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Detroit Service Learning Academy Adds New Location! Now DSLA will extend their academic excellence, commitment to community and passion for teaching to the Redford Community. The 62,000 square foot building sits on 6 acres of land and provides DSLA with a second location.
DSLA’s leadership has now expanded to include a team of passionate, intellectual, disciplined young men affectionately called the Foundation Builders. This group of gentlemen by definition are role models both in their personal and professional lives.
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DSLA Receives $65K Grant!
The purpose of the grant is to expose and increase computer-coding skills to Elementary students. The free pilot program will begin with 5th grade students this fall.
Detroit Service Learning Academy is now under new management. Elite School Management is owned and operated by Maurice Evans.
Tamiko Powell-Johnson is the assistant principal of Junior Academy at Detroit Service Learning Academy. Mrs. Powell-Johnson has experience at the elementary and middle school levels as a teacher,
This year the Technology Department has introduced the new Primary Computer Lab. The lab was designed specifically for kindergarten through second grade.
DSLA understands that students love technology with this in mind the Digital Cafe' is a welcome addition to the campus. The Cafe' has ipods, a Mac lab, digital e-readers, ipads, an x-box kinect, a beverage service and much more.
Here are the top 10 reasons why parents choose the Detroit Service Learning Academy. For registration information or for a tour contact our Pupil Accounting Office at 313.541.7619 extension 1138.
Detroit Service Learning Academy is among a handful of schools to "Beat the Odds" according to a study by the Michigan Department of Education.