Our prekindergarten program uses a self-guided approach to learning that encourages children to draw upon their curiosities, empowers them to ask questions and explore both independently and collaboratively.
K through 5th Grade
Our Lower School challenges and empowers young learners to think critically and solve deeper problems. Our students gather information through research and develop new skills, including thinking skills and problem solving skills.
6th Grade through 8th Grade
University Liggett School's Middle School is a time of transformation — one that embraces challenges, makes connections and guides students on a path of academic and personal growth.
9th Grade through 12th Grade
From the moment they set foot on campus, all of our Upper School students are asked to take ownership of their learning process, accept risks and challenges and discover their academic passions.
LEARNING BY DOING
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Lunch and Learn: Adulting 101
How to prepare your child to fly the nest and land on their feet ... at college and beyond!
Friday, April 26
Noon – 1:30 p.m.
Tarik Ibrahim ’99 Commons
Biz Renick Bracher, Phd., (ULS class of 1987), Director of Courage to Know Seminar Program, Boston College: Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences, will be here on Friday, April 26 to offer advice to parents so that they can encourage their children to become confident, independent thinkers as they grow into adulthood.
Biz will stress the importance of stepping back and letting your children start making their own decisions starting as early as lower and middle school! This will be a very informative discussion for upper and middle school parents especially, but everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend.
University Liggett School will honor professional artist Josh Moulton ’96 in May as the school’s 2019 Arts Hall of Fame recipient.
“I’m honored and excited to come back to University Liggett School for the Arts Hall of Fame,” Moulton said. “It was clear from day one that I wasgoing to be an artist and I never lost sight of that goal. My teachers at University Liggett School helped me to attain my goal, along with my parents, Amy Trevor Moulton and Conrad Moulton, whoworked so hard to send me there.”
Junior Victoria Oritz will represent University Liggett School and perform with a national orchestra at a prestigious music festival in Indianapolis this winter. Ortiz will play violin with the National Honors Orchestra of America at the Music For All National Festival March 13-16 in Indianapolis, IN.
University Liggett School is a private preschool and kindergarten through 12th grade college preparatory school in Metro Detroit that is nationally recognized for its innovative curriculum and arts and athletics offerings.