City of Berkley
Cozy neighborhoods, an active downtown district and home to the annual Dream Cruise Parade, Berkley meets the varied needs of our residents, businesses and visitors.
 City of Huntington Woods
This premier residential community of 6200 residents provides quality public education, state-of-the-art recreation, library and cultural centers.
 City of Oak Park
The City of Oak Park is a diverse and vibrant community that prides itself of the being a family oriented city. The city spans 5.5 square miles and is home to over 30,000 citizens. We have wonderful resources to draw from including our ten public parks containing 110 acres of land.
 Greater Berkley Chamber of Commerce
The Berkley Area Chamber of Commerce strives to promote and encourage commerce and economic growth within the city of Berkley and our neighboring communities.
 Berkley DDA
The DDA seeks to attack problems of urban decline, strengthen existing areas and encourage new private developments in the downtown district of Berkley.
 Woodward 5
The Woodward 5 is a quintet of cities and two school districts, centrally located along six miles of the Woodward Corridor, forming the cultural hot zone in Metro Detroit.

"With tree lined streets and story book cottages, anyone would love to call this community home."
(Best Schools in Michigan, 2009)

Why Berkley Schools?

Our values support a balanced education with academic, social, and emotional support to foster and develop personal and intellectual curiosity, teamwork, and creative problem-solving as the basic tenets of success. We have a commitment that our students' experience is within the context of a safe and nurturing environment where high achievement includes academic excellence, opportunities for language, fine-arts, athletics, and the development of personal skills for life-long success.

Simply put, we know each child by name and are committed to academic achievement, personal development, and individual success for all students.