churchill community education center
Mission: To provide students with the academic, technical, and personal skills essential to be successful in a changing and diverse society.
Royal Oak Schools has been awarded $578,175 from the Michigan State Police as part of the 2018 Competitive School Safety Grant Program.
The School Finance Research Collaborative on Monday discussed its roadmap for a new, fairer school funding system during a community presentation at Royal Oak Middle School. The School Finance Research Collaborative has completed Michigan’s first comprehensive school adequacy study that determined the true cost of educating all students to make the way we fund schools more fair.
Royal Oak High School senior Richard Johnson was recently named a Semifinalist in the National Merit Scholarship Program. Three additional students were recognized as Commended Students.
“As a way to build comradery, Churchill has all of our new Alternative Education students participate in a program called ROPES,” Danielle Wherry, Churchill Community Education Center secretary, said. “All of the day staff and the new students meet up, rain or shine, and it's usually rainy. The students get split up and play team-building games. It's a really fun day.” Read more