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Mission: Detroit Collegiate cultivates a love of learning and pursuit of excellence by developing student competence, confidence and character through a focus on active, student-centered learning and a classical approach to education upon which successful, empowered and courageous lives are built and sustained

Vision: Detroit Collegiate envisions a school where a community of learners – both students and adults – cultivate passions, explore new interests and examine new perspectives to co-create and acquire knowledge, both in and out of the classroom.

Why Detroit Collegiate?

We will provide

 • A focus on creating discerning, empowered thinkers, that are able to transfer knowledge and build ownership.

 • A classical approach to education.

 • A rich and challenging academic program of study.

 • Strong academic arts and personal programs.


Our Leadership

We are pleased to announce that Ms. Michille Roper-Few will join Detroit Collegiate High School as the Principal.  Michille is an experienced educator with over 20 years of experience in Public and Charter Schools. She graduated from The University of Texas at El-Paso and received her teaching certificate in Learning Disabilities from Wayne State University. Michille’s passion for working with students with disabilities started in high school where she would volunteer assisting students who were in need. As an Educator, Michille has fought and advocated to make sure all students were given the same opportunity to receive a quality education. She brings this passion with her to DCHS.

Michille’s professional and personal belief is simple; never stop believing, because when we do, all hope is gone. While Michille is not at work, you can find her courtside cheering on her son, Dan, as he follows in Michille’s footsteps as a center on the basketball court.

Get Involved

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Enroll today

We are now accepting application for incoming 9th through 12th graders for the 2019-2020 school year. Click here to begin enrollment!