for seven years running, North Farmington High…More School serves students in grades 9-12 on the northwest/north central side of the district. Founded in 1961, the school is celebrating its Golden Anniversary in 2011. The school meets Annual Yearly Progress standards established by the federal No Child Left Behind program and received an "A" composite grade on its State of Michigan report card. North students excel academically, and Raiders sports teams are often seen in championship-level competition. In addition, the school has a strong performing arts program and a television studio from which students broadcast original programming.
In March of 2011, the school building was named The Richard B. Jones Academic Center.