The Vision of Madison District Public Schools is to be a high achieving, premier, small public school system recognized for providing a rigorously challenging and culturally diverse education and meeting each student's learning needs.
Giving students an environment where they can explore learning in new and innovative ways is an exciting part of our future. But the main focus of this vision is that kids do matter...all children, everyone of them has the ability and opportunity to learn. We provide that in the Madison schools and look forward to a great future of success.
We keep moving forward opening up new doors and doing new things...and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.
The Madison District Public Schools is located in the southern portion of the city of Madison Heights. The boundaries extend from Ten Mile Road, north to Gardenia and northbound Chrysler (I-75) Service Drive and east to Dequindre Ave.
The district has participated in the “School of Choice” since its inception in 1996 and during the 2011 - 2012 school year had 514 “School of Choice” students. The district currently serves approximately 1350 students, pre-primary through grade twelve, and offers an alternative high school program.
100% of the students enrolled in the National School Lunch Program are eligible to receive free meals. All teachers in the Madison District Public Schools possess a Bachelor’s Degree or higher. The district provides educational psychologists, social workers, and speech therapists for all students requiring these services. Federally funded programs include Title I, Title I I, Title III, IDEA, USF E-rate, as well as grants and state funded programs.