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K-8
Public charter
Mount Clemens, MI
Students enrolled: 645
Before care: Yes
After care: Yes

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353 Cass Avenue
Mount Clemens, MI 48043

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(586) 783-0173
(586) 783-0179
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February 05, 2014
My son had went to Reach Academy for four years. We moved to Mt. Clemens and I decided to put him in Prevail. He absolutely loves this school and so do I. We have since the beginning of the school year moved back to Roseville but I still make the drive to Prevail everyday. The teachers are excellent and the staff is wonderful.

- submitted by a parent
November 18, 2013
My daughter who is in first grade loves this school. The staff is very nice and understanding. They offer many extracurricular activities, as well as extra help of your child needs it such as speech. This school has opened my daughters eyes to other cultures and she is always learning new things. The only downfall is the drop off and pick up. Wish the school had a large enough parking lot or even a few buses. Many of the parents must arrive an hour early just to get into the pick up lane. Hard when you have a job or other kids. But, overall, its a great school and maybe they will expand to a larger location one day!!!!

- submitted by a parent
October 29, 2013
This is a great school that cares about your children! Teachers will do everything they can to help each child grow and succeed. Parents are encouraged to help in any way they can, and are even welcomed into the classrooms. I would not think of sending my child to any other school. My son loves this school, teachers and his classmates!

- submitted by a parent
October 28, 2013
My children have been attending this school for five years, and I wouldn't want them to go anywhere else. Everyone on staff has gone above and beyond when my children have needed something, and they truly care about the children who attend the school.

- submitted by a parent
October 28, 2013
Prevail Acadmey, I wouldn't know where to start. This school has a horrible staff. The princeable chose a favorites and doesn't care about the students at all. My daughter was getting pushed into bathroom stalls and she told the teacher, teacher said to be more careful. My other daughter and her friends started cutting. Teachers did nothing about this. Horrible academics. The teachers wouldn't be in tack with what book, subject or such they're in.

- submitted by a parent
October 27, 2013
My school has an excellent staff that communicates well, has our kids best interest at heart and wants to see them succeed at getting into college. They are raised and taught daily in an environment that teaches that the expectation is to go to college somewhere in support of their dreams and goals. I loved that the field trip for the 8th graders is to visit 5 or 6 local colleges and really show them the tangible options that are open to them. Thank you Prevail for your vision for the success of our college-bound scholars!

- submitted by a parent
September 19, 2013
To all of the professional,wonderful and dedicated staff, CONGRATULATIONS on receiving the Golden Eagle Award.

- submitted by a community member
August 05, 2013
Very disappointed in the direction this school has gone. Teachers are dealing with far too many discipline problems in the classroom, therefore, they are not able to teach to the kids that want to learn. The kids that do have so many behavior issues are allowed special privileges like spending time in the office doing puzzles and playing games. What happened to making kids responsible for their actions?

- submitted by a parent
May 27, 2013
The school was good till they changed the grading system and they told the kids that their homework did not count and now I have a kid in highs school and is having a hard time and is not passing. Very hard transition from Prevail to public school. Moral focus was very good.

- submitted by a parent
November 06, 2012
Prevail offers something unique in Mount Clemens. It is the only school servicing grades K-8 in one building. We share a common language with a moral focus. We celebrate that we have experienced teachers whi are dedicated to academic achievement for all students. Our leadership is strong and we welcome anyone to visit at anytime for a tour.

- submitted by a teacher
August 16, 2012
I do not understand the previous comments. The principal is concerned with the school in every way. Her dedication is apparent and is always willing to communicate with me through several different avenues. My daughter is entering her third year at Prevail and her academic progress is great! She is happy in school and eager to grow in her studies. Stop complaining about silly stuff and grow up...you are the parent. If you went to the school you would see the learning environment is solid.

- submitted by a parent
August 13, 2012
I am displeased with this school due to the unfair treatment of students who's parents work vs. parents who can volunteer because they don't work. The principal of this school is closed minded. She'll meet with you, but does not value your opinion, nor your suggestions. It's her way or the highway. This school has a silent lunch policy, which is beyond extreme.

- submitted by a parent
August 13, 2012
We loved our teachers but the principal and vice principal changed every year! Very militant with discipline even with students that always showed good behavior! Silent lunch does not teach children anything! It's all about the test scores and how good they look on paper! My child did not thrive in this type of environment!

- submitted by a parent
July 20, 2012
My son was in Ms. Smidt kindergarden class in 2012. I could not express in words how wonderful she is with the students. I havent had one bad experience with this school. All the staff that i have meet have been very nice. I would never send my child to another school.

- submitted by a parent
June 27, 2012
My daughter attended Laurus Academy in Southfield for Kindergarten. So when we moved to Clinton Township I wanted to keep somethings the same and I enrolled her in Prevail Academy. I was hoping that it was a great school as well as Laurus and it is. Its very organized, they offer extracuricular activities and variuos grade levels. She's learning at a pace that Im comfortable with. I feel that she is safe there. She'll be on the dance team next school year for 2nd grade. My daughter doesn't like to wear a uniform, She likes to be an individual. I'm ok with the uniform, She there for an education, not a fashion show. I actually enjoy the family activities. If anyone doesn't care for it, its because they don't like structure and organization. I love it.

- submitted by a parent
May 29, 2012
Prevail Academy is by far the best school for our children! We looked at many surrounding schools in the area and found Prevail has higher test scores, safer environment, higher expectations and more involved, passionate teachers than any other school around! It is THE school of choice!!

- submitted by a parent
March 16, 2012
I actually attended this school. I am a junior in high school now. Prevail was rather, restricting, focusing mostly on math and science and a little social studies. Each year from sixth to eighth grade we repeated the same science and math classes, and since there were only about three electives to choose from, i was forced to take the same phys. ed., art, and spanish classes each year. everything was extremely redundant and i basically learned nothing. i could barely do long division when i got into the ninth grade. the staff was restricting, the uniforms were restricting, you couldn't speak in the hallways and you had to go ONE way down the hallway, you couldn't turn and go next door to your class. it wasn't until eighth grade that we got to eat in a "cafeteria". up until then, we ate in our classrooms. i only connected with two of my teachers, kids were bullied if they didn't believe in god or were a little different. even the teachers were bullied. this school is screwed up.

- submitted by a community member
October 05, 2011
NEW PARENT! I enrolled my three girls (K, K, 2nd Grade) this year at Prevail and my wife and I attended all of the informational parent meetings. A quote from Mrs. Young, the principal, said it best. "We are a K-8 school. I have Kindergarteners walking the same halls as 8th graders. We have to enforce certain rules so that the younger children aren't subjected to something they shoudln't be." So, to those posting a negative remark on this site about being too "strict" in the hallways or lunchrooms, take another look. I'd much rather my kids learn to respect themselves and other kids by following the rules that their teachers and other staff enforce so that they don't have to be exposed to something they shoudln't be hearing or seeing. Also, if the older kids grew up at this school, they should understand by this point WHY they need to act according to certain standards! It's time to stop focusing on ourselves and how we "think" they should run things. Start putting yourself in the shoes of those taking the courageous task of educating and molding our kids and work WITH them instead of AGAINST them! Who knows, you might actually see that they LOVE these kids as much as we do.

- submitted by a parent
October 03, 2011
Prevail is awesome!! The negative comments on this site suprise me. I have been at this school for six years and I love it. More importantly, my children love it! The teachers at this school are the most dedicated I have ever seen, they truly want their students to succeed (not just in school, but in life). The administration is top-notch and has put procedures into place that help to maintain a healthly atmosphere and a safe environmanet. Kudos for that. I may suppose that the negative comments might frighten some prospective parents/families, but keep in mind that many of those comments were left as a "parting shot" of sorts And they might be spiteful because their child had difficulty following the rules/meeting expectations, or the parents themselves, for that matter! Enroll with confidence at Prevail Academy!

- submitted by a parent
September 12, 2011
My child completed 8th grade at Prevail Academy this past spring. When I enrolled him in 9th grade at our home district, he was ahead of the game. He already earned one math credit while attending Prevail. His middle school teachers challenged him and set requirements to achieve this credit. Thank you Prevail for preparing my child for high school.

- submitted by a parent
August 11, 2011
My daughter will be entering the 7th grade at Prevail. We have chosen Prevail because of the wonderful things we have heard about the middle school teachers and dean, the new principal, and how much they all truly care about the students. We are looking forward to our daughter not being "just another face in the crowd". As parents we cannot wait to volunteer and actually attend fieldtrips. We could not do either in her former school and this did not sit well with us. She is very excited about starting and so are we.

- submitted by a parent
June 22, 2011
My son attended 2nd Grade and half of 3rd Grade before I pulled him out. He was miserable. The Adiministration keeps changing and no one seems to know what they are doing. The teachers are not highly quailfied and cannot handle over 20 students in a class. I would not recommend this school to anyone.

- submitted by a parent
May 05, 2011
my daughter currently atttends prevail, and she is miserable. the dean ms. spurman does not know how to handle the day today situations in a proffessional manner. keep your eye on fox 2 news for a special report on the girls cutting themselves and the bullies. have a nice day.

- submitted by a parent
February 25, 2011
My daughter has attended Prevail since she was in 2nd grade, currently she is in 7th. Although this school has gone through administrative changes, especially in 2008/09 school year, the teaching staff has been great. During one of the administrative changes I have witnessed a great start in the 2008 school year with the children and parents really liking the Assistant Principal Mr Gardner to midway in 2009 he was no longer at the school to my surprise due to parents and children liking him and all of his dedication. Parents even met with Mr. Oglvie (Quality) to let him know how we felt and how much we appreciate having Mr. Gardner there. Well he didn't listen to us because within a week Mr. Gardner was transferred. Almost left the school over that but stayed on, and this year is great with our new caring Principal Nicole Young. My daughter loves her. At present I would recommend Prevail Academy.

- submitted by a parent
February 17, 2011
I adore this school! More importantly so does my son. He is in Kindergarten and he is thriving here. My son is very high energy and even though the school does have rules about hallway and lunchroom behavior it has never been a problem for him to adhere to them. In fact it's taught him that there are times when it's ok to be loud and crazy and times when it's not. My older son attended another public school and the kids were always loud and out of control in the hallways. The kids are taught to be respectful of where they are I think that's a good thing. I love that my son's teacher has recognized that he is above average for his age and, along with several other kids in his class, she is making an effort to challenge him. I have never seen any of the teachers or staff be anything but loving and kind with the kids even when disciplining them. The difference here is that they are expected to have respect for their teachers. I don't know what I would have done if I had not found this school!

- submitted by a parent
September 22, 2010
My child is currently enrolled in the 1st grade at Prevail. She started last year in kendergarten. I will be transferring her to a new school in January due to the new rules put in place by the new principal Ms. Young. The children are not allowed to talk in the halls, during lunch, and not before school starts if they are there for early morning latchkey. The environment has become very hostile for the children, as well as the teachers. Don't send your children there unless you don't mind them being in a repressive situation.

- submitted by a parent
July 17, 2010
We pulled our children from this school in 2010. If you are considering this school, I would recommend observing in the hallways, classroom, and lunchroom. It is one thing to say you are a moral focus school, and quite another to hold children to that standard.

- submitted by a parent
July 08, 2010
We are so happy we picked Prevail. After home schooling became too much to handle at home, we chose to enroll our girls at Prevail. We are moving away this summer, but driving the extra 20+ minutes a day the last few years from Shelby Twp. was well worth it. The school kept us up-to-date online, on the phone and in the classroom. Fantastic teachers my daughters will miss dearly.

- submitted by a parent
February 11, 2010
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- submitted by a parent
September 03, 2009
My son is going into 3rd grade this year, and we have been at the school since he started kindergarten. Although the school has had its ups and downs, especially with the administration, I believe the current administration is striving to address parental concerns and are sincere in making the school an excellent choice. If we could only get the parents to follow the moral focus program and be an example to their children!!!!

- submitted by a parent
no rating July 21, 2009
I am a former teacher of Prevail Academy. In my opinion, administration needs to be more sensitive to the needs of teachers, and in effect, that will lead to the success of students. Personally, I found the behavior expectations to be a bit harsh. Also, teachers need to not only engage in professional development opportunities, but they need comfortable guidance in how to implement strategies.

- submitted by a community member
March 23, 2009
Yes, Prevail has changed administrators since my children first started attending. The main difference is that my children were afraid of Mrs. WItt, but they are not afraid of Mrs. Donkin. Being in a more nurturing environment has allowed them to still feel safe and secure, while excelling academically. The teachers here are absolutely fantastic, which is what truly matters to my children. Previously, we could not find any school that even came close to Prevail Academy, which is why we never plan on leaving.

- submitted by a parent
no rating March 22, 2009
I have two children at Prevail and we have attended for the past three years now. This is an excellent school with competent teachers and administrators that care deeply for our childrens' academics and more importantly, their character. I have found Mrs. Donkin's and Mr. Gardner's leadership to be very strong and flexible were challenges have occured. They have been extremely fair in solving any issues that have arisen. We are moving this summer and I hope to find another school as good as Prevail in our next location. An outstanding academic experience for my children.

- submitted by a parent
January 31, 2009
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- submitted by a community member
no rating January 13, 2009
Addressing thee 12/2 post. This person needs to be honest about why some people are not still at prevail. Stop trying to sugar coat everything and be honest that Prevail is not the same place it was when it started. Mrs. Witt's vision for the school is totally lost. The leadership is the worst it every has been. To many people want to be in charge and no one is really in charge. Get real and stop lying. AT least be honest to why people are no longer there.

- submitted by a parent
January 10, 2009
I have been attending this school since 2005! Since attending, I have gone from D's and F's(at my old school!) all the way up to A's! The teachers are extremely supportive of each and every student! They work very hard to make sure that each student is achieving their greatest potentials! The leadership team is outstanding! Whenever you need something, they are there for you! Any concerns that parents may have, they respond to the day of or the day after! As soon as they hear of a situation, they take care of it! On a scale of 1 to 10, I would give this school a 1,000,000! They exceeded my expectations and are there for each and every student!

- submitted by a student
December 19, 2008
I have two daughters that attend Prevail Academy. They have both told me that they love attending Prevail because the students are better behaved than the public school they attended previously and that the academics are challenging them. They love attending Prevail!

- submitted by a parent
December 02, 2008
I want to address the post dated 9/18/08. Mr. T leaving Prevail was the best thing for his family, who can fault him for taking care of them? Miss Timberlake leaving was the best thing for her family, who can fault her for getting married and having a son? Mrs. Witt leaving was an amazing opportunity for her to open a new NHA school, in a new NHA approved state, who can fault her for being an amazing principal or for being so good at what she does that NHA wants to share her with others? Mrs. Donkin & Mr. Gardner are doing an awesome job this year! They have created a safe, warm, welcome environment for my children to learn in. They are professional, helpful, understanding and yet manage to balance discipline and learning so that our students can be successful!

- submitted by a parent
October 28, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
September 18, 2008
This school is really going downhill. We've seen such a difference in the last year. It isn't worth it anymore. We've been there three years, but there won't be a fourth. Maybe corporate should look at the huge turnover in admin and teaching staff and realize there are big problems.

- submitted by a parent
July 07, 2008
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May 05, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
February 11, 2008
This is the first year that my children have attended Prevail Academy, and I am loving it. I have three students attending this school and compared to the previous schools they have attended, so far this is the best. When previous parents have said that parent involvement is the key, they are right. Prevail makes it easy for you to do that. The staff is wonderful and all three of my childrens teachers are perfect. Including the co-curricular teachers as well. I do know that this year is the first year that Mr. T. and Mrs. Duncan have been principal and assisstant principal, so maybe thats why last year had so may complaints, but under their watch this school is top notch!

- submitted by a parent
no rating December 20, 2007
We came to Prevail from another NHA school and are very pleased with our daughter's progress. Prevail has all of the components of a great school: great academics, moral focus-socialization programs, and extra-curricular activities. Parents are very involved and the staff really seem to care. My daughter has improved, greatly, and I thank Prevail and Mrs. Anastasov, in particular, for doing a great job. I would recommend this school to anyone.

- submitted by a parent
November 27, 2007
Regarding the post from November 6, 2007. Our family has been with this school from it's opening. I now have 3 children in this school. The expectations placed on the children are not too high in my opinion. Children will always rise to the bar if the bar is raised. As far as harassing behavior is concerned, it's been my experience that if the parent gets involved right away, the issue gets resolved. The principal and teachers do not take this behavior lightly. I know first hand about this. In one case, when my son was bullied and teased, the offending child was suspended. The staff has always been quick to correct and resolve the situations regarding that issue. I wouldn't leave it up to the student to figure it out. Get involved. As far as the acedemics, this school is excellent. My children are learning, not just memorizing.

- submitted by a parent
November 06, 2007
I am extremely disappointed in this school. There are numerous safety issues on the playground where children are injured on a regualr basis. Moreover, the discipline in the mid-elementary grades and up is particularly harsh and the behavioral expectations placed on these children are too high. At the same time, serious issues like threatening and harassing behavior aren't dealt with at all.

- submitted by a parent
no rating November 02, 2007
My son is in Miss Marsacks kindegarten afternoon class. I love this school and the teacher. My son could only count to 50 when he started and now he can count to 200. He knows all his shapes (even a rhombus). He is learning rhymes and math. He says, mom I can spell, but I am learning to read. I am very pleased with all the staff and principals. Mr. T is great. He loves art, gym, music and library. Our field trip to the Apple Orchard went very smoothly and was so much fun. Thank You Prevail Staff for taking care of my son. Mrs. LaPoint

- submitted by a parent
October 19, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
September 12, 2007
Prevail Academy is an excellent school. I have homeschooled most of my children for 15 years and it was the only one I would consider putting any of them in ( besides a private school we couldn't afford :). The philosophy of this school is one that underlines parental involvement which is the *key* to academic and social success. I believe that is why charter schools, and this one in particular, are coveted places for children to learn in the public school arena. Any problems that have come about, in my opinion, seem to be because there are a percentage of parents who just want to *drop* their children off and hope that the school will solve the behavioral and educational issues said child might have without co-operating with the school. It is unfortunate, but that is one of the problems with public education in general.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 11, 2007
My son went to prevail for 2 1/2 years. I was very upset about how badly the school went downhill last year. We switched back to public school this year. The math is harder at the public school than what he was doing at prevail, and he will be disecting in science. He has already had a social studies test and the curriculum is harder than prevail. I don't feel prevail is living up to being so much better than the public schools. I can honestly say I see the public school as beating the charter school in the chippewa district.

- submitted by a parent
August 13, 2007
I am a former teacher of Prevail Academy. In my opinion K-5 at Prevail is top-notch.

- submitted by a parent
August 06, 2007
We've been with Prevail for 2 years, but this will be a pivotal year for us to decide if we stay. Prevail is changing the very things that made me come to them. If Prevail becomes the same as public schools-which it seems to be slowly doing, I'll just go to our local school.

- submitted by a parent
no rating August 03, 2007
I have two children in prevail, and there are both pros and cons. My children like the fact that is no teasing or fighting aloud at this school, they also dont like that they have a tremendous amount of homework everyday. I as a parent feel that this is a good school this will be the third year that they will be attending. I also feel to make this a better exp for our kids, the teachers need smaller classes so that they can spend more time with our children, there also needs to sport activities for the younger children not just the middle school children. It will give those younger kids something to work harder for (to be on the team), Prevail needs to remember all the promises they have made to our children, and our children would enjoy there school more.

- submitted by a parent
July 04, 2007
My two children have been at the school since it opened. The were happy kids who liked school, but since this last year, have become depressed, low self-esteem, and hate school. The higher grades need teachers that care and aren't so mean! Everyone in the school needs to get over the opinion that all kids are liars. They also need to enforce the rules about name calling that are coming out of the mouths of 4th graders on up. I have become very disappointed in the school that I once thought was so great.

- submitted by a parent
June 19, 2007
The school had class sizes that were much larger than the school had promised. My child's teacher expressed her frustration with her class size and still nothing was done about it. This lead to her feeling 'overwhelmed' most of the year and not being very understanding to many of the students in her class. Overall, the school simply did not deliver what it promised.

- submitted by a parent
June 02, 2007
My daughter has been at prevail since the doors opened, 3 years ago. The experience has been exceptional she has really grown up, and matured her grades have come up 100%.her attitude towards school has been excellent since she started at prevail. Yes the school has gone thru a lot of changes this year every school goes thru this even business and your own home go thru changes you learn from them, and grow from them. Everyone ESP. staff are trying to do the best they can. that is all we can except, everyone is human and makes mistakes, but we grow from them. I know prevail will conquer these changes and be the best it can be.

- submitted by a parent
May 14, 2007
I am a parent of a child at Prevail academy. And when they first opened their doors, they seemed to be the best option for the alternative to going to public schools. They have a high expectation of school work, which is why most parents chose this school. But overall, this school needs to really look over the problems that do exist. And fix them if they are to be a great school. As of yet, they are not.

- submitted by a parent
May 09, 2007
I love our school! My children have absolutely flourished here. Not only are they getting an excellent education, they are being taught moral character that has spilled over into their life outside of school. They are exposed to art, music, technology, health/exercise, and the love of reading every week. They have learned that their success in school and life is dependant upon their own effort. I also love that I, as a parent, am able to be involved at the school. Not only am I able, I am encouraged to be involved. Overall, it's just a great environment for my children.

- submitted by a parent
May 07, 2007
We have been at Prevail since the middle of the first year and really like the school. My children are involved and are kept busy. I have also met many parents while at school helping out. The teachers also take the time to listen and help when needed. I communicate with them via email and messages are returned as soon as possible. One bonus for me is the fact that teachers who don't even have my children are also willing to listen and give an unbiased opinion when asked. Having boys, I also appreciate the fact that our male teachers listen and take the time to help when it comes to needing advice on raising them. For my family Prevail is the best option.

- submitted by a teacher
May 07, 2007
My daughter is currently finishing up her second year at Prevail. Her academic experience has been wonderful. Her teachers go above and beyond what is necessary. They challenge her academically while keeping the learning experience fun and stimulating. She receives a cocurricular on a daily basis. All of her cocurricular teachers are able to get her excited about their content area. I would highly recommend Prevail Academy to other families who are looking for a school that will challenge their children academically, instill a high moral character, and do all of this in a safe and caring environment.

- submitted by a parent
May 07, 2007
Compared to public middle schools, I highly recommend Prevail Academy as a safe environment for your pre-teen. The academics are challenging, yet the teachers are patient and want each child to succeed. It has been a good preparation place for my two children who will be entering high school in the next 2 years. I appreciate the teamwork of the teaching staff and their availability to any question or concern I have. It is the right choice for my family!

- submitted by a parent
April 08, 2007
We have been at the school since it opened 3 years ago. Yes, it has experienced tremendous growth! It is the place where everyone wants there kids to be! So with growth comes some growing pains. We are confident that it will remain a top notch school and continue to provide an exceptional challenging education for our children.

- submitted by a parent
March 29, 2007
Prevail Academy is the best thing to happen for my family. We have been there since it opened and couldn't be happier. The education is second to none. My kids are just flying in reading, writing, math....all the important basics! The teachers are awesome and the new principal will be awesome too. Prevail Academy was rated 'School of the Year' for 2007 out of 152 schools in five states. That is quite an accomplishment and it is due to the administration, teachers and parental partnership. It's a great place to be!

- submitted by a parent
March 29, 2007
Awesome, Awesome school! Can't say enough good/positive things. The person who gave it a 1 in rating and said their children will not be back, must be unhappy in general. The teachers are wonderful. The curriculum is challenging. Enough good things can't be said about this school. The children/parents who have discipline issues usually do not make it at this school. And that's a good thing!

- submitted by a parent
March 20, 2007
My children have been at this school from the first year it opened and this will be their last. The first year was a lot of hype and promises on what a great education my children were going to receive. Preaching a good education and actually getting one are two different things. This school is not for anyone who desires your child to actually get an education.

- submitted by a parent
January 29, 2007
I absolutely love prevail academy. the staff at prevail is excellent, and their is so much school spirit. My son is in kindergarten and I am so glad that prevail is where he got his first introduction in learning. He loves to learn and read I thank his teacher for that. When I think of Prevail I think of three things. True Educators, commitment, great moral character.

- submitted by a parent
October 10, 2006
We love Prevail! Our three children have been enrolled for 3 years now. The education they receive is beyond our expectations. The staff is very focused on the school mission and the children s education. The environment is infused with learning and morals.

- submitted by a parent
July 30, 2006
Wonderful Wonderful! The principal, assis principal, staff are all carying and enthusiastic people. I am proud that my son goes to school at Prevail. He has fun and never had a bad day this past year. My only wish was that some of my friends' children could have gotten in, but are on the waiting list. Love it.

- submitted by a administrator
July 22, 2006
This will be our second year at prevail. Our son came from a private school to prevail and we are thrilled. the leadership of this school is the best in the area! the teachers and staff are helpful and academics is a first priority. we will have a kindergartner this year and we are loking forward to a great school year. I have recommended this school to several family and friends that are all very pleased, except the ones who had to go on the waiting list.

- submitted by a parent
July 12, 2006
The principal & vice principle show respect and kindness to all the students. I love this school. My children have been attending this school for over 2 years now.

- submitted by a parent
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Prevail Academy
353 Cass Avenue, Mount Clemens, MI  48043
(586) 783-0173
Last modified Prevail Academy is a Charter school that serves grades K-8. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 5 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Prevail Academy Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 70 reviews. Top