Dearborn High School

High School Options

Dearborn Center for Math, Science, and Technology (DCMST)

DCMST is a half-day program for high achieving, highly motivated 9th through 12th grade students from all of the Dearborn middle and high schools. Students concentrate on the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) curriculum utilizing an inquiry approach to learning. Admission is selective. Applications are available from middle schools counselors during the middle of the 7th grade year.

Contact: Winifred Green, Principal,

Henry Ford Collegiate Academy 

The Henry Ford Collegiate Academy allows qualified students to earn both a high school diploma and a 2-year associate’s degree at the conclusion of the 13th grade at no cost to parents or students. To qualify, students must be Dearborn Public Schools students and score college-ready on the PLAN test in the spring of the 10th grade.

Contact: Michael Gothro, Counselor

Michael Berry Career Center

The Michael Berry Career Center offers career and technical classes in the fields of health care, technology, business, and culinary arts. Eleventh and twelfth grade students attend the Career Center for either two or three hours each day.

Contact: Winifred Green, Principal,

Henry Ford Early College

Located on the Dearborn Heights Campus of Henry Ford Community College, this small high school is collaboration between the Dearborn Public Schools and Henry Ford College (HFC). Students enter the school in the 9th grade to pursue a career in health care or advanced manufacturing/technology. Successful completion of the 5 year program results in students earning a high school diploma and an associate degree, a career-ready certificate, and/or up to two years of college credit.

Contact: Majed Fadlallah, Principal,

Dearborn Magnet High School

Students who have experienced difficulties at their home high school may apply to enroll at the Magnet. The small high school offers a personalized learning environment focused on high school graduation. Students are required to be involved in community service projects.  

Contact: Winifred Green, Principal,

Dual Enrollment

Through dual enrollment, eleventh and twelfth grade students have the opportunity to earn both high school and college credit at the same time.  Students who are on-track to graduate and meet the State of Michigan minimum dual enrollment qualifying scores are eligible.

Henry Ford College Dual Enrollment

University of Michigan – Dearborn Dual Enrollment

Contact: High School Counselor