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.
University Liggett School will present the work of professional artist, painter and alumnus Josh Moulton ‘96 at a special Art Opening Reception on Wednesday, Nov. 7 at 6 p.m. Moulton’s work will be on display through November 30 as part of University Liggett School’s 2018-19 Guest Artist Series in the Manoogian Arts Wing. Registration for this event can be completed at www.uls.org/JoshMoulton.
Homecoming day was also an occassion for remembrance as we unveiled the placard recognizing the George Thanasas Scholar-Athlete Award in the new Boll Campus Center. Family, friends, coaches and faculty gathered just outside the Fruehauf Gymnasium to dedicate the sign, with remarks delivered by Boys Varsity Soccer Coach David Dwaihy and Head of School Bart Bronk.
University Liggett School celebrated the athletic achievements of Susie Mascarin Keane '82, Katherine Riddle Miller '96, CR Moultry '99 and David Backhurst, Faculty/Coach Emeritus at the 2018 Alumni Athletic Hall of Fame Ceremony in the new Boll Campus Center.
Join us for an evening with New York Times best-selling author and columnist, Jessica Lahey, on Monday, October 22, 2018 at 7 p.m. in the University Liggett School Auditorium.
Jessica Lahey inspires audiences with her rallying cry to allow children to experience failure as an integral part of becoming successful, resilient and self-reliant adults. Her breakthrough manifesto, has become essential reading for parents, educators and coaches.
Jessica is internationally recognized as an expert and thought leader on how parenting styles affect students’ motivation, learning and resilience.
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.