5285 W. US 223, Adrian, MI 49221


Living in Lenawee

K-12 Public Schools

Addison Community Schools


  • Along with K-12 Curriculum aligned with Michigan State benchmarks and standards, there are AP classes in all four core subject areas with dual enrollment and credit recovery options.
  • Strong K-12 Fine Arts program and 7-12 Athletic programs
  • 1:1.6 computer to student ratio.

Adrian Public Schools


  • International Baccalaureate Program of Study – IB Diploma & Middle Years Programs (7-12)
  • Performing Arts Center and Fine Arts Director making for a K-12 fine arts experience for every student
  • Partnership with the Boys & Girls Club of Lenawee

Blissfield Community Schools


  • AdvancED District Accreditation.
  • EdYES! letter grade of "A" during the 2009-10 academic year for each school.
  • Blissfield Middle School received a 2009 Education Excellence Award from the Michigan Association of School Boards.

Britton Deerfield Schools



  • Successful Kids Involved People (S.K.I.P.) – reading and math program. Mentors work one on one with a student in grades K-5, who needs help in reading or math.
  • Lenawee Intermediate School District – Lenawee’s CHILD a parent, child educator partnership.
  • Dual Enrollment at either Monroe Community College, Jackson Community College, Washtenaw Community College, Siena Heights University or Adrian College.


  • Pre-school in the Deerfield building in January 2011, serving children ages 3 years old and 4 years old.
  • Through a gift from Walter and Leota McNeil, a memorial scholarship for Deerfield seniors was initiated; the elementary playground redeveloped, and updated Middle School textbooks were purchased.
  • A reading promotion with the Toledo Mud Hens helps with achievement.

Clinton Community Schools


  • No programs or staff cuts or increasing class sizes prior to or during the 2011-12 school year
  • More than 200 students have selected Clinton Community Schools as his/her “School of Choice”
  • Consistently high MEAP and ACT scores.

Hudson Area Schools


  • Third grade math 100 percent proficient; all schools meet AYP.
  • First “green” district in the county. Recently installed wind turbine and solar panels for ongoing elementary energy project.
  • Competitive and highly successful extra-curricular academic and athletic activities.

Madison School District


  • Fastest growing school district in Lenawee County with more than 700 schools of choice students, while still maintaining small class sizes. Family atmosphere were students can grow and progress as they move through their school years without changing buildings.
  • Recognized by the Mich. Dept. of Education as a “Beating the Odds” school building because of student academic achievement.
  • 21st Century technology with 60 percent of classrooms constructed since 1994.

Morenci Area Schools


  • District MEAP and MME scores that are consistently at or above state levels.
  • Excellent well-kept facilities that meet the needs of today’s learners.
  • Caring supportive community and staff.

Onsted Community Schools


  • Caring and committed staff and community dedicated to its students.
  • Unique learning opportunities for all students ranging from Advanced Placement, Online Learning Lab and Special Needs.
  • Wide variety of extra-curricular activities including athletics, music, art, leadership and community service at all levels, Pre-K through 12.

Sand Creek Community Schools


  • One out of three Sand Creek School students is School of Choice
  • K-12 curriculum includes a licensed 4-year-old program, K-8 literacy intervention, K-12 art and music programs, K-12 agriculture with an FFA Chapter, high school CAD and industrial arts program.
  • Many and varied extra curricular academic and athletic opportunities with numerous student trip opportunities.

Tecumseh Public Schools


  • Has the highest Michigan Education Assessment Test scores in Lenawee County and the highest average composite ACT scores among Lenawee County public schools in 2010 at 20.6.
  • All bands and orchestras at Tecumseh Public Schools, 7th grade through high school, scored #1 Ratings at Districts. Choir and visual arts students received state honors as well.
  • Consistently ranked in the top 10 of all Class B schools in athletics.