WWCS Mission Statement

The Wayne-Westland Community Schools, in cooperation with parents and the community, will educate and prepare all of our students to be knowledgeable, responsible, contributing members of a global society.

 

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Enrollment Opportunities

Do you live in-district? Use our Locate My School page to see what building your child may attend.

Interested in Enrolling with us from out-of-district? View our School of Choice Information Page or fill out our School of Choice Contact Form.

Would you like to schedule a tour? View our Tour Request Form.

Is your child about to attend Kindergarten? Learn more about our Kindergarten Roundup Registration process

Enroll in Adult and Community Education for those seeking year-round classes and activities.

If your child is extremely motivated and self-directed, enroll in our 21f Online Learning Program or check out our Talented and Gifted Program

About Us

Our staff provides the very best educational opportunities for 11,900 students from Westland, Wayne, Canton, Livonia, Garden City, Dearborn Heights, Inkster, and Romulus.

The district promotes high expectations for success and provides students with a safe, caring, and nurturing environment. Wayne-Westland students develop the character, confidence, and values needed to become productive citizens in a global marketplace.

Extraordinary results occur when schools and communities work together. All our schools carry accreditation from the prestigious North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement. Wayne-Westland assures every student a high-quality education and a jump-start on career and college futures.

The Wayne-Westland Community Schools is comprised of eleven elementary schools (K-4), two upper elementary schools (5-6), two middle schools (7-8), two high schools (9-12) and an ultra-modern facility for career/technical training.

Great Futures Start Right Here!

For more information, please call (734) 419-2000.

Office of Academic Excellence

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Our Office of Academic Excellence contains several departments that oversee your child's learning abilities and processes.

Climate, Culture & Social Emotional Learning (CCSEL) include aspects of social-emotional learning competencies, school climate, and culture (PBIS, Leader in Me, Lifelong Guidelines). This department also works in restorative practices and discipline data alongside Special Education, Standard English Learners, Psychologists, Social Workers, and SEL Coaching. 

Standards, Learning & Innovation (SLI) challenges students with an extensive curriculum aligned to the Michigan Department of Education's Curriculum Standards and Benchmarks.

 

 

More About Us

Our Early Childhood Center serves children from zero to age five. They can help you choose from many free programs, the right preschool program, for your child. The district offers elementary foreign language and Talented and Gifted programs (TAG). High school students choose both advanced placement classes and earn direct college credit for free.

Our award-winning Career-Technical Center offers more than 20 programs to high school students including Emergency Medical Technician, Health Occupations, Robotics, Construction Technology, and Alternative Energies.

In recent years, the district has implemented and expanded many programs. These programs include classroom technology, world language classes beginning at the elementary level, life skills curriculum which teaches character development, gifted and talented classrooms and before and after school programs. Wayne-Westland also offers adult and alternative education, an early childhood and family development center, and senior citizens activities.

Transportation services are provided to approximately 8,300 students in the district each day. Elementary students who reside over one mile from school and secondary students who reside over one and one-half miles from school are eligible for transportation services. The district enjoys an exceptional State Police Bus Inspection Report for its fleet.

The district is staffed by 1,782 teachers, secretaries, paraprofessionals, custodians, and administrators, as well as employees in the areas of maintenance, transportation, and food services.