School Information

School Information

The strength of a local school system can be a deciding factor for families who are relocating. The schools in Novi, Northville and Farmington Hills are excellent. Here is contact and other pertinent information.

Novi Community Schools
25345 Taft Road Novi, MI 48374-2423
Phone: (248) 449-1200
Fax: (248) 449-1219
Web Site:

Mission Statement:
In partnership with parents and the community, the mission of the Novi Community School District is to ensure all students construct the knowledge and develop the skills and the attitudes necessary for a lifetime of learning and participation in a diverse, competitive and changing world.

Novi Community School District Facts:

  • Encompasses 25.5 square miles
  • Employs 410 teachers
  • Is comprised of eight schools, an Instructional Technology Center and a preschool building
  • Enrollment for the 2000-2001 school year is approximately 5,760 students

North Central Accreditation Association presently accredits seven Novi Community Schools. This means that our schools have met the standards established for membership working towards goals which improve student achievement levels; establishing resources which will support quality teaching and learning; and involving parents in school improvement goal setting. Each school also received State accreditation based on reading and mathematics MEAP scores over a three-year period.

Northville Public Schools
501 W. Main St. Northville, Michigan 48167
Phone: (248) 349-3400
Web Site:

The Northville Public School District is in an upper middle class bedroom community located in the northwest suburban area of Detroit, Michigan. Median income in 1995 was $56,142. The majority of the community (28,000) is employed in middle and upper management positions with the auto industry and subsidiaries or professional occupations. The District encompasses either all or part of eight political units in the cities of Northville and Novi, the Townships of Northville, Salem and South Lyon included in Counties of Wayne, Oakland and Washtenaw.

The Northville Public Schools provide equal opportunity for all students to develop their fullest potential. The District's commitment to effective student program development, implementation and evaluation is an ongoing means by which the students acquire insight, skills, interest and values that are necessary to function as responsible and effective citizens.

Specialized programs:

  • Extracurricular programs and activities for all students
  • Gifted Education
  • Specialized Math/Science/Technology/Services
  • Special Education services
  • North Central Accredited
  • Model Middle School Program
  • Vocational Education and Career Education Programs at the Oakland Tech Center
  • Bi-Lingual services through a consortium with Plymouth-Canton Schools
  • Computer classes and equipment
  • Advanced Placement at Northville High School

Further, students are continually recognized for achievements:

  • Student recognition through the community, Wayne County and State of Michigan, for academic and performing arts competitive awards; i.e. speaking, writing, scholarships, art, music, dance, drama, etc.
  • Students in grades 4, 5, 7, 8 and 11 continue to score well above the State average on the annual Michigan Education Assessment Tests (MEAP) in Reading, Math, Science and Writing
  • 80-85% of the high school students go on to four-year colleges
  • 78% of the instructional staff has advanced degrees of Masters or beyond

The opportunities for higher education are plentiful. Graduates of Northville High School have ready access to Schoolcraft College, Oakland Community College, Washtenaw Community College, Mercy College, Madonna University, St. Mary's College, Lawrence Technological University, Eastern Michigan University, Wayne State University, Michigan State University, and The University of Michigan, all of which are within commuting distance.