Romeo Community Schools District is located in northwest Macomb County. We are located mostly in Washington and Bruce Townships and also in parts of Shelby, Armada, Ray, Oakland, and Addison Townships.
The Village of Romeo is the center of the District. We consist of five elementary schools, two middle schools, one senior high school, and the Romeo Engineering and Technology Center.
Our district has a history of successful graduation rates, student achievements, A.C.T., and Michigan Educational Assessment Program (MEAP) scores. Romeo High School has been part of the North Central Association accreditation program since 1930. All elementary and middle schools made Adequate Yearly Progess (AYP) during the past school year and participate in the State of Michigan's school improvement program.
Child Development Department
It is the mission of the Romeo Community Schools to provide quality educational programs that meet the needs of every student.
Our students have available to them numerous enrichment programs. The programs supplement a strong, basic curriculum that emphasizes reading, writing, mathematics, and science. The following programs are representative of our offerings:
- Advanced Placement Courses
- Math-Science Centers
- Science Olympiad
- Social Studies Olympiad
- K-12 Comprehensive Guidance and Counseling Program
- Clue Me In Reading Program
- Math Pentathlon
- Geography and Spelling Bees
- S.E.R.V.E. Program
- Student Council
- National Honor Society
- S.A.D.D. and Drama Club
- A wide range of athletics, both interscholastic and intramural
Parents in Our Schools
Romeo Community Schools has a long history of active parent involvement. Parents are an integral part of study groups involved in such areas as population growth, redistricting, and school improvement teams.