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Grades K-5 unless indicated. Enrollment figures from the 2018-2019 school year. For school boundaries, see the AAPS map. For the Ann Arbor Public Schools Westerman Preschool and Family Center, see listing in the Child Care and Preschool Programs section.

Most schools host before- and after-school care through Rec & Ed's School Age Child Care program (734-994-2300, aareced.com). Childcare is offered for Burns Park and Lawton Elementary through Community Day Care (734-761-7101) and for King Elementary through KingCare (734-994-4485).

Principal assignments are current as of June 2019. Alternative or open programs operate at Ann Arbor Open School, A2STEAM @ Northside, Community High School, and the Pathways to Success Academic Campus. Contact the schools for information on eligibility and admissions.


Abbot

2670 Sequoia [map]
(734) 994-1901

301 students. Pam Sica, principal. abbot.a2schools.org 1, B4


Allen

2560 Towner [map]
(734) 997-1210

414 students. allen.a2schools.org 2, F7.


Angell

1608 S. University [map]
(734) 994-1907

351 students. Gary Court, principal. angell.a2schools.org 3, E5


Ann Arbor Open School

920 Miller [map]
(734) 994-1910

358 students in grades K-8. Karen Siegel, principal. Chris Curtis, assistant principal. Admission by application and lottery. Contact school for application. aaopen. a2schools.org 4, C4


Bach

600 W. Jefferson [map]
(734) 994-1949

379 students. Collette Ivey, principal. bach.a2schools.org 5, D5


Bryant

2150 Santa Rosa [map]
(734) 997-1212

295 students in grades K-2 (students attend Pattengill for grades 3-5). Jamar Humphrey, principal. bryant.a2schools.org 6, F8


Burns Park

1414 Wells [map]
(734) 994-1919

535 students. Chuck Hatt, principal Laura Wolf, assistant principal. burnspark.a2schools.org 7, E6


Carpenter

4250 Central [map]
(734) 997-1214

435 students. Michael Johnson, principal, Alison Epler, assistant principal. carpenter.a2schools.org 8, H7


Dicken

2135 Runnymede [map]
(734) 994-1928

317 students. Michael Madison, principal. dicken.a2schools.org 9, C6


Eberwhite

800 Soule [map]
(734) 994-1934

383 students. Bill Harris, principal. eberwhite.a2schools.org 10, C5


Haisley

825 Duncan [map]
(734) 994-1937

342 students. Dante Watson, principal. haisley.a2schools.org 11, C4


King

3800 Waldenwood [map]
(734) 994-1940

523 students. Mary Cooper, principal, Heather Halibu, assistant principal. king.a2schools.org 12, G4


Lakewood

344 Gralake [map]
(734) 994-1953

302 students. Edward Latour, principal. lakewood.a2schools.org 13, B5


Lawton

2250 S. Seventh [map]
(734) 994-1946

524 students. Guest principal Dottie Davis, Taneia Giles, assistant principal. lawton.a2schools.org 14, C6


Logan

2685 Traver [map]
(734) 994-1807

335 students. William Wright, principal. logan.a2schools.org 15, F2


Mitchell

3550 Pittsview [map]
(734) 997-1216

425 students. Matt Hilton, principal, Alison Epler, assistant principal. mitchell.a2schools.org 16, G8


Pattengill

2100 Crestland [map]
(734) 994-1961

276 students in grades 3-5 (K-2 students attend Bryant). Robin Kocher, principal. pattengill.a2schools.org 17, F6


Pittsfield

2543 Pittsfield [map]
(734) 997-1218

275 students. Carol Shakarian, principal. pittsfield.a2schools.org 18, G7


A2STEAM at Northside K-8

912 Barton [map]
(734) 994-1958

631 students. Megan Fenech, principal. Brooke Stidham, assistant principal. northside.a2schools.org 19, E3


Thurston

2300 Prairie [map]
(734) 994-1970

511 students. Natasha York, principal, Rose Marie Callahan, assistant principal. thurston.a2schools.org 20, G3


Wines

1701 Newport [map]
(734) 994-1973

454 students. David DeYoung, principal. wines.a2schools.org 21, C3




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