Admission

Enroll Now - Apply Online

Riverside Academy is now accepting applications online for the 2020-21 school year.

Our admissions process involves four steps. If you need help or have questions about the status of your child’s application, please reach out to our Academy’s Admissions Manager to assist you (Phone: 313.624.3600 Email: [email protected]) If you’re having challenges with the online application tool, please visit the SchoolMint for Families for additional technical support or contact the Academy.

Submit Application

Submit your child(s) application online through the application tool. Please click on the following link to complete the first step.

Application Review

After completing the first step, our Admissions Manager will review your child’s application. Once the review is completed and your child’s application has been accepted, we will notify you by the communication preferences that you selected on how to proceed with the next step.

Complete Registration

Once your child’s application has been accepted, you will be asked to complete registration forms to finalize your child’s enrollment at our Academy. These forms will help identify certain information to better serve your child.

Student Orientation

We will contact you to schedule a date and time for you and your family to visit our academy for student orientation. Due to COVID-19, school visitations are limited for your safety and our staff.

Frequently asked questions

At Riverside West Academy we’re driven by providing the family as a whole with information. If you still have unanswered questions please view our Frequently Asked Questions section below. If your questions still haven’t been answered we’d love to hear from you. Feel free to contact us directly.
Riverside Academy West is a tuition-free public school academy located in Dearborn, MI. Riverside Academy West offers middle and high school grades 6-12. Riverside Academy West educators are fully certified to teach by the Michigan Department of Education. Riverside Academy West is authorized through Central Michigan University and governed by a public school academy board of directors.
Students have until the age of 21 to have all course work complete in order to graduate with their high school diploma.
High school students at Riverside Academy have access to counselors that support them when it comes to preparing for college. This includes resources for scholarships, financial aid, campus tours, enrollment applications, and more. Every year, Riverside Academy invites counselors from all over the State of Michigan to visit our Academy and recruit students.
No. All course material should be provided to students once he/she logs into his/her courses, which included all support material and programs. Riverside West Academy has made arrangements with software and major publishers to ensure all our students have legal access to the resources necessary to complete their course work.
Applications can be submitted online HERE. If you don’t have an account through our online application system SchoolMint, please Sign Up first. If you need assistance in completing this application, please contact our main office during normal business hours, M-F from 7:45 am-3:45 pm via Phone: 313.624.3600 or Email:[email protected]
Our Academies are a tuition institution free for Michigan residences!
Students at Riverside Academy have the opportunity to begin in their freshmen year through senior year to be a dual-enrolled student at a local college or university. They will earn credits for both high school and college, as well as having experience in a college setting prior to being a full-time college student.
The law in Michigan governing compulsory student attendance requires a parent, legal guardian, or other person having control or charge of a child age six to sixteen to send the child to school during the entire school year, except under the limited circumstances. Please make sure your child is dropped off to school every day and on on-time.
The Academy seeks to provide every child, regardless of national origin or native language, quality, and meaningful educational instruction. Each students is evaluated on his/her English language proficiency. Consequently, students who are English Language Learners (ELLs) are provided instructional services through ELL programs which are designed to meet each students unique needs.
Students have the opportunity to join a number of athletic programs, student council, academic games, and robotics clubs. We offer afterschool programming and a number of programs lead by the Parent and Family Involvement Group for students.
Seniors participate in a mandatory Capstone Project by selecting an area to research and hands-on experience by shadowing a careered professional that offers mentorship and experiential learning. Students present these projects to their fellow students and staff.
Student transcripts are evaluated on a course by course basis. Student credits can be transferred to our institution as long as they meet our graduation requirements. Foreign transcripts must be translated and evaluated before submission to the Academy.
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