Please visit the building the child will be attending to pick up the discipline report form as well as the enrollment packet. If you'd like to download the form and print it, please click here. Please understand that this form MUST be completed by your child's previous school(s) before you can pick up the entire enrollment packet.
We are excited that you are considering enrolling your student in the Harper Woods Public School District. The information on this page will help you better understand the process. If you prefer, you can call us or email us at Enroll@hwschools.org. The School of Choice Enrollment window is open and the final date for enrollment is on: Sept 30, 2022
Our Enrollment Office is located at:19851 Anita Harper Woods, MI 48225 Phone Number: 313-220-6177 Enrollment Number 586-343-1831 Enrollment Fax
Blended learning platforms & Student Requirement
The Harper Woods School District has implemented a system where teachers are able to connect to technology and personalized learning to a strong and focused lesson design. The District has created personalized learning environment through the following academic methods:
Under Section 5-O-D office of MDE the Harper Woods School District will allow students to enroll in up to two virtual courses during an academic term, semester, or trimester. A pupil may enroll in more than two virtual courses if:
- The district has determined that it is in the best interest of the pupil
- The pupil agrees with the recommendation of the districts
- Embedded instructional designs
- The district, in collaboration with the pupil, has developed an education development plan, in a form and manner specified by the Department, which is kept on file by the district
The mission Career and Technical Education is to prepare students so they have the necessary academic, technical, and work behavior skills to enter, compete, and advance in education and their careers. These programs also provide students the opportunity to:
Dual enrollment is the act of being enrolled in two different academic institutions at once. For high school students, this typically means being enrolled simultaneously in their local high school and a nearby college institution. The most significant benefit of dual enrollment is that students can take steps toward earning their high school diploma and their college diploma at the same time.