HFA at a Glance

Public, tuition-free charter high school located within The Henry Ford (Dearborn, MI)

Established in 1997...Celebrating 20th Anniversary in 2017

Developed in partnership with Ford Motor Co. and The Henry Ford; chartered by Wayne County Regional Educational Services Agency (Wayne RESA)

500+ students in 9th through 12th grade

Each freshman class selected through random lottery process

Two campuses:  9th grade in Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation; 10th - 12th grade in Greenfield Village

College prep curriculum addressing five developmental areas: academic content, technology, communication, thinking and learning, and personal development; 28 credits required for graduation (21 core; 7 non-core)

Accredited by AdvancED

Senior Mastery Process comprised of career research, supervised work-based learning experience, and preparation/defense of career-oriented final project

Foreign language travel abroad opportunities (German & Spanish)

LINK Crew leadership and mentoring program (national organization)

97% graduation rate; 100% of graduates accepted into college

ACT Average Composite Score: 18.5 (Class of 2016)

$3.7 million in college scholarships & grants (Class of 2016)

Varsity sports: Boys & Girls Soccer, Boys & Girls Basketball, Girls Volleyball, Boys Baseball, Girls Softball, Boys & Girls Track

Co-curricular activities include: Art, Choir, Dance, Drama, LINK Crew, Mock Trial, National Honor Society, Robotics, Senior Council, Spanish, Student Council, Yearbook

STEM-oriented clubs including our award-winning FIRST Robotics team and CyberPatriots.