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Wayne Memorial High School. / 42.2874°N 83.3773°W / 42.2874; -83.3773. / 42.2874°N 83.3773°W / 42.2874; -83.3773. Wayne Memorial High School is a high school in Wayne, Michigan in Metro Detroit. It is a part of Wayne-Westland Community Schools. It serves portions of Wayne, Westland, Canton Township, Inkster, and Romulus.
In 2018, West Side Academy reported an enrollment of 490 and an 80% graduation rate. The school's principal is Andrea Ford-Aylor. The school ranges from grades 9–12 and offers up to 40 additional credit hours which allows students to obtain a better chance at graduating on time or even before their graduation year. References
Kennedy High opened for classes on February 8, 1965. The 1965-66 enrollment was 1,359 10th and 11th grade students. In 1966, the school graduated 399 students in its first graduating class. On April 10, 2017, the Taylor School District Board voted 4–3 to close Kennedy High School due to declining enrollment and cost savings.
Cornerstone Schools is a system of charter schools in Detroit, Michigan, United States. It has four K-8 campuses and Cornerstone Health + Technology High School, all located in the city. They were first established in 1991. References ^ " Contact Archived 2011-07-25 at the Wayback Machine ." Cornerstone Schools. Retrieved on March 17, 2010.
Churchill High School, named after Winston Churchill, is one of the four main public high schools (and the most recently built) in the city of Livonia, Michigan, a western suburb of Detroit. The school was created in 1968 as an add-on to the other high schools in Livonia in response to the population boom that the city saw at the time.
Divine Child is ranked among the top five percent of high schools in the United States for athletics.  The school colors are red and grey. The following MHSAA sanctioned sports are offered:  Baseball (boys) State champions - 1992, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2010  Basketball (girls and boys) Boys state champions - 1973, 1977 
Color(s) Red, White and Blue Mascot Knight Endowment $36.5 million Website http://www.uls.org University Liggett School, also known as Liggett, is a private, independent, secular school in Grosse Pointe Woods, Michigan, United States. Founded in 1878, it is Michigan's oldest independent coeducational day school.