OUR MISSIONFlexTech High School
prepares students for life after high school by ensuring that they have the skills and confidence to surmount any challenge that life hands them by thinking critically, collaborating, and advocating for themselves. FlexTech students gain these skills by engaging in relevant coursework that is tailored to their interests and futures, coursework that is also grounded in meeting the requirements of the Michigan Merit curriculum and helps them to develop academically and in so many other facets of their life.READ FOUNDER’S MESSAGE
MAKERSPACEMakerspaces are community studio spaces where people gather together to build, share resources, experiment with new tools and technologies, tinker, and create. MAKERSPACE
At FlexTech, we pride ourselves on offering a variety of learning experiences for students, all of which lead to meeting the standards of the Michigan Merit Curriculum.ACADEMICS
It’s time we update our approach to education to match the world that students will face when they graduate high school—a world that emphasizes critical thinking, collaboration, and creativity.ABOUT US
The administration at Flex Tech listens to parents, and is always looking for opportunities to make the school better. The teachers at Flex Tech are very accessible to both students and parents.
CHARLOTTE TESLAK 12TH GRADE PARENT
The curriculum is designed around my son’s strengths and his weaknesses. It has everything he needs to graduate including flexibility. The teachers are so supportive of my son. They want him to succeed and do everything they can to see his successes. It’s the BEST move we made concerning his schooling.
CYNDI CONFLITTI 12TH GRADE PARENT
My daughter loves attending Flex Tech because it’s a smaller school with smaller class sizes, a very comfortable atmosphere and the students receive individualized attention from the teachers.
My son loves attending Flex Tech. He feels there is not as much stress and he likes the small classes because they are less overwhelming. The approach to learning is a lot different, which he likes because not everyone learns the same way.