Our students’ achievement goals at the Education Achievement Authority (EAA) includes increasing the importance and commitment of attending school everyday and on time; ensuring all students read at grade level; increasing high school graduation rates to 90 percent; and ensuring that every student who graduates high school is college ready. We are committed to student success.
Education Achievement Authority of Michigan is making a difference for its students by:
- Providing a longer school year and a longer school day to give students more time to learn
- Serving Elementary/Middle Schools breakfast, lunch and dinner
- Hiring highly qualified instructors and building leaders
- Fostering safe schools and healthy students through wrap around services
- Supporting parents while they play an important role in their students education
Did you know that each senior who completes at least two years of high school in Detroit can apply for a two year scholarship at participating community colleges through the Detroit Scholarship Fund?
Locations & Transportation
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In order to give students the best opportunity for success, the Education Achievement Authority of Michigan (EAA) is committed to making its classrooms and schools safe and nurturing environments that foster a culture of respect, responsibility, and learning.
The EAA is one of three school districts in Michigan to receive funding for the Safe Schools/Healthy Students Initiative (SS/HS) through a grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). SAMHSA leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation and is focused on reducing the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America’s communities.Learn More >