Dundee Community Schools
|Dundee Community Schools|
|Type and location|
|Superintendent||Dr. Bruce Nelson|
|Students and staff|
|Athletic Conference||Lenawee County Athletic Association|
|Colors||Blue & White|
|District area||101 mi² (261 km²)|
Dundee Community Schools is a public school district in Dundee, Michigan. The district includes all of the Village of Dundee; most of Dundee Township, parts of which are served by the Britton-Macon, Summerfield and Ida public school districts; the westernmorst portion of Raisinville Township; part of southwestern Exeter Township, including a small westerly strip of the Village of Maybee; and the southerly portions of London and Milan townships. The district consists of four schools on one main campus just north of M-50, with the alternative school located several blocks away.
- Dundee Elementary School
- Dundee Middle School
- Dundee High School
- Dundee Schools are most known for its Wrestling programs. Dundee High School wrestling has been a top program in the state of Michigan since 1995, where they won the first of four consecutive Division 4 State Wrestling Championships. They have also produced many H.S. Individual State Wrestling Champions as well.
- Monroe County Intermediate School District (2009). "Monroe County Educational Directory (2009–2010)". Retrieved February 23, 2010.
- Michigan Department of Information Technology (March 2008). "Monroe ISD public school boundaries". Retrieved February 23, 2010.
- Dundee Community Schools (2009). "Dundee Community Schools: Alternative Education". Retrieved February 22, 2010.
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