Providing excellence in learning for all students to achieve their personal best is our core mission in Huron Valley Schools. From the dedicated team fostering our preschool classes, to differentiated instruction and talent development programs at all grade levels, to our award winning arts and athletic programs, to community education offerings for students ranging in age from infant to 99 years-old, the Huron Valley Schools believes in inspiring and building futures...one student at a time.
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Huron Valley Schools families should be aware that the Milford Road project is approximately one month behind schedule due to lost work days resulting from inclement weather. The new anticipated completion estimate is early October. As a result of the construction setback, we anticipate that our buses may facedelays during both pick up and drop off. We ask for your patience as work through the first month of school knowing that the Milford Road project will potentially create late pick ups and drop offs.
On Wednesday, August 26, 2015, the Milford High School Leadership Class spent the day with incoming freshman on a Canoe outing from Heavners' Canoe Rental and team building in Milford Central Park. You can see pictures at the following links:
Huron Valley Schools is pleased to announce that on October 14, 2015, all juniors will participate in the PSAT/NMSQT as a pre-cursor to the spring SAT. More information will be provided at a later date.
Thanks to the $1,000 grant received from the HVEF, fourteen Muir Middle School students, along with their teacher, Mrs. Roberta (Vander Baan) Diacono, participated in the "Clash of the Cooking Crews" in Royal Oak last week taking home the grand prize for the second year in a row
Oxbow Elementary was presented with a $5,000 check from Independent Bank. Thanks to the support of many parents at Oxbow, along with help from their friends and other school district staff and families, Oxbow received the fourth highest number of votes as being the most deserving school in need of these funds.