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Monday is final day to enroll in Detroit's many speciality schools

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DETROIT (WJBK) -

Monday is the final day to apply for one of Detroit Public School's speciality schools, including those specializing in aviation, foreign language, medical pathways and more.

The schools range from high-achieving elementary schools to specialty programs such as Davis Aerospace Technical High School, where students can learn to fly while taking a rigorous college preparatory curriculum.

Enrollment criteria and application packets are live on the district's website. Applications are open to families of current DPS students, as well as those newly enrolling or attending school elsewhere.

Further information is available at 313-240-4DPS or detroitk12.org/enroll.

DPS Application Schools are as follows:

1. Ann Arbor Trail Magnet Elementary-Middle School
2. Bates Academy
3. Burton International Academy
4. Chrysler Elementary School
5. Clippert Academy
6. Communication and Media Arts High School
7. Davis Aerospace Technical High School
8. Detroit International Academy for Young Women
9. East English Village Preparatory Academy
10. Edward "Duke" Ellington Elementary-Middle School
11. Foreign Language Immersion and Cultural Studies School (FLICS)
12. Frederick Douglass Academy for Young Men
13. Golightly Education Center
14. Ludington Magnet Middle School
15. Marcus Garvey Academy
16. Nichols Elementary-Middle School
17. Paul Robeson-Malcolm X Academy
18. Spain Elementary-Middle School
19. Detroit Rising College Preparatory Schools (3)
20. Benjamin Carson High School of Science and Medicine
21. Detroit Collegiate Preparatory High School
22. Detroit School of Arts

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