Troy is a thriving city located north of Detroit and near Sterling Heights, Rochester and Bloomfield Hills. With I-75 running through Troy, it’s easy to commute all throughout the metro Detroit area including downtown which is about a half-hour away if you work in the city or just want to catch a sporting event or concert. Heading down I-75 will get Troy residents to Royal Oak which is a major hot spot for a night out or a day trip shopping and catching a movie. Royal Oak is also home to the Detroit Zoo which is perfect for taking the kids to. CNN Money recently ranked Troy 22nd on their "Best Places to Live" in the U.S. list and the city is consistently considered one of the safest locations in the state of Michigan.
• Boulan Park Middle School was ranked better than 97.9% of the middle schools in Michigan.
• Boulan Park Middle School is ranked 2nd out of the 4 middle schools in Troy.
• There are 39 full-time teachers
• The ratio between teachers to students is 19.
• In any given school year, there are approximately 740 students
The Troy School District expands across over half of the city of Troy with the remainder of its students attending the nearby Avondale School District, the Warren Consolidated Schools and the Birmingham City School District. The Troy School District educates approximately 12,000 students. There are:
• 12 Elementary Schools
• 4 Middle Schools
• 3 High Schools
Boulan Park Middle School
3570 Northfield Pkwy.
Troy, MI 48084
Principal: Jo Kwasny
Troy School District
4400 Livernois Road
Troy, MI 48098
Phone: (248) 823-4000