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Gill Elementary School
21195 Gill Rd, Farmington, MI 48335
Gill Elementary School educates students in grades K-4 with a mission to "inspire lifelong learning by providingMore opportunities for all learners to become responsible, healthy, creative, knowledgeable and resourceful individuals who contribute and communicate within our diverse world." The school meets Annual Yearly Progress as defined by the Federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act, and has received an "A" on its State of Michigan report card. All Gill teachers meet standards to be considered "highly qualified," as defined by NCLB. One of the school's initiatives is "A+ Expectations," which clearly defines standards for student behavior. The PTA also organizes a Mustang Mini-Marathon to encourage physical fitness, while allowing children to raise funds that benefit school programs.
Warner Upper Elementary School
30303 W 14 Mile Rd, Farmington Hills, MI 48334
Formerly a middle school, Warner Upper Elementary School now serves students in grades 5 and 6. Warner meets AnnualMore Yearly Progress standards established by the federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act, and received an "A" on its State of Michigan composite report card. Faculty, staff and the school community are committed to their mission of providing each student with "a safe, supportive and engaging environment, diverse education emphasizing excellence in achievement, and skills enabling them to become self-sufficient and respectful citizens who contribute responsibly to the world." In addition to basic curriculum classes, students receive instruction in physical education, art, music and world languages. The school operates on a trimester system. 
Forest Elementary School
34545 Old Timber Rd, Farmington Hills, MI 48331
Forest Elementary School serves approximately 300 students in grades K-4. The school community abides by its mission toMore create "a safe, caring, and fun learning environment that enables students to achieve their personal best under the guidance of an enthusiastic support team." The school meets Adequate Yearly Progress as defined by federal No Child Left Behind Act standards, and received an "A" on its State of Michigan report card. The school hosts a branch of LOC Federal Credit Union, staffed by fourth grade students, under the direction of LOC employees. The branch is open one day a week, and is available to students, parents, faculty and staff to conduct its regular credit union business. The program encourages students to learn more about financial responsibility. 
Beechview Elementary School
26840 Westmeath Ct, Farmington Hills, MI 48334
Beechview Elementary School, a K-4 building, serves more than 400 students in grades K-4. The school consistently meetsMore Annual Yearly Progress standards established by the federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act, and has earned an "A" on its State of Michigan report card. All teachers have met the requirements to be rated "highly qualified" as defined by NCLB. Beechview is committed as a school to its mission of providing "a safe environment where all students feel valued, set and achieve goals, grow in their love of learning and discover and develop their unique abilities as citizens in a changing world." The school has a vibrant and successful "Newcomer" program, with three classrooms that bring together English-speaking students with those who are newly arrived from other countries. 
Kenbrook Elementary School
32130 Bonnet Hill Rd, Farmington Hills, MI 48334
Kenbrook Elementary, serving students in grades kindergarten through fourth grade, was named a Michigan Department ofMore Education Blue Ribbon School in 2008-2009. The school meets the standard for Annual Yearly Progress established by the federal No Child Left Behind Act and received an "A" composite grade on its State of Michigan report card. The school is part of the LOC Federal Credit Union program. A branch is open at the school one day a week, operated by fourth-grade students under the direction of an LOC Federal Credit Union employee. Students may open and manage their own savings accounts; parents, faculty and staff may transact regular business as well. 
Farmington High School
32000 Shiawassee Rd, Farmington, MI 48336
Ranked by Newsweek as among the top 20 high schools in Michigan and the top 1,000 in the U.S., Farmington HighMore School is committed to the mission of developing high-achieving students and responsible citizens. In addition to meeting annual yearly progress as defined by No Child Left Behind, Farmington High has earned an A on its State of Michigan composite report card. Founded in 1888, Farmington High is the district's oldest school, although it has not always been housed in the same building. The facility underwent extensive renovations beginning in 2008, which added a performing arts center, science and technology wings, and new athletic facilities. 
O.E. Dunckel Middle School
32800 W 12 Mile Rd, Farmington Hills, MI 48334
O.E. Dunckel Middle School's community mission is centered on providing a positive and supportive learning environmentMore for its students from grades 7 to 9. Dunckel met Adequate Yearly Progress goals as defined by the federal No Child Left Behind Act and received an "A" composite grade on its State of Michigan report card. It has established a Positive Behavior Support program to improve student behavior and enhance the school culture. Dunckel also hosts a branch of LOC Federal Credit Union one day per week, operated by students who work with an employee to open and manage savings accounts.
Power Upper Elementary School
34740 Rhonswood St, Farmington Hills, MI 48335
Formerly a middle school, Power Upper Elementary School now serves students in grades 5-6. The school meets AnnualMore Yearly Progress as defined by the federal No Child Left Behind Act and received an "A" on its State of Michigan composite report card. Power faculty, staff and community have established a mission to "provide a safe and caring environment, which allows students and staff to maximize individual growth as they make transitions in a changing world." The LOC Federal Credit Union at Power opened in 2010, operated by 6th grade students under the direction of an LOC Federal Credit Union employee. Students are able to open and manage their own personal savings accounts, and credit union services are also available to parents, faculty and staff one day per week.  
Longacre Elementary School
34850 Arundel Dr, Farmington, MI 48335

Longacre Elementary School serves students in grades K through 4. The school meets Annual Yearly Progress as definedMore by the federal No Child Left Behind Act and received an "A" on its State of Michigan composite report card.

LOC Federal Credit Union at Longacre, operated by 4th grade students under the supervision of an LOC Federal Credit Union employee, offers students the opportunity to open and manage their own savings account and is open to parents, faculty and staff for regular credit union business one day per week. 

Farmington Central High School
30415 Shiawassee St, Farmington, MI 48336

Farmington Central High School provides an opportunity for students ages 16-19 to complete their secondary educationMore 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. 

J.A. Lanigan Elementary School
23800 Tuck Rd, Farmington Hills, MI 48336
J.A. Lanigan Elementary strives to maintain an atmosphere of honesty, responsibility, respect and caring throughMore commitment to The Lanigan Way. The school receives $200,000 annually in Title I federal funds, distributed based on rates of poverty within the community. Lanigan has earned an "A" grade on the annual State of Michigan Report Card and currently meets Annual Yearly Progress standards set by the federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act. Every Lanigan teacher meets the "highly qualified" standard established by NCLB. Lanigan offers an after-school basketball program for 4th graders. More than 200 parents are involved in the Lanigan PTA.
Hillside Elementary School
36801 W 11 Mile Rd, Farmington Hills, MI 48335
Serving students in grades K-4, Hillside Elementary was awarded the "Evergreen School" Oakland Schools award inMore 2009-2010 for its attention to recycling and other "green" activities. The school meets Annual Yearly Progress as defined by the federal No Child Left Behind Act and received an "A" composite grade on its State of Michigan report card. LOC Federal Credit Union at Hillside, managed by 4th graders under the direction of an LOC Federal Credit Union employee, offers students the opportunity to open and manage a savings account.
Harrison High School
29995 W 12 Mile Rd, Farmington Hills, MI 48334

Celebrating its 40th year in 2010, Harrison High School serves students in grades 9 - 12 on the east side of theMore district. The school faculty has established a mission of working with students, parents and the community to "provide a comprehensive curriculum, including extra-curricular activities, which will permit students to achieve their potential to become responsible and productive citizens in a rapidly changing world."

The school has met Annual Yearly Progress as defined by the federal No Child Left Behind Act, and received a "B" composite grade on its State of Michigan report card. Known for its powerhouse sports programs, the school has established an academic hall of fame. Students also excel in performing arts, and Harrison has active music, theater and dance programs. High schools within the district have been closed to intra-district open enrollment since 2004. 

North Farmington High School
32900 W 13 Mile Rd, Farmington Hills, MI 48334

Named one of Newsweek magazine's best high schools in America for seven years running, North Farmington HighMore 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.