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FlexTech Mission

FlexTech 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.

Our Story

FlexTech began as a vision and became a possibility in 2009 when a small group of passionate and innovative educators set out to design a high school that could address what they saw as limitations in meeting the needs of all of their students. This school would be one where students would be excited about learning and would acquire the essential skills for success in college, work and citizenship. As the leader of this team, I was determined to create a high school that was not only uniquely relevant to students but also where ambitious and dedicated teachers felt challenged and inspired in their role as program designers. We were all committed to a holistic vision of education that would lead us to discover new ways of teaching and learning.
Happiness is the right school.

Recent News

MI College Month Updates

Due to COVID-19, we have had to make several changes to our usual college month activities. Listed below are the events FlexTech is planning…
Blended Learning Expectations

School is Open for Face to Face Learning for All Grade Levels This Week

After FlexTech was alerted of a positive COVID test for one of our students who attends on Tuesdays/Thursdays, 10th and 12th grade students went virtual for one week. We are now open again for Face to Face instruction for all students on their Flex Days. Read the attachment clarifying expectations for our Blended Learners.
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Counseling Corner Website

The counseling corner website is live!! Visit the website for information on post-secondary paths, SAT prep, Social-emotional assistance and so much more!

Notice of Regular Board Meeting

Board Meeting 9-3-2020 @ 6:00PM Please take notice that there will be a Regular Meeting and a Public Hearing of the FlexTech High School - Novi Board of Directors:
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Open House Wednesday August 12th from 5-7PM

We are exciting to announce our Open House next Wednesday August 12th from 5-7PM. Things will run a bit differently, so please note the following details: 1) We will have everything facilitated virtually this year, and offer in-person support in any phase where we are allowed per the state guidelines. Please contact us to learn more! 2) All visitors must wear a mask and complete a self-screener before entering the building. 3) The Open House will run as a series of staggered tours. Visitors waiting for a tour will be asked to wait outside in a designated waiting area. If you are interested and want to know more about our program and what school will look like this year, this is the perfect opportunity! We look forward to seeing you there!


"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."


"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."


"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."