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Grades 6-8. Enrollment figures are from the 2018-2019 school year.


A2 Virtual+ Academy


(734) 997-1208

Cindy Leaman, principal. Online classes taught by AAPS instructors in partnership with Michigan Virtual. Enrollment for the school year opens in mid-August. Students usually take one or two online classes in addition to face-to-face classes, but there is the option for all online courses. Free to any Michigan public school student. a2virtual@aaps.k12.mi.us, a2virtual.org


Clague

2616 Nixon [map]
(734) 994-1976

671 students. Che' Carter, principal. Jen Daddow, assistant principal. clague.a2schools.org 22, F2


Forsythe

1655 Newport [map]
(734) 994-1985

687 students. Angela Newing, principal. Kristin Crowe, assistant principal. forsythe.a2schools.org 23, C3


Scarlett

3300 Lorraine [map]
(734) 997-1220

626 students. Gerald Vazquez, principal; Jaye Peterson, assistant principal. scarlett.a2schools.org 24, G8


Slauson

1019 W. Washington [map]
(734) 994-2004

719 students. Lisa Anglin, principal. Brandon Szwejkowski, assistant principal. slauson.a2schools.org 25, C5


Tappan

2251 E. Stadium [map]
(734) 994-2011

770 students. Roberta Hayward, principal. Chris Roberts, assistant principal. tappan.a2schools.org 26, F6




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