Feb 05

Report Cards

Good day parents, The Henry Ford Early College would like to take the time to provide you with a very important information:

Third Card Marking (Semester 1) report cards will be mailed home this week.

If you need any more information please call the office @(313)317-1588

Feb 03

2015-16 Legal Announcements Now Available

The law requires the Dearborn Public Schools to provide parents or guardians a set of legal announcements containing information on laws pertaining to students and parents. The updated version of these announcements is now available on the district website, www.dearbornschools.org. All parents and guardians are encouraged to take a moment and review the document. If anyone is in need of translation assistance to review the document please contact the Student Services Office at 827-3005

Jan 25

HFEC is Accepting Applications

We are a unique five year early college program.  Students will have the opportunity to attain both a high school diploma and a two-year Associate Degree in five years with little or no cost to the student or parent.  Apply Here…

Health Care (Open to Wayne County applicants)

The Henry Ford Early College program is specifically for students interested in entering the health care profession.

HFEC allows students to become acquainted in several health care careers by attending Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit.

9th & 10th graders have rotations in various areas and gain experience by providing services to patients, families, visitors and staff. They have exposure to individual participation and responsibilities in the real world of health care services and actively participate in a series of educational seminars regarding the total hospital community. Students also participate in clinical intensives (job shadowing) in 10th grade.

Advanced Manufacturing (Open to Dearborn Residents)

The history of Michigan has always been, and continues to be, tied to the manufacturing of products. A global economy, technology, and the demand for new types of goods has changed the manufacturing process and the skills needed by those working in the field. Today’s workforce needs to be well educated, problem solvers, capable of being PI team, and have the ability to take on a variety of assignments.

We provide students with the opportunity to learn experience, and achieve the level of education required, not just to get a job, but to start a career in the new technology or manufacturing field. Starting in the ninth grade and ending in grade thirteen, students will be able to complete six years of education in only five years. Students can earn both a high school diploma and a two year college degree or earn a – as that could lead to immediate employment. All of this is provided at little or no cost to students or parents!

Jan 12


Tutoring Schedule for Early College AND Advanced Manufacturing

After School Tutoring 2pm – 3pm

Before School Tutoring, please check with teacher

ECON, GOVERNMENT, WORLD AND US / LANGUAGE ARTS Mr. Rummel Mr. Rummel/ **check in advance for availability Mr. Rummel Mr. Rummel/ **check in advance for availability

Mrs. Dillon

(**Biology preferred)

Mrs. Dillon

(**Language Arts preferred)

MATH Mr. Hartzer Mr. Hartzer
MATH Mr. Riley Mr. Riley Mr. Riley Mr. Riley
CHEMISTRY/ BIOLOGY Mrs. McKenzie Mrs. McKenzie Mrs. McKenzie/ **sometimes
PHYSICS/ ANATOMY Mrs. Smykowski Mrs. Smykowski Mrs. Smykowski/ **most Fridays
ECON, GOVERNMENT, WORLD AND US HISTORY/ ALGEBRA 1, 2, AND GEOMETRY Mrs. Ajami – (before & after school) Mrs. Ajami- (before & after school)
LANGUAGE ARTS – STEVENS Mrs. Stevens Mrs. Stevens



all week long during school, by appointment after school all week long during school, by appointment after school all week long during school, by appointment after school all week long during school, by appointment after school

Dec 11


Good day Parents, The Henry Ford Early college would like to take the time to provide with very important information regarding the second card marking. Report cards will be going home with students today Dec. 11,2015. Please make sure you check with your child to insure that they have their report cards so you can talk together about their academic progress.

if you need any more information please call the office @(313)317-1588


Oct 16

Henry Ford Early College

Attention Henry Ford Early College Parents:
Parents Teacher Conferences will be taking place on Tuesday, October 27th from 3:30-5:45 and Thursday  October 29th from 4:00-6:15.

Report cards will be handed out to parents the night of conferences

If you have any questions please contact the school office.

@ 313-317-1588

Thank You

Sep 19

HFHS Flu Vaccine

All employees, staff and students are required to have a seasonal flu vaccination by December 1, 2015.  The only exceptions are those who have medical or religious reasons for declining the vaccination.  There will not be an opportunity to decline and wear a mask during the flu season this year.  Noncompliance is grounds for termination of participation in the HFHS portion of the HFEC education.

Flu Shots are free at Employee Health.  Early College students MUST be accompanied by a parent AND bring their HFHS Badge, Monday – Friday, 7am – 5pm.

If you decide to go to outside of HFHS Employe Health, meaning another HFHS Facility, doctor, local drugstore, etc., it is your responsibility to make sure it is in the Early College office NO LATER than, Friday, November 20th, in order for it to be approved by December 1st.

Attached are the declination forms that must be submitted to decline the flu vaccine, one for medical and one for religious.  If a staff member or student declines, this form must be submitted by the deadline.

HFHS Flu Religious Exemption Form and HFHS Flu Medical Exemption Form

Only the Henry Ford form is acceptable for declination purposes under the revised Employee Health Screening Policy 4.10. Hand-written notes, personal letters and the like will not be accepted.

Once completed and signed by their physician or religious leader, the form must be submitted to Employee Health. These persons don’t need to wear a mask during the flu season.

Those who have a documented medical reason not listed on the form are advised to contact Employee Health. Calls should be directed to:

  •           Karen Karwowski at 313.916.6140 for Henry Ford Hospital and Health Network, 1 Ford Place and Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital.

Forms may either be dropped off in person at Employee Health or faxed. The Fax number to Employee Health is:  313.916.5040