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Achieve Charter Academy - Canton, MI

Academic achievement is our priority!

Academic achievement is our priority!

Achieve Charter Academy is a charter school located in Canton, Michigan. We serve a diverse community of learners, with 30% of our students speaking a primary language other than English, representing 30 different languages. Our students continue to outperform our peer district and place at the top of state performance on our statewide assessment. Our students are grounded in a moral focus curriculum that is intentional and emphasized through community service engagement projects. The staff of Achieve Charter Academy is committed to supporting student achievement through instruction designed to meet the needs of our learners. We continue to provide students with opportunities to advance through our curriculum, allowing many students to earn high school credit for courses at the completion of their 8th grade year.

Achieve Charter Academy offers a community that is collaborative and supportive. Parents serve as a primary pillar in our partnership and are invited to become a part of our collaborative team. We continually seek input from all stakeholders at Achieve Charter Academy to evaluate our progress toward achieving our mission and create action plans that are living documents used to guide our decision making. Through this collaborative effort of our staff, students, parents and board of directors, Achieve has continued to support students in achieving college readiness standards.

Achieve Charter Academy

3250 Denton Road
Canton, MI, 48188-2110

(734) 397-0960

Ms. Jen Conley, Principal at time of Nomination

Charter School, Title I School

Achieve Charter Academy

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To offer the families of the Canton community a k-8 school that has a challenging academic program and a culture that values integrity, academic excellence, and accountability, where each and every student is given the opportunity for success in high school, college and beyond.

Student Demographics

  • Black/African American: 14%
  • White: 27%
  • Hispanic: 2%
  • Asian: 56%
  • Native American: 1%
  • ELL: 25%
  • Economically Disadvantaged: 45%