DPSCD authorizes 3 former EAA charter schools

The Detroit Public Schools Community District has issued a charter contract to the Michigan Educational Choice Center (MECC), a charter school that was previously authorized by the Educational Achievement Authority of Michigan (EAA).

The MECC consists of Murphy Academy, Stewart Academy and Trix Academy. All three schools were previously operated by Detroit Public Schools before being transferred to the EAA.

The three schools will be managed by Phalen Leadership Academies. They have a one-year charter contract.

DPSCD also issued new charter contracts to MacDowell Preparatory Academy, Rutherford//Winans Academy and Capstone Academy, which added a third site to serve the Wayne County Juvenile Detention Facility.

Ross-Hill Academy was closed on June 30.

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