Serving more than 8,000 students in Birmingham, Beverely Hills, Bingham Farms, Franklin and Bloomfield Township, the…More Birmingham Public School District is made up of two high schools, eight elementary schools, two middle schools, an alternative high school program, and the Birmingham Covington School. Additional facilities include an early childhood center, a senior citizens' center and a conference center.
The district also offers special education, half-day preschools, commuity education programs, interscholastic and intermural sports and vocational education.
The Midvale Early Childhood Center, located behind Seaholm High School on Midvale Road, provides early childhood…More education classes for children between the ages of 18 months and 4 years. Both full and half-day services are available. The center is tuition-based and early childhood special education services are available. Interested parents can schedule tours with the center. Typically, the center can accomodate 35 toddlers, 50 three-year-olds and 60 four-year-olds. Spots are filled throughout the year as they become available. If the center is full, parents can sign up on the waiting list.
Kids Empowered Coaching and Counseling Center 640 N Old Woodward Ave Ste 102, Birmingham, MI48009 The Kids Empowered Coaching and Counseling Center offers programs to help children, parents and schools end bullying by…More teaching children self-esteem and self-confidence, and helping in various other capacities. Services offered include education, counseling, workshops, presentations on bullying and related topics, retreats and summer day camps. Please call or visit the website for more information.
The West Maple Nursery is located in the education wing of the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer, on West Maple Road.…More The school welcomes students of all religions, yet much of the school's philosophy is derived from scripture.
For three-year-olds, teachers focus on socialization, offering Bible lessons, music, art, story time, play and an introduction to letters and numbers. Those in pre-kindergarten classes are divided by age, with the curriculum focused on preparing for kindergarten.
Programs for three-year-olds are offered two or three days a week, while pre-kindergarten classes can be three, four or five days a week. The school is tuition-based, with church members and those already enrolled in the program able to take advantage of early enrollment.