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Adult Learners Institute

PO Box 134, Chelsea 48118

(734) 2925540

Offers remote and in-person noncredit classes to adults during fall and winter/spring semesters. $10 administration fee per semester. Course fees $15–$30 depending on number of sessions. Financial assistance available.,

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Chelsea Community Education

500 Washington (administrative office), Chelsea

(734) 4332208, ext. 6300

Youth and adult enrichment classes and sports. Youth team sports include flag football, basketball, baseball, softball, and soccer. Youth summer camps include full-day and minicamps. Adult classes include meditation, music, exercise, art, crochet, and informational classes. Adult team sports include basketball, volleyball, and softball.

Education> Public Schools

Chelsea Public Schools

Career and Technical Education, 1300 Campus Pkwy., Saline. Kara Stemmer, (734) 401–4476. The South and West Washtenaw Consortium provides career and technical instruction and arranges cooperative education, internships, and work experience for high school students.

Chelsea School District, 500 Washington (Washington Street Education Center). (734) 433–2208. Enrollment (2022–2023): 2,278. Superintendent Michael Kapolka.

The school board meets 2nd and 4th Mon. 6:30 p.m., location varies. Elections held annually on the day after the 1st Mon. in Nov. Trustees serve 6-year terms. Eric Wilkinson (president), Jason Eyester (vice president), Kate Henson (secretary), Scott Moore (treasurer), Laura Bush, Michelle Craig, and Glenn Fox (trustees).

Chelsea Education Foundation, PO Box 281, Chelsea 48118. Raises money for college scholarships and grants to schools, community organizations, and local education programs.

North Creek Elementary School, 699 McKinley. (734) 433–2203. Grades K–2. Casey Wescott, principal.

South Meadows Elementary School, 335 Pierce. (734) 433–2205. Grades 3–5. Stacie Battaglia, principal.

Beach Middle School, 445 Mayer. (734) 433–2202. Grades 6–8. Matt Ceo, principal.

Chelsea High School, 740 N. Freer. (734) 433–2201. Grades 9–12. Nicholas Angel III, principal.

Special Education. Director Lisa Nickel, (734) 433–2208, ext. 6083. Early intervention and prevention services, classrooms for children ages 3–5 who meet eligibility criteria. County and local teacher consultants, resource rooms, speech and language services, occupational and physical therapists, school psychologists and social workers, and administrative support. Countywide programs for elementary and secondary students with emotional or behavioral challenges, autism, hearing impairments, or severe cognitive or multiple impairments.,