City and School Park
1st Annual Cotillion Ball Group
2015 Basketball
Computer Aided Learning
Heart Flower Box
Culinary Arts
Music Production
Football Huddle
Football Close Up
Football Practice 2013-2014
Cinco de Mayo 2014 Pinata
Project Work

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River Rouge Schools

your schools of choice!

Unlimited openings in grades K-12
For more information,
call 313-297-9600, option 2.
Enrollment Information and Applications

Open enrollment available from
April 13, 2015 to September 11, 2015


For transportation assistance please call Ms. Jhoanna Guerra at

Route Map

Transportation Request Form

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Transportation [PDF] Updated 01/29/201586.63 KB
2015 High School MME Transportation Update 3/3/2015 to 3/4/2015 [PDF]79.6 KB

From the Superintendent

Genius is divine perseverance. Genius I cannot claim nor even extra brightness but perseverance all can have.” Woodrow T. Wilson

It has been a moment since my last letter to the community and I do not want anyone to believe it has been due to negligence or my taking anything for granted. Our priorities have not shifted and we have been working diligently to provide a quality educational experience for our children and to eliminate the...

Derrick R. Coleman

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About the District

River Rouge School District is an open public school district serving the entire city of River Rouge. The district encompasses 1.77 sq mi of the city of River Rouge, bordered by Detroit, Ecorse, and the Detroit River.

River Rouge is a city in Wayne County in the U.S. state of Michigan and an industrial downriver suburb of Detroit. The population was 7,903 at the 2010 census. It is named after the River Rouge (or Rouge River from the French "Rouge" meaning red), which flows through a portion of the city into the Detroit River.

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