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POSSIBLE SCHOOL CLOSURES

8 Durfee Elementary-Middle School

2 Bow Elementary-Middle School

9 Fisher Magnet Upper Academy

3 Burns Elementary-Middle School

10 Ford High School

4 Clark, J.E. Preparatory Academy

11 Gompers Elementary-Middle School

5 Denby High School

12 Henderson Academy

6 Detroit Institute of Technology at Cody

13 Law Elementary School

7 Detroit Collegiate Preparatory


High School @ Northwestern

14 Marquette Elementary-Middle School

Design and Alternative Energy

Elementary-Middle School
16 Mason Elementary School
17 Michigan Technical Academy
Elementary School
18 Mumford High School

22 Pershing High School


23 Sampson Elementary School
24 Southeastern High School

19 Osborn Academy of Mathematics

25 Thirkell Elementary-Middle School

20 Osborn College Preparatory Academy


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15 Mary McLeod Bethune

1 Ann Arbor Trail Magnet School

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The state School Reform Office has identified

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25 Detroit schools for potential closure because


of chronic poor performance. If those schools
close, though, there are few better options

PERCENTILE
RANKINGS OF
NEARBY SCHOOLS

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Southfield Freeway

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Highland
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for parents to send their children, as this map


illustrates. Only 20 schools in the city rank at
or above the 25th percentile. A school

NOTE: Detroit Edison


Public School
Academys percentile
ranking is 87. It is the
highest-ranked
school in Detroit.

Detroit Public Schools


Community District
Education Achievement
Authority
Charter schools

0-4
5-10

ranked at the 25th percentile performs

11-24

better than 25% of the schools in the state.

25-58

SOURCES: Detroit Free Press analysis of Michigan Department of Education and Data Driven Detroit information

KRISTI TANNER, MARTHA THIERRY/DETROIT FREE PRESS