Community and Enrichment
Our mission is to Support, Supplement, and Complement our K-12 program, while providing educational services to our community at-large. We do this through our four main components:
Early Childhood & School-Age Child Care
- We offer a full range of early childhood programs which includes Stepping Stones, a full-day for three year olds, Junior Kindergarten, a full-day for four years olds and Traditional Preschool, a half-day program for three and four year old children.
- We were one of the first school districts in Oakland County to offer the Great Start Readiness Program (GSRP), a state-funded full-day Preschool program for four year olds which provides tuition to families who qualify based on socio-economic factors.
- We are widely recognized as having one of the best early childhood programs in Oakland County using the HighScope curriculum endorsed by Oakland Schools.
Adult Education & English as a Second Language
- We consistently meet and exceed state standards in our Adult Education/ESL program and have one of the highest enrollments in Oakland County.
2022 Summer Camp
Summer Camp Flyer Here
Summer Camp Online Registration Here
All you need to know about 2022 Summer Camp
- Ages 3-13 seperated by age, young campers must be potty trained
- Located at Gretchko Elementary
- Pick Your Own Dates format (do not have to register for all week)
- M-F for 7 weeks June 27 - August 12 (omit days 7/4, 8/1, 8/2, 8/3)
- Camp Time: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
- Before Care: 7 - 9 a.m. (optional)
- After Care: 3 - 6 p.m. (optional)
- All Staff are WBSD Employees
- Campers will participate in:
- West Bloomfield Township Public Library's Summer Reading Program
- Art projects with Young Rembrandts
- Yoga & Mindfulness with West Bloomfield Youth Assistance
- Karate with True Martial Arts
- Fields Trips to Lily Pad Springs Splashpad and Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum
- On-site Assemblies and MORE!
view & register for Spring 2022
We provide activities and services for tots to seniors. Our varied and exemplary programs promote life-long learning as a means to success and fulfillment.
We are proud of being distinguished as the 2013 “District of the Year” by the Oakland County Community and Adult Educators for our outstanding community education programs and services.
Community Education is a self-sustaining department that is funded through:
- Tuition & fees
- State & federal grants for our ESL program
- Early Childhood grants for low-income families
Profits generated from our activities flow back into the General Fund of the School District, thereby further enhancing WBSD’s educational programs.