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Topics related to education, instruction, teaching, and learning in the City of Cadillac, Michigan are the focus of this category.

For the most part, this will consist of websites representing schools and instructional programs within the city, whether operated by a public school system, religious body, or as a private entity.

Cadillac Area Public Schools is a public K-12 school district that operates Lincoln Elementary School, Franklin Elementary School, Mackinaw Trail Middle School, Cadillac Junior High School, Cadillac Innovation High School, and Cadillac High School, as well as an elementary school in nearby Boon.

Also headquartered in Cadillac, the Wexford-Missaukee Intermediate School District serves most of Missaukee and Wexford counties, coordinating the efforts of local school districts to offer vocational career training.

The largest private school in Cadillac is St. Ann School, a Catholic school with more than two hundred students in pre-kindergarten through the sixth grade. Catholic Heritage Christian School offers a non-denominational curriculum for students from PK-12th grade, typically graduating from three to twelve students each year. Northview SDA Christian School is a 1-8th-grade Seventh-day Adventist school, and Noah's Ark Christian School is a non-denominational school for students in pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, and the first grade.

The Cadillac Institute of Cosmetology is a teaching salon in downtown Cadillac that trains general high school students to become cosmetologists through a partnership with the Wexford-Missaukee Intermediate School District. Training is also available to adult students on a tuition basis.

These, and any other schools or training programs in Cadillac, Michigan are appropriate topics for this category, as well as other sites focused on topics relating to education within the city.



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