The Education Guide

When it comes to learning, there are a variety of educational options available for parents to choose from. The hardest part id finding the right one for your child. Our educational Guide makes it easy; we"ve collected information on schools and organizations that take learning to a new level.

Clonlara School
1289 Jewett Ave., Ann Arbor
734-769-4511

www.clonlara.org
At Clonara's campus school,  students learn their own pace and integrate their talents and goals into an innovative and personalized education. Classes are small, multi-age groupings where students receive personal attention. Clonlara is a fully accredited, private  that was established in 1976.

Huron Valley Catholic School
1300 North Prospect Rd., Ypsilanti
734-483-0366

www.huronvalleyschool.org
The purpose of Huron Valley Catholic School is to help young people achieve academic;c excellence, receive  Christian formation, and mature in Christian character and spiritual wisdom.

 

ID Tech Camp
1888-709-TECH (8324)

www.internalDrive.com
734-662-6891
Over 1,000 kids and teens worldwide have learned to create video games, with flash®, digital movies , C++ and Java programs, IPhone® and Facebook® apps, robots, 3D models and more. Ages 7-17 enroll in these weeklong, day and residential summer camps, located at the university of Michigan. Visit www.InternationalDrive.com or call 1-888-709-TECH (8324) for details and specials. Save with code M23

Barb's Sewing School
7334-662-6891

www.barbssewingschoolaa.com
Barabarah Tiews, owner and  Licensed kids Can Sew Instructor says, "It's a great feeling to make something with your own hands – that's what I discovered when I began sewing at age 7. The  satisfaction of making something; of taking fabric, cutting it into shapes, and assembling then so that something new is created has caused me to  pursue sewing with a passion. My great delight is to share that passion and to see the satisfaction it brings others to learn or enhance their sewing skills."
Learn more about Barb's child and adult sewing classes at www.barbssewingschoolaa.com

Go Like the Wind
3540 Dixboro Lane, Ann Arbor
734-747-7422

www.golikethewind.com
We are committed to the principle that each child deserves to be respected, protected and nurtured in their education. We  have designed our Infant through Middle programs to create learning environments that helps each student to reach their personal and academic  potential. Our school is nestled on a forty-acre campus including a 15-acre Nature center.

Imagination Station
1 Discovery Way, Toledo, OH
419-244-2674

www.imaginationstationtoledo.org
Imagination Station has over 250 hands-on exhibits designed to inspire in children the wonder of science. Their newest traveling exhibition, ANimation featuring Cartoon Network, opens January 30. In Animation's stimulating and fun environment, visitors explore animation from concept to finished product – from storyboarding, character design, and drawing techniques to movement, timing, filming, and sound. Larger-than-life graphics of popular Cartoon Network characters provide a colorful backdrop to the exhibit., which also explores the history of animation and features screening room and a cartoon museum. With new exhibits opening all of the time, every visit to Imagination Station is different every time you come.

Rudolf Steiner School of Ann Arbor
Lower School (Pre-K – 8th Grade)
2755 Newport Rd.
734-995-4141
High School (9th -0 12th Grade)
2230 Pontiac Trail
734-669-9394

www.steinerschool.org
Rudolf Steiner School of Ann Arbor, a Waldorf school, has been delighting in creative play., engaging in joyful discovery and developing Renaissance thinkers since 1980.
Our inspired uniquely integrated curriculum meets the needs of the developing child and maturing adolescent. Waldorf education seeks to foster open mindedness, compassion and initiative, preparing students to meet a changing world.

Early Learning Center
3070 Redwood Ave., Ann Arbor
734-973-7722

www.elcpreschool.com
The Early Learning Center is a half-day pre-school, accredited by NAEYC. Founded in 1975, ELC's mission is to provide a safe and nurturing  learning environment for preschool age children of all cultural backgrounds and abilities. We believe that learning takes place primarily through exploratory play. We offer a variety of both directed and non-directed activities to encourage children to develop a strong sense of curiosity, self-esteem, and independence.
The Early Learning Center is a non-profit corporation operated  by a board of Trustees. For more information, please contact Denise Grzesiak, Director, at 734-973-7722.