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Central High School closed October 5, 2016Due to a power outage, Central High School will be closed Wednesday, October 5, 2016.
Brenda Scott Academy Second Round Water TestingTo view the second round of water testing at Brenda Scott Academy, click here.
EAA Water Test ResultsClick the school name below to read the full test results: Southeastern High School Pershing High School Nolan Elementary Middle School Marion Law Academy Denby High School Brenda Scott Academy Phoenix Multicultural Academy Mumford High School and Mumford Academy Henry Ford High School Central High School Burns Elementary Middle School Bethune Elementary Middle School
Brenda Scott celebrates 35 Days of WinterDetroit Piston’s mascot, Hooper, paid a special visit to the students of Brenda Scott Academy to celebrate the school winning the 35 Days of Winter attendance campaign! BSA had the highest attendance rate of all K-8 schools. Congrats to the students, staff and families for their accomplishment! Below are photos from the celebration:
Community and school unite to fix up NolanThanks to the Michigan Muslim Community Council, the Jewish Community Relations Council and the Nolan community for teaming up March 20 to take on various projects throughout the school. Together, the more than 100 volunteers painted a mural, organized the school library, fixed broken toilet seats and hung inspirational quotes along the walls of the
Veterans group kicks off partnership with EAA schoolNearly 60 military veteran volunteers from Mission Continues Detroit Platoon rallied November 11 at Central Collegiate Academy to improve the school’s softball field. The project was the official launch of a relationship between the veterans organization and the Education Achievement Authority of Michigan (EAA) high school that will bring several community service projects to Central
Central runner-up in city football championshipOn October 23, Central Collegiate Academy won runner up in the 2015 Detroit Public School League Division II football tournament. The trailblazers were 6-3 on the season. On October 17, the Trailblazers squared off with another EAA school Henry Ford High School. Central defeated the Trojans 24-20 to move onto the final game at Ford Field
Brenda Scott Principal Chapman lauded in news articleBrenda Scott Academy Principal Pamela Chapman appeared in a recent news article on the website The 74. In the article, which was posted October 27, the writer highlights how being a single mom and US Army reservist shaped her ability to lead authentically as a school principal. The article is one in a three-part series
Denby’s Ocean of Sound performs downtownDenby High School’s Ocean of Sound Marching Band performed in Campus Martius Park October 14 as part of the U of M and MSU game rally. The Denby band, whose school colors are gold and blue, performed alongside Cass Tech, whose team colors are green and white. After both bands performed, alumni from both schools