Clarenceville High School
Supported by an enthusiastic faculty, dedicated staff, committed families, and a proud community, we create a safe and caring environment that fosters deep and enduring personal relationships.
Within this supportive atmosphere, our students explore their talents and interests, set individual and group goals, and pursue courageous endeavors in all areas of their lives. Cooperative relationships among families, businesses, organizations, community members, and the school provide strong ties which enhance learning beyond the walls of the school. Learn More
High School Spotlight
Become An International Host FamilyOur Host Family Requirements: • A genuine willingness to share your family’s daily life with an international student. • An English-speaking environment. • A bedroom for the student, with their own bed, desk and closet. Provide 3 balanced meals a day. • Pass an interview and criminal background check.
Advance Novelty Cash for Education programAdvance Novelty is very excited to welcome Clarenceville High School to its Cash for Education Program. We are offering an easy way to raise funds for the benefit of Clarenceville High School. Parents, students and teachers (who may already be shopping in our store) can have 10% of their total purchases paid directly to your school’s designated fund raising account. Below you will see a list of some of the products we carry at our retail store in Livonia.
Clarenceville Schools of ChoiceClarenceville School District will be accepting applications beginning on April 3rd through May 2nd, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. for Limited Schools of Choice, Section 105 and 105C for the 2017-18 school year. Applications will be available in the superintendent’s office. If, at the close of the application window, there are more applications than slots available, a lottery for placement will take place on or about May 16, 2017. Questions about schools of choice may be directed to the superintendent’s office at 248-919-0250.
High School News
2017 School of Choice Enrollment Open 4/3/17 - 5/2/17
Applications to be picked up at the Superintendent's office and turned in no earlier than April 3, 2017. Read notice for more details.
Internet Options for Low Income Families
As the school year begins, the Michigan Department of Education (MDE) encourages districts to share with parents internet options for low income families. Learning can occur “Any Time, Any Place, Any Way, Any Pace,” but to continue learning in the home, high speed reliable broadband is crucial. With more devices in the hands of students, districts have shifted away from traditional approaches to homework. According to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC),