Why Armada Area Schools

2015/2016 Schools of Choice Information


High School Fine and Performing Arts Program




Achievement                - 96% of our students go on to college

- MA²S has one of the highest average ACT scores in the county

- Highest test scores in county on multiple standarized test

- Highest graduation rate in Macomb County



- Small class size for more personalized learning

- High percentage of parent involvement

- Positive welcoming environment

- Armada Education Foundation has awarded nearly $300,000 in grants



- Armada Conservatory of the Arts

- Macomb Academy of Arts and Sciences

- Renewable Energy Program

- K-12 STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics) curriculum 



 PDF Document2015/2016 District Calendar



     Tuesday, November 3, 2015

  *click here for official ballot language*

Important Press Release

    At their regular Board Meeting held on July 21, 2015, the Armada Area Schools Board of Education approved placing a $4.1 million dollar technology bond issue on the November 3, 2015, ballot.  If approved, the bond issue will not raise taxes and the district does not expect to borrow from the State to pay the debt service on the bonds.  The district will extend their participation in the State’s School Bond Loan Fund program two years from 2028 to 2030.   

    The technology bond would be a significant refresh of the existing technology currently in the district.  District technology items in the bond issue include a network refresh, phone refresh,  wireless network refresh, teacher/staff/student computers and tablets, security camera refresh and additional security cameras, document cameras, document scanners, classroom projectors, printers, calculators, lab headsets, copy machines, high school auditorium equipment, classroom and gymnasium audio upgrades, and security card access readers.


Points of Pride

Armada Area Schools is now partnering with FSU to offer an early college program next fall
Our award winning programs include: Macomb Academy of Arts and Sciences Health Occupations First Robotics Renewal Energy Logo Robotics Band, Choir, Orchestra, and Band Elementary keyboard lab
2013 MEMSPA Outstanding Practicing State Principal of the Year - Kurt Sutton, 2013 Macomb County Teacher of the Year - Kelly Skokna, 2013 MASSP State High School Principal of the Year - Phil Jankowski
Armada senior class earned millions of dollars in scholarships - MA²S seniors achieved the highest average ACT in Macomb County - Krause Later Elementary achieved the highest MEAP scores in the county
NCAArmada Area Schools has been awarded accreditation by the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA CASI), the Northwest Accreditation Commission (NWAC) and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (SACS CASI), the regional accrediting agencies that span the AdvancED global network.