Our Mission Statement

Royal Oak Schools will create a world-class system for learning by building active partnerships among students, educators, families, and community to prepare all students to participate in an ever-changing world as responsible lifelong learners. Learn more about Royal Oak Schools.

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PBS NewsHour Names ROHS Jr. 2017 Student Reporting Labs Fellow

Royal Oak High School junior Rebecca Messner was named to the PBS NewsHour’s third annual Student Reporting Labs Academy in Washington, D.C.  She is one of 20 youth storytellers from throughout the country who were selected.

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Royal Oak Schools Go Green

Three Schools Achieve Highest Michigan “Evergreen” Designation.  

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Facilities Improvement Proposal Under Consideration

At its June 8, 2017, meeting, our board of education will consider a recommendation to place a bond proposal on the November 7, 2017, ballot.   If the board approves this recommendation, voters in Royal Oak Schools would be asked to consider a bond proposal to improve  school facilities, improve site and traffic flow of students and staff, and provide up-to-date instructional technology and equipment.   The District has structured the bond issue to avoid any increase in the millage rate if voters approve the bond proposal.  For detailed information regarding this proposal, click here.


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Superintendent Update 5-17-17

The latest news from the Superintendent!

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Annual Celebration of the Arts

Once again Royal Oak Schools will be hosting "Celebration of the Arts" , June 3, 2017.  For more information on the Celebration of the Arts event, please click here.

New Summer Learning Opportunities

Our instructional department is offering two exciting new opportunities this summer!  Kinder Skills readiness is a program for Royal Oak students exiting kindergarten and preparing for first grade.  Instructional Summer Camp is for students exiting grades 1-5.  These programs are being supported by highly qualified teachers that have degrees in Early Childhood or Elementary Education.   To learn more, including how you can register your child to participate, please click here. 


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