Macomb Charitable Foundation 18215 24 Mile Rd, Macomb, MI48042 The Macomb Charitable Foundation was created to help children living at or below the poverty line in Macomb County. The…More nonprofit charity is operated by volunteers from Cracklewood Golf Club, where the foundation is headquartered. The foundation provides financial assistance for items such as food, cothing, rent/utility assistance, vehicle repair and educational assistance to local families and their children. The foundation accepts monetary donations and benefits from Kroger Rewards, VG Receipts and the sale of MCF logo bags.
L'Anse Creuse High School North is one of two high schools in the L'Anse Creuse school district. In addition to its…More strong academic and athletic programs, High School North also strives to emphasize the importance of community service. Students are required to complete 40 hours of community service prior to graduation and during the year; student organizations raise thousands of dollars for local charities and scholarships. North students actively volunteer for the Red Cross, Relay for Life, Soldiers of Iraq and various tutorial programs.
Home to an internationally recognized band program, L'Anse Creuse High School North also offers 22 athletic programs ranging from freshman to varsity teams. Numerous advanced placement courses and dual enrollment opportunities are available for students who are college bound, and programs at the district's Frederick V. Pankow Center give students the opportunity to learn and apply real-world skills in technology, medicine, community education and the performing arts. High School North is also a national blue ribbon school.
Seneca Middle School 47200 Heydenreich Rd, Macomb, MI48044 Seneca Middle School is one of four middle schools in the Chippewa Valley School District. The present building was…More completed in 2007 and sits at the corner of 21 Mile Road and Heydenreich. Home to the Jaguar football, basketball, track and volleyball teams, Seneca also boasts numerous student organizations that have been recognized locally for their community service. Through its fund-raisers, the Optimist Club and Student Council have raised thousands of dollars for local charities. The student council also regularly sponsors Seneca's dances, donut sales and Spirit Week. In past years, Seneca students have participated in academic competitions such as the Geography Bee, Spelling Bee, Optimist Club Oratorical Contest and Michigan Math League. In addition to core subjects such as math and science, Seneca also offers students the opportunity to unleash their artistic talents in band and choir and expell their energy in physical education. The band and choir programs have received first division ratings at the Michigan State Band and Orchestra Association Band and Orchestra Festival and the Michigan School Vocal Music Association Choral Festival, respectively.