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Charter schools receive public education funds but operate independently of the local school system. Enrollment figures from the 2019-2020 school year.



Ann Arbor Learning Community

4377 Textile, Ypsilanti [map]
(734) 477-0340

212 students in grades K-12. Teresa Woods, school leader. Small multi-age classes. Core curriculum with art, music & physical education for all students K-8. Strong reading achievement. Blended learning for grades 9-12. aalcoffice@gmail.com, annarborlearningcommunity.org 33, E8


Central Academy

2459 S. Industrial [map]
(734) 822-1100

660 students in grades pre-K-12. Dr. Luay Shalabi, principal. Standard public school curriculum plus character education. Multicultural school; Arabic taught as a second language. shalabil@gee-edu.com, centralacademy.net 34, E7


Honey Creek Community School

1735 S. Wagner [map]
(734) 994-2636

250 students in grades K-8. Al Waters, director. Rigorous curriculum integrates thought and experience; centers on themes, complex projects, and service learning in a multi-age setting. Summer camp programs. honeycreekschool.org EC, BA, 35, B6


Multicultural Academy

5550 Platt [map]
(734) 677-0732

203 students in grades pre-K-8. Dr. Naji Shalabi, principal. Multi-age classes. Focus on Common Core, language studies, including Arabic. Free busing available. mainfo@macademyk8.com, macademyk8.com 36, G8


Washtenaw Technical Middle College

4800 E. Huron River, Washtenaw Community College [map]
(734) 973-3410

720 students in grades 9-12. Karl Covert, dean. Students earn a high school diploma and an associate's degree or a technical certificate in a career area. wtmc@wccnet.edu, themiddlecollege.org 37, H6




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