For principals and school officials, we offer a special Enhanced School Profile (ESP) which allows you to update and add information about your school, as well as respond to reviews. If you are a school official, click Continue to start.
Thank you for submitting a comment
Please note that it can take up to 48 hours for your comment to be posted to our site. While you're here, we'd like to invite you to fill out a
survey on your school's programs, activities, and extracurriculars. It only takes a few minutes and will help parents get a full picture of your school.
You may only compare 8 schools at a time
Continue to compare the schools you have already selected or
Edit schools to change your selection.
Get started now! You have successfully registered and can now start updating your Official School Profile.
The information you provide is extremely valuable in helping parents and students learn more about your
school, so thanks for taking the time!
If we live downtown (near the Mariner's Church, not far from the Tunnel to Windsor) would Cass be the 'downtown area' high school? I can't make sense of whether school attendance areas are classified by distance to/from home or by citywide enrollments. What would be the 'closest' high school to downtown (we are new here)? Thanks.
Schools often post their boundaries on either their website or on the district website. If you have concerns about the boundaries, just call the school. They will be able to tell you street by street where your child would attend.
Cass is an examination high school. Some cities may call it a "magnet" school. Therefore, if you'd like your child to attend, they must past an examination firm. I believe they only accept student in grades 9 & 10. Call the Detroit public schools office (good luck) to get dates to apply to take the examination. i believe they take it in January of 2012, but you have to apply to take the exam, like yesterday.
I hope this helps!
fyi, I believe Martin Luther King Jr high School is part "magnet" and part "residential zone" students. So you may have to look into them, if your child is in the 11th or 12 grade.74078
Thank you. You've successfully subscribed to the GreatSchools newsletter.
Thank you. Please confirm your subscription by clicking the link in the email we just sent you.
Sign Up For Email Updates
Please enter your email address to sign up.
The email address is already signed up.
Connect With Us
Our mission is to inspire and support families to champion their children's education - at school, at home and in their community. We are a national non-profit with offices in San Francisco, Milwaukee, Washington D.C. and Indianapolis.