Overview of HFLI Network of Schools

HFLI continues to develop connectedness and ignite innovation across a nationally-recognized network of Henry Ford Academies and inspired schools.

Henry Ford Academies are urban public schools established in collaboration with business, cultural institutions and community development organizations to prepare students to succeed in college, pursue a career of choice, and address challenges with innovative thinking.

 

HFLI-managed Academies:

Henry Ford Academy: Alameda School for Art + Design, San Antonio TX (9-12)

Opened 2009, serves 140 students
Partnership with local arts organizations. 100% of graduates in the Class of 2018 were accepted to college and completed the Senior Mastery Process. The class was offered more than $400,000 in grants and scholarships.

 

HFLI-supported Academies:

Henry Ford Academy, Dearborn MI (9-12)

Opened 1997, serves 515 students
Conceived, developed, and implemented in cooperation with Ford Motor Company and The Henry Ford. 100% of graduates (108) in the Class of 2016 were accepted to college and completed the Senior Mastery Process and prepared; the class was offered more than $3.2 million in grants and scholarships.

Henry Ford Academy: School for Creative Studies, Detroit MI (6-12)

Opened 2009, serves 849 students
Conceived, developed, and implemented more than 10 years ago in partnership with the College for Creative Studies. 100% of graduates in the Class of 2018 were accepted to college, completed the Senior Mastery Process and prepared and defended a Senior Art Portfolio; the class was offered more than $6.238 million in grants and scholarships.

Henry Ford Academy: Elementary School, Detroit MI (K-5)

Opened 2012, serves 396 students
HFLI’s first elementary school. Aligned with Henry Ford Academy: School for Creative Studies. Provides all students with art/design classes multiple times each week.

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