The Woodhaven-Brownstown School District is in a suburban community in southeast Michigan located in Wayne County. The school district serves families from both the city of Woodhaven and Brownstown Township. Both municipalities feature culturally diverse populations and strong community values. Twenty minutes south of metro Detroit, there is easy access to major corridors including I-75, I-94, and I-275, allowing for an easy drive to cultural and entertainment centers.
There are approximately 5,000 students enrolled in the eight schools that make up the WBSD. The district includes five elementary schools (grades K-5), two middle schools (grades 6-7 and grades 8-9), and one high school (grades 10-12). The high school serves 1,200 students. The Board of Education, administration, teaching staff, along with the community, hold high expectations for student performance.