Schulze Academy for Technology and Arts

10700 Santa Maria Street, Detroit MI, 48221-2334

Phone: (313) 340-4400 • Fax: (313) 340-4401

Principal: Angela Kemp

About Us

Schulze creates a program of excellence for every child through its African-centered, technology-rich learning environment. Offering grades PreK-6, Schulze has a team of highly qualified teachers who empower all students to become successful problem solvers prepared both academically and socially to thrive in a global society.

Apple and HP!

The well-rounded curriculum at Schulze incorporates a technology-rich environment with state-of-the-art equipment available in every classroom.  Schulze has a Computer Lab that enables students to become acquainted with both HP and Apple programs so that students have the proper skill sets to operate either program in their academic and professional careers.


STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) Academic Games, Honors Club. Triple Crown Recipient, Michigan First Student and Family Banking/Credit Union, PASCA, Sphinx Violin, Steppers/Drill Team, Re-Tooling Reading Tutors, Boy Scouts, Partnership with Hartford Church, Garden Club, Choir, Media Center, Student Response Systems, Study Island, Brain Pop, Chess Team, Music, Living Art, Bible Club, Basketball (3-8), Cheer Team, Baseball, Racquet Up Detroit,  Principal’s Club, Spelling and Math Competition, After-School Tutoring/Extended Day Program, Accelerated Reading/Math, Student Government, Reading Corps Volunteers Program, Scientific Learning, Michigan’s Integrated Behavior and Learning Support Initiative (MiBLSi), Apple Ipads, Mac Books, IMac Lab,  SMART Tables, Interactive Smart Boards, Slates, TI Nspire Calculators with Navigator System, Brain Pop, PC Computers, and More.

Our Vision

Schulze Academy is an educational community that welcomes active partners in developing high performing learners. Students at Schulze will receive an exceptional education from highly qualified teachers while being immersed in a technology-rich environment. The Schulze Academy Staff is committed to providing individualized data driven instruction to ensure all of our students are at or above proficient levels on standardized assessments.

Our Mission

Schulze creates a program of excellence for every child. All students are empowered to become successful problem solvers, academically, and socially prepared to function in a global society. Schulze provides a quality technology-based experience where all children excel through a rigorous curriculum and high expectations will be set, preparing students for the next grade level and beyond.

The Name We Honor

Our school was named after the donation of land from Mr. Frederick J. Schulze. The school has been transformed into Schulze Academy for Technology & the Arts on behalf of parents, students, community and school board members.

About the Principal

Mrs. Angela Kemp is the new leader at Schulze Academy and she is genuinely committed to continuing the successful work of transforming Schulze Academy into a 21st Century school. Mrs. Kemp has had the privilege of working for Detroit Public Schools as a Middle School Math Teacher, A Mathematics Curriculum Leader, an Assistant Principal, and now as Principal. After joining the Schulze Family as Assistant Principal last school year, Mrs. Kemp was able to work closely with the community and school partners such as Hartford Memorial Church, Boy Scouts of America, Michigan First Credit Union, PNC Bank, Project Healthy Communities, and several faith-based organizations. As the building leader, Mrs. Kemp understands the importance of a positive school climate and culture that motivates ALL students to strive to achieve their highest level of success!

Commitment to Student Success

Schulze Academy provides individualized data driven instruction to ensure all of our students are at or above proficient levels on standardized assessments. The school climate and culture is devoted to guiding students toward reaching their full potential while visualizing themselves as future leaders. The commitment to our students’ success is supported by staff members, full time counselors, social worker, psychologist, speech therapist, instructional coaches, full-time nurse, and special education providers.

Uniform Requirements

PreK-6th: Navy Blue pants, skirts, or skorts. White, Light Blue, or Yellow button-up shirts.

Bell Schedule

  Morning Afternoon Half Day
Mon–Thur 8:30 AM 3:40 PM 11:45 AM
Friday 8:30 AM 2:50 PM