Crossroads Campus is part of the Ferndale Public Schools alternative and adult education program. Crossroads is…More located in Southfield, off of the Lodge, along Northland Drive. The alternative and adult education program services students between the age of 16 and 19. High school completion and basic adult ed classes are offered to students aged 20 or older.
The Ferndale alternative and adult education program serves 1,000 students in total and each year approximately 270 students are graduated from the program.
The director of Ferndale's alternative and adult education program is Gary Sophiea. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Center for Advance Studies and The Arts 23561 Rosewood St, Oak Park, MI48237 Center for Advanced Studies and The Arts (CASA) is a six-district consortium, pulling students from Berkley, Clawson,…More Ferndale, Lamphere, Madison and Oak Park High Schools. The students from these districts attend two 55-minute afternoon courses designed to engage students in higher levels of thinking. Advanced placement courses include two world languages, philosphy, interpretive literature and music history, among others. Fine arts courses are also available in dance, art and music. Center director is William James who can be reached at email@example.com
Taft Education Center 427 Allen St, Ferndale, MI48220 Taft Education Center is part of the Ferndale school district. The center is geared toward adult and alternative…More education. An alternative student must be 16 to 19 years of age to enroll. For students over 20 years old, a high school completion program is offered. The education center also has English as a second language education and literacy skills. The Ferndale school district promotes diversity and responsibility through out their schools.