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V indicates that the school offers care for younger children before and/or after normal school hours. Enrollment figures from the 2015-2016 school year. Tuition figures for 2016-2017. Many private schools also offer preschool programs; see listings under Child Care & Preschool Programs.

Ann Arbor Academy

1153 Oak Valley [map]
(734) 747-6641

70 students in grades 4-13 (13th year bridge program to college or work). Meredith Schindler, director. For students with divergent learning styles, learning disabilities, dyslexia, Asperger's, high-functioning autism, and AD/HD. Multisensory techniques. Summer program. $17,250/yr. office@annarboracademy.org, annarboracademy.org 40, D5


Ann Arbor Adventist Elementary School

2796 Packard [map]
(734) 971-5570

18 students in grades 1-8. Sally Smith, principal. Bible-based Christian education and outreach programs. $2,500-3,500 (depends on church affiliation); sibling discounts. aasdacontact@aol.com, annarbor22.adventistschoolconnect.org 41, F7


Ann Arbor Christian School

5500 Whitmore Lake [map]
(734) 741-4948

170 students in grades pre K-8. Wayne Sit, head of school. Interdenominational; integrates Christian faith with learning. Pre-K fees vary; $4,7250 kindergarten; $8,467 grades 1-5; $9,236 grades 6-8; sibling discounts and tuition assistance available. office@annarborchristian.org, annarborchristian.org 42, D1


Ann Arbor Hills Child Development Center

2775 Bedford [map]
(734) 971-3080

Programs for parents and toddlers, preschoolers, jr. kindergarten, kindergarten, and grades 1 & 2. Ramelle Alexander & Beth Randall co-directors. Individualized programs at every level with emphasis at elementary level on literacy, math, and core subjects. info@aahcdc.com, aahcdc.com 43, F6


Christian Montessori School of Ann Arbor

5225 Jackson [map]
(734) 332-9600

65 students in pre-K-3. Laura Bengel, head of school. Full Spanish, art, gym, and music programs in a Christian environment. Montessori-certified teachers. Full day $11,425. Half-day preschool $7,820; contact for toddler rates. Morning care $50/week with requested yearlong commitment; extended day until 5:30 p.m., $65/week with yearlong commitment; $360/mo. for morning & extended day together. cmsaa.org 44, A4


Clonlara School

1289 Jewett [map]
(734) 769-4511

K-12 programs "recognize each learner's curiosity, strengths, interests and talents as the foundation of his or her educational experience." Chandra Montgomery Nicol, executive director. Home Based Education Program (680 enrolled), and Campus Program (40 enrolled, student-teacher ratio 1:8). See website for tuition. info@clonlara.org, clonlara.org 45, E6


Daycroft Montessori Elementary School

1095 N. Zeeb [map]
(734) 662-3335

126 students in grades K-6. Seth Kopald, Head of School. $13,580 kindergarten; $15,180 grades 1-8. Hours 8:15 a.m.-3:30 p.m., two teachers per classroom, Enrichment classes after school; summer camps. admissions@daycroft.org, daycroft.org V, 46, A3


Emerson School

5425 Scio Church [map]
(734) 665-5662

388 students in grades K-8. John Huber, head of school. Programs for gifted and academically talented students in science, world languages, art, music, physical education, computers, and library. New STEAM Arts & Innovation Center. Kindergarten $15,760, grades 1-5 $18,850; grades 6-8 $20,500. Summer camps. admissions@emerson-school.org, emerson-school.org V, 47, A7


Father Gabriel Richard Regional Catholic High School

4333 Whitehall [map]
(734) 662-0496

560 students in grades 9-12. San Juanita Garcia-Herrera, interim principal. College Prep. $9,785.00 fgoffice@fgrhsaa.org, fgrhsaa.org 48, H2


Go Like the Wind Montessori School

3540 Dixboro Ln. [map]
(734) 747-7422

Grades K-9. James Basel, principal. Montessori education with interdenominational Christian classrooms. Montessori-certified teachers. $12,940 grades K-6; $13,770 grades 7-9. Financial assistance for qualified students. Summer program, enrichment classes on 40 acre campus with nature trails. info@golikethewind.com, golikethewind.com V, TT, 49, I2


Greenhills School

850 Greenhills [map]
(734) 769-4010

565 students in grades 6-12. Carl Pelofsky, head of school. College prep. 2016-17 tuition is $21,950 for middle school students and $22,450 for upper school students. admission@greenhillsschool.org, greenhillsschool.org. 50, H4


Hebrew Day School of Ann Arbor

2937 Birch Hollow [map]
(734) 971-4633

60 students in grades K-5. Jennifer Rosenberg, head of school. Multi-age classrooms in grades 1-2 and 3-4. General studies and Hebrew immersion/Judaic studies program. $14,365 kindergarten; $15,365 grades 1-5. office@hdsaa.org, hdsaa.org V, 51, E7


Life Learning Community

806 Airport Blvd. [map]
(734) 545-7000

35 students in grades K-12. Christian blended learning. $7,950/year. info@lifelc.org, lifelearningcommunity.org 52


Little Lake Learning Community

3257 Lohr [map]
(734) 323-4522

Grades K-12. Democratic education community in which children participate as equal members. littlelakefs@gmail.com, littlelakeschool.org 53, D7


Michigan Islamic Academy

2301 Plymouth [map]
(734) 665-8882

210 students in grades pre-K-12. Fayzeh Madani, principal. Montessori preschool and kindergarten. Full-time Islamic school. $5,950 pre-K and K; $5,300 grades 1-12; sibling discounts. mia-aa.org 54, F3


The Rudolf Steiner High School of Ann Arbor

2230 Pontiac Tr. [map]
(734) 669-9394

120 students in grades 9-12. Dr. Sian Owen-Cruise, high school coordinator. Waldorf education. $18,180. hsofficemanager@steinerschool.org, steinerschool.org 55, E3


The Rudolf Steiner School of Ann Arbor-Lower School

2775 Newport [map]
(734) 995-4141

320 students in grades pre-K-8. Peggy Wilson, lower school coordinator. Waldorf education. Offers Pre-K or Kindergarten 3, 4 or 5 mornings/week or full days. Grades 1-8 tuition: $14,650. info@steinerschool.org, steinerschool.org V, 56, C2


St. Francis of Assisi Catholic School

2270 E. Stadium [map]
(734) 821-2200

405 students (preschool-grade 8). Julie Fantone Pritzel, principal. Parishioners's tuition: $5,050 full-day kindergarten; $2,700 half-day kindergarten; $5,200 grades 1-8 (one student). Out-of-parish tuition: $7,750 full-day kindergarten; $4,050 half-day kindergarten; $7,900 grades 1-8 (one student). Preschool rates vary. school@stfrancisaa.org, stfrancisa2.com/school V, 55, F6


St. Paul Lutheran Elementary School

495 Earhart [map]
(734) 665-0604

288 students in grades pre-K-8. Robert Burgess, principal. Half- and full-day kindergarten. Call for tuition; sibling discounts. Financial assistance available. eyoskovich@stpaulannarbor.org, school.stpaulannarbor.org V, 58, G5


St. Thomas the Apostle School

540 Elizabeth [map]
(734) 769-0911

250 students in preschool-grade 8. Theresa Marshall, Principal. Roman Catholic teachings, Spanish program for all grades, weekly mass. Parishioners: $5,600 K-8. Others: $7,400 K-8. Sibling discounts. Half- and full-day preschool. LSteffy@stthomasannarbor.org, sta2.org/school/V, 59, D4


Spiritus Sanctus Academy

4101 E. Joy [map]
(734) 996-3855

175 students in grades pre-K-8. Sr. John Dominic O.P., principal. Roman Catholic teachings; full academic program. $6,472; sibling discounts. info@spiritussanctus.org, spiritussanctus.org 58, H1


Summers-Knoll School

2203 Platt [map]
(734) 971-7991

90 children in grades K-8. Walter Landberg, head of school. Small class size, multi-age classrooms for bright, gifted, and creative children. Programs during vacation breaks, including summer camp. Tuition: $15,800 kindergarten; $17,800 grades 1-4; $19,500 grades 5-8. Need-based financial aid available. info@summers-knoll.org, summers-knoll.org V, 61, F6


Veritas Christi Catholic High School


(269) 744-6138 or (734) 645-1643

Grades 7-12. Charles (Chip) Clearwater, principal. Roman Catholic high school for students with special needs. veritaschristi.com 62, E7



Kindergarten and preschool with individualized curriculum and small class sizes
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