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46181 Joy Road
Canton, MI 48187

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(734) 416-2800
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August 30, 2015
With an incoming freshman, every has been very organized . Looking forward to the school year.

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April 05, 2015
The "Park" offers a vast amount of opportunities for students. I think it would be difficult to match it. However, the enormity of it all is not easily absorbed by some students. The college atmosphere may be beneficial for many but others are overwhelmed by it. Our daughter struggled by this element. Most of her teachers great as well as her counselor. Joining something at the park is a must to give your student a sense of belonging. Safety is a high priority on the campus but there will always be problems with such a large population.

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April 10, 2012
We moved from New Jersey last September. The school is great and my daughter loves it. The teachers and staff are very nice. Great attention from everyone.

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August 10, 2010
We just moved from Missouri in the summer. We came in to register for our daughter, and the staff was very helpful! My daughter even took two summer classes in order to fulfill the requirement for her graduation, and she came through okay. I appreciated all of this smooth transition that my daughter got from the staff and teachers. We moved many times, and this time, Salem HS staff gave us the best of help. Thank you for all the good start you gave us!

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September 17, 2009
The staff works so hard to give our students the opportunity to achieve whatever goals they have. It's a great facility with great staff and great students.

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September 16, 2009
All three of my kids went to Salem. Awesome teachers, awesome school!

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February 03, 2009
Four of my children graduated from Salem High (1987-2004). I have also done substitute teaching in all three high schools. I believe PCCS schools offer great educational opportunities. Two of my kids were able to use AP's and dual enrollment to pre-empt one semester of college. Another did some college prep, but concentrated on PCEP's excellent art classes. Another just wanted to graduate--but received enough academics to attend college several years later. Bottom line---PCEP offers a socially-diverse learning community rich in opportunity for students who are able to take advantage of it.

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January 15, 2009
As a parent of 3 Salem grads, I think the park offers the most assimilation to college as you will find. Each student has the opportunity to excel, to find things that excite them, both during and after school. My kids all played sports and the single biggest benefit that carried into college was their time management skills. Practice and games took up time, but the academic performance was king...it taught them well. The park is an opportunity, not a sentence.

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February 25, 2007
I hate when people complain about how big the school is. The park provides more opportunity then most high schoolers could ever dream of. I was very shy and I came from an 8th grade graduating class of 23 kids and I had no problem adjusting. These high schools are great and we are lucky to be attending it. The academics are great as long as you are motivated. Some of the teachers are young but I believe they are more in touch with our generation and can help us as much as many seasoned teachers. The extracurriculars are astounding, if you can't find something you like then you have no personality.

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November 25, 2006
What is Salem High School it Joins two other High Schools on one huge plot of land. Salem, Canton and Plymouth Highschool considered a ' Campus' quality of learning. When really its a Mass of Students who are for the most part losing a battle ..of being within Thousands of their peers. Yes, they do graduate. Do they excel within their 'person' within ' their desires, dreams' I can't see how it is possible. I do not see 'true' education here within PCCS. Too Many Students, so many just pushed through .

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November 20, 2004
Salem high school is huge. Comming from a tiny middle school it was very overwhelming especially being a freshman this year. I can imagine that this highschool experience will be helpful for me as i enter college but as for the teachers, they arent very good. the math department needs a lot of work so i know that math will not take me far in life for the lack of teaching skills the teachers have. Other for the 3 schools, and traveling from school to school in the cold, bad teachers, drugs&alcohol, and to much homework i like school. It seems like highschool may be a fun experience for my social life and im looking foward to graduating from Salem High School in 2008! Go Rocks.

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September 09, 2003
I love this school, due to the fact that it is part of a larger entity. Not only is this a large high school, it is included in the Educational park with two other high schools creating more opportunities than any other high school in the nation, I wouldnt go to any other school.

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September 09, 2003
My daugher graduated from Plymouth Salem High School in 2002. Her experiences there were both postive and helpful as she entered collage. The principal and staff were always willing to help, even in a school of their size.

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August 10, 2003
Plymouth Salem was the most diverse school I ever attended in the aspects of student diversity and class diversity. It was a wonderful school that prepared me completely for college. I loved every single one of my teachers and every single minute I spent there!

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Salem High School
46181 Joy Road, Canton, MI  48187
(734) 416-2800
Last modified Salem High School is a Public school that serves grades 8-12
Salem High School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 17 reviews. Top