5285 W. US 223, Adrian, MI 49221


Living in Lenawee

Vocational Schools



LISD TECH Center creates opportunities for their students to advance in their career fields. The LISD TECH Reverse Job Fair, as seen in the video above, connects students with employers helping them find hands on experience. In addition to to this event, LISD TECH Center works for their students in the following ways:

  • Creating instructional relevance by engaging students in “real-world” operations within the LISD
  • Skillfully articulating and supporting K-16 career pathway models for Lenawee County students providing students with an achievable strategy to enter post-secondary education
  • Enabling students to aid in the preservation and regeneration of essential resources through curricula, learning environments, and instruction that embody environmental sustainability
  • LISD Center for a Sustainable Future (LISD CFSF) was awarded the Platinum LEED certification by the U.S. Green Building Council in 2014. It is now the first, net-zero energy K-12 Platinum certified school in the State of Michigan
  • The LISD TECH Center Culinary Arts program has been named to the 2014-2015 Elite 50, an exclusive group of high schools and career and technical schools from across the country as selected by Sullivan University (a well-known culinary school in Louisville, Kentucky)
  • Preparing students to transition to post-secondary education
  • Servicing 11 local school districts and Lenawee County private schools
  • Offering 24 Career Technical Education (CTE) programs under Michigan Career Pathways
  • Facilitating Articulated College Credit (Free College Credit) available in many of the LISD TECH Center CTE programs

As seen in the video above JC/LISD Academy – A Regional Middle College, is a creative learning option for students right here in Lenawee County.



Southern Michigan Center for Science and Industry

The Southern Michigan Center for Science and Industry (SMCSI) came to be in 2014 to better serve the city of Hudson and the surrounding county in STEM education and career advancement. Courses are provided for adults and high school students from both the Hudson and regional area, and include training for: robotics, CNC machines, and manufacturing.

Students who graduate from the program are prepared with the knowledge and skills to continue their education and receive advanced degrees in manufacturing and engineering or are prepared for entry-level manufacturing positions and many skilled positions.