Taylor School District
Welcome to the Taylor School District
The Taylor School District is committed to providing a safe, nurturing learning environment. All stakeholders work together to make students our first and most important priority.
Our goal is for all students to be successful. As such, we are focused on improving student achievement at all levels. Data is used to guide decisions that will ensure students recieve the best opportunities for learning.
This school district is poised and ready to movein a bold, new direction that will have a positive impact on every student attending our schools.
We are pleased to present you with the District Annual Education Report (AER) which provides key information on the 2012 -2013 educational progress for the Taylor School District and our schools. The AER addresses the complex reporting information required by federal and some requirements of state laws: however, our staff is available to help you understand this information.
Please contact Assistant Superintendent, Teresa Winnie, if you need assistance.
The Taylor School District is a suburban middle class community southwest of Detroit in Wayne County, Michigan. It covers an area of approximately twenty-five square miles and, in addition to Taylor, includes parts of neighboring communities (Brownstown, Dearborn Heights, Inkster and Westland).
In Wayne County, the Taylor School District ranks fifth in student population.School buildings include eight elementary schools, one 6th Grade Academy, two middle schools, two high schools, a career technology center and an alternative education facility.
Taylor Schools has 596 full time faculty, including 22 school administrators and 14 district administrators. We also have 148 support staff including 62 teacher's aides.