Huron School District


The Huron School District in Michigan consists of 5 schools, including 3 elementary schools, 1 middle school, and 1 high school, serving students from early childhood through 12th grade. While the district as a whole performs at a middle-of-the-pack level, there are some standout schools that deserve attention.

Brown Elementary School is the highest-ranked elementary school in the district, outperforming the district and state averages in several test score categories. It also boasts the second-best student-teacher ratio among the elementary schools. In contrast, William D Miller Elementary lags behind the other elementary schools in the district. At the middle school level, Carl T Renton Junior High School stands out as the highest-ranked school in the district, with strong performance on 8th grade PSAT tests.

Across the district, there are some areas of concern, such as high chronic absenteeism rates ranging from 24.8% to 42.7%, and a lack of racial diversity, with the student population being predominantly white. The district also spends between $13,890 and $15,452 per student, with the elementary schools receiving the highest per-student funding. Overall, the Huron School District appears to be a relatively average-performing district, with room for improvement in addressing attendance and diversity issues, as well as exploring how its funding is allocated to support student outcomes.

District Detail

 32044 Huron River Dr
New Boston, MI 48164-9282

 (734) 782-2441

SchoolDigger Rank:
221st of 606 Michigan districts

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Grades served: PK, KG-12
Students: 2,541

Primary Schools: 4
Middle Schools: 2
High Schools: 2
Alternative Schools: 0

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SchoolDigger data sources: National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Department of Education, the U.S. Census Bureau and the Michigan Department of Education.

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