St. Peter Lutheran Church and School 17051 24 Mile Rd, Macomb, MI48042 On February 20, 1882, 19 members of Immanuel Lutheran Church formed St. Peter Lutheran Church and School. The present…More church at the corner of 24 Mile and Romeo Plank Roads was dedicated in 1973. Services are held on Saturday, Sunday and Monday and Bible study is offered at the grade school and adult level. The school is one of the largest in Michigan and boasts some 570 students from preschool through eighth grade. With an average class size of 23, St. Peter's students receive individual attention from their teachers and score consistently higher on their MEAPs than their peers in neighboring school districts. In addition to learning core academic subjects, students are also instructed in music, physical education, computers and the Lutheran faith. St. Peter Lutheran Church and School youth also meet at His Rock, the youth ministry building located across 24 Mile Road.
Sequoyah Elementary School 18500 24 Mile Rd, Macomb, MI48042 Home of the Thunderbirds, Sequoyah Elementary School is one of 12 elementary schools in the Chippewa Valley School…More District. A Michigan Green School, the students and staff at Sequoyah have a strong recycling program and are committed to reducing their carbon footprint. As of November 2010, the school completed the full installation of SmartBoards into its classrooms and teachers consistently work to use the latest technology in their lessons. Accredited by the North Central Association, Sequoyah has committed to help students improve their math, reading and comprehension and writing skills across the curriculum in coming years. Each year, the school hosts a book fair and Santa Shop, at which students can purchase new reading material and gifts for family and friends, respectively. Students learn core subjects such as math, science, social studies and language arts as well as specials such as music, art and physical education. An active PTO and various student clubs and extracurricular activities are also available for students and parents.