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Yale High School

Yale, MI

Yale High School’s mission is to establish, develop, and maintain a curriculum that guarantees an educational opportunity for each student in a safe, caring, and creative environment. The school enrolls about 650 students and provides a number of extracurricular programs in athletics and the arts. Football and basketball games are community favorites!

Yale’s student-teacher ratio is 21:1, and their mascot is the Bulldog. 

Yale, Michigan is home to nearly 2,000 residents and is located in the western area of St. Clair County, approximately one hour north of Detroit. The city’s small size provides the feel of a tight-knit community - for example, when someone got a job promotion, the whole community would celebrate! A local Adviser favorite is Blake's Orchard and Cider Mill, about a 30 minute drive from the school. Yale is also unofficially known as the bologna capital of the world, largely due to its Bologna Festival and many bologna distributors.