7265 N. Ann Arbor St. (Liberty School), Saline. (734) 401–4000. Enrollment (2022–2023): 4,950. Superintendent: Dr. Stephen Laatsch, laatschs@salineschools.org, (734) 401–4001. salineschools.org

School board meets 2nd & 4th Tues. 6:30 p.m. (except July, Aug., & Dec.) at the Liberty School. Trustees serve 4-year terms. Michael McVey (president), Jennifer Steben (vice president), Jenny Miller (secretary), Brad Gerbe (treasurer), Tim Austin, Susan Estep, and Lauren Gold (trustees). 

Foundation for Saline Area Schools, PO Box 5, Saline 48176. (734) 401–4085. Established in 1987, this nonprofit volunteer organization provides private funding to support academic projects, enrichment programs, and other activities that benefit Saline students and contribute to the educational excellence of Saline Area Schools. Makes individual teaching, building, district, partnership, and student-led grants throughout the district. Grants serve as seed money for educational initiatives not funded by the general budget. stacey@supportfsas.org, supportfsas.org

Harvest Elementary School, 1155 Campus Pkwy. (734) 401–4500. Grades K–3. Emily Sickler, principal.

Pleasant Ridge Elementary School, 229 Pleasant Ridge Dr. (734) 401–4800. Grades K–3. Kenyatta Hughes, principal.

Woodland Meadows School, 350 Woodland Dr. E. (734) 401–4900. Grades K–3. Laura Washington, principal.

Heritage School, 290 Woodland Dr. E. (734) 401–4100. Grades 4 & 5. Megan DeGrand, principal.

Saline Middle School, 7190 N. Maple. (734) 401–4600. Grades 6–8. Michelle Szczechowicz, principal.

Saline High School, 1300 Campus Pkwy. (734) 401–4200. Grades 9–12. Theresa Stager, principal.

Saline Alternative High School, 7265 Saline–Ann Arbor Rd. (734) 401–4040. Grades 9–12. Carol Melcher, principal. Individual education plans and counseling for students not succeeding in the traditional school system. salineschools.org/schools/saline-alternative-high-school 

Special Education. Interim director Kevin Musson, (734) 401–4006. Early intervention services, early childhood special education classroom for children ages 2½–5, county and local teacher consultants, resource rooms, speech and language services, occupational and physical therapists, and school psychologists and social workers. Students Talking and Relating (STAR) program (grades K–3) enhances communication skills of students with disabilities while educating all students about disabilities and diversity. Young adult program teaches functional academics to promote healthy, fulfilling, independent adult lives. Countywide programs for elementary and secondary students with speech, language, cognitive, emotional, or hearing impairments, traumatic brain injury, or Autism Spectrum Disorder. salineschools.org/departments/teaching-and-learning/special-education

Early On Program, 7265 N. Ann Arbor St. (Liberty School). Free developmental evaluations for infants–age 3. Helps families find social, health, and educational services to promote the development of infants and toddlers. salineschools.org/departments/teaching-and-learning/special-education/early-childhood-programs 

Career and Technical Education, 1300 Campus Pkwy. Kara Stemmer, (734) 401–4371. The South and West Washtenaw Consortium provides career and technical instruction and arranges cooperative education, internships, and work experience for grades 11 and 12. salineschools.org/schools/high-school-9-12/swwc