Welcome to Novi Community Education!
Community Education extends the concept of public education beyond the traditional K-12 program. Learning and enrichment opportunities are offered to residents of all ages, educational backgrounds, and socioeconomic levels. Before and after school child care is available for students attending our five elementary schools. The PT (Pre-Teen) Club is available before and after school at Novi Meadows for students in grades 5 - 8.
Information about youth/adult enrichment programs, summer school, Preschool, Adult Education (High School Completion), English as a Second Language (ESL), C.A.R.E. and aquatic programs can be found using the links on the top right hand side of this page. Thank you for visiting our website! Our staff looks forward to serving you when you register for a program.
Bob Steeh, Director of Community Education
Dedicated to benefit everyone through lifelong learning.
Educating an Entire Community
Novi Community Education offers day and evening enrichment courses for people of all ages. Program areas include: academics, physical fitness, swimming, arts and crafts, recreation, computers, music, preschool and summer school. The Community Education Department continues to research new class ideas and instructors.
Novi Community School District buildings and facilities are used extensively by the community. Novi Community Education and the Novi Parks and Recreation Department work closely together sharing ideas to better serve the community. Local organizations can make arrangements to use district buildings and facilities during non-school hours.
Click here to download a Facility Use Form. Forms must be returned to Joann Mueting in the Novi Community Education office. For more information, please call (248) 675-3432 or email email@example.com.
Hopefully we can find joy in the lessons that we learn
Game gave Novi, Brighton students an opportunity to be part of something bigger than themselves
From our family to yours, best wishes for a wonderful holiday season and a new year filled with peace and happiness
District employees collected food to help feed hungry families in Oakland County
First graders learn about sign language during Hearing Differences Month