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Romulus High School

Romulus, MI

Romulus High School enrolls nearly 1,000 students. Its mission is for all students to become lifelong learners with the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in an ever-changing global society. The school also partners with Wayne County Community College for its Early College program, which allows students to earn a high school diploma and an associate’s degree in a supportive, educational environment.

The school’s average student-teacher ratio is 20:1, and their mascot is the Eagle.

Located southwest of Detroit, Romulus, Michigan is home to nearly 24,000 residents. The city is home to the Detroit Metropolitan Airport and a General Motors plant that first opened in 1975. Romulus also offers a number of parks, including the Romulus Historical Park and Romulus Athletic Center. A favorite local restaurant is Romulus House, where you will often find community members, students, families, and even Romulus' elected officials - all while having limitless options of great food! Advisers also enjoy spending time in Detroit - Romulus students and staff alike spend a lot of their free time exploring the city and enjoying its growth and transformation.