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The Forest Brook homes for sale in Canton, MI are located at the south of Palmer Road and east of Sheldon Road in the 48188 zip code. The front exterior offers a charming curb appeal with brick paver walkway to the covered front porch on these beautiful colonial homes. Entry has ceramic tile floor that flows into the formal living room that boasts a large picture window and light hardwood floors. The gorgeous formal dining room with tasteful neutral decor is overlooking the living room. Enjoy family time infront of the cozy brick fireplace in the spacious family room. Put out a good book or enjoy an afternoon tea in the fabulous sun room. The bright and cheery kitchen has astounding granite counters, ceramic tile floors, shaker-style cabinets, and a doorwall leading to the patio for easy entertaining. Fall in love in the master suite that offers enough room for two sitting areas, while the master bath has numerous features to brag, such as, granite topped vanity, custom tiled shower with extra deep tub, and huge walk in closet. Sits in close proximity to the Canton Public Library and Summit on the Park.
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The Forest Brook homes for sale in Canton, MI are located at the south of Palmer Road and east of Sheldon Road.
Located 1.7 miles via Palmer Road, the Haggerty Meat Market is a grocery store that specializes in ethnic cuisine from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, the Middle East and Africa. Haggerty Market stocks meats, vegetables, legumes, dry goods and other foods and spices. his grocery store specializes on selling fresh meat from Halal meats and deli to exclusive hand slaughtered Halal Amish Poultry, Haggerty Meat Market sure does have it. They also sell Indian and Pakistani groceries as well as fresh Asian produce. Fresh cut baby goats and lambs with USADA approvals, can also be found here. The store has a special customer loyalty program which gives customer discounts of 5%-10% on purchases of meat and grocery.
Holiday Market, located 2.0 miles via Palmer Road and S Lilley Road, serves top-quality grocery products including national brands and Spartan brand. They also have exciting specialty products from around the world. Holiday Market offers a range of services that allow for one-stop-shopping convenience. The grocery store is divided into different departments, as - bakery, Beer & Wine, The Bread House, Cheese, Coffee & Tea, Dairy and Frozen, Delicatessen, Floral, Liquor, Meat and Seafood, Produce, Sushi and Wood-Fired Bistro. This is a specialty market that includes bakery, wedding cakes, cheese shop, catering department, wine, meats, seafood, breads, gluten free, soy products, and British foods. The aisles are bursting with high-quality selections and skilled staff who specialize in customer service. In a single stop, you can shop all of the specialty shops housed within Holiday Market and find all the items you need for that special occasion.
Restaurants and fast food chains that are situated along Cherry Hill Road are easily accessible from the Forest Brook Subdivision, located 1.4 miles via S Sheldon Road are Domino's Pizza, Chin Express, Showbiz Pizza Place, Jet's Pizza, Hungry Howie's Pizza, Red Olive, Dairy Queen, China House, and Big Apple Bagels.
Parks and recreation facilitate social interactions that are critical to maintaining community cohesion and pride. A walking distance of 0.4 mile via S Sheldon Road is Freedom Park. This is more than just a disc golf course it features amenities such as an athletic field, basketball court, horse shoe pits, inline skate rink, pavilion, pedestrian path, pickleball courts, playground, pond, tennis courts, volleyball, and woodland.
Summit on the Park, just 1.1 miles via Palmer Road and Summit Parkway, provides a welcoming environment for all ages and abilities, and has long been the center of recreational activity in Canton. Summit on the Park features a lot of amenities that Canton residents enjoy, namely, Aquatic Center (a fun-filled water environment), Fitness Center (has over 30 pieces of cardiovascular fitness equipment, over 40 pieces of strength equipment, a stretching area, and plenty of natural light.), Health and Wellness (provide useful information about fitness programs, classes and events throughout all of Leisure Services.), Gymnasium, Banquet and Conference Center, Kid's Corner Child Care and room rentals.
In addition to a great variety of stores and shopping opportunities in the shopping centers, the sheer number of sales and special offers by mall retailers is unmatched by any other sales environment.
Kohl’s is located 2.3 miles via S Sheldon Road. This is a department store retail chain that was founded in 1962. It is the second largest department store by retail sales in the United States after Macy's. In 2007 Kohl's began selling a diffusion line from designer Vera Wang called Simply Vera. Since then it has also sold diffusion lines from a number of other high-end designers including Narciso Rodriguez and Peter Som. In 2015, Kohl's opened a test store built around selling only returned, yet still like new clothing, home goods, jewelry and accessories. The store, promptly called Off Aisle by Kohl's, will sell items at a marked down price, and all sales from the store will be final. Kohl's uses a "racetrack" aisle that circles the entire store, a technique borrowed from discount stores.
3.5 miles via Palmer Road and S Lilley Road, Marshalls is a chain of off-price department stores owned by TJX Companies. Marshalls is U.S.'s second largest off-price family apparel and home fashion retailer, behind its sister company, T.J. Maxx. Marshalls stores offer current-season, brand-name and designer goods for men, women, teens and kids at incredible prices everyday.
In an increasingly digital world, the role of libraries as community and cultural centers at times are undervalued, and occasionally under fire. When shrinking municipal budgets combine with the nonstop technological revolution, public library services that focus on building community face-to-face, inspiring and educating patrons about art, literature, and music, and helping patrons engage in civil discourse can seem quaint. But it is precisely those shrinking budgets and the onslaught of technologically mediated life that make public libraries’ cultural and community offerings more important than ever. Located 1.4 miles via Palmer Road is the Canton Public Library. This library serves more than 90,000 residents of Canton Township, it is the busiest single-branch library in the state, containing approximately 270,600 unique titles and 307,300 total materials. Canton Public Library has murals painted on the walls, art installations that make tentative debut and becomes beloved landmarks within the library. Canton Public Library was established in 1980 and employs over one hundred people in full-time, part-time, seasonal and on-call positions.
The Forest Brook homes for sale in Canton, MI are located at the south of Palmer Road, east of Sheldon Road, and 5.2 miles west of Interstate 275.
One of the world’s leading non-asset-based supply chain management company is close to the Forest Brook Subdivision, known as, CEVA Logistics. Located 5.4 miles via Palmer Road and Cherry Hill Road, CEVA Logistics offers a range of specialized services including delivering logistical services to the exhibition and the wider events sectors, Asset Recovery Services, fixtures for new retail store openings or store remodeling. CEVA applies its renowned operational expertise to provide best-in-class services across its integrated worldwide network, where the focus is equally on general business and the specialist needs of the automotive, consumer & retail, energy, healthcare, industrial and technology sectors.
There are two school districts that mandates the surrounding schools within the Forest Brook Subdivision - Plymouth-Canton School District and Wayne-Westland School District.
The Plymouth-Canton Community Schools includes 26 schools and serves more than 19,300 students in grades PK through 12.
Bentley Elementary, located 0.7 mile via S Sheldon Road, is a public school that serves students in grades PK-5. Named after popular Michigan educator Carvel M. Bentley, the school opened its doors August 30, 1994 with 480 students in its new classrooms. According to state standards, 73% of students at this school are considered proficient in math and/or reading. In 2014, Bentley Elementary School ranked better than 82.9% of elementary schools in Michigan. It also ranked 6th among 15 ranked elementary schools in the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools District. The school provides academic programs in English, mathematics, social studies and science. Bentley Elementary School also offers various motivational and enrichment programs. The school s library provides a range of books, newspapers and encyclopedias. Bentley Elementary School has an athletics department that offers various activities, such as basketball, volleyball and football. The school also provides classes in health and physical education. Bentley Elementary School has a guidance counseling department for students, parents and teachers.
3.1 miles via Palmer Road and S Lilley Road, Field Elementary School is a public regular school with 391 enrolled students in elementary levels, providing services for grade levels PK-5. In 2014, Field Elementary School ranked better than 52.7% of elementary schools in Michigan. The student/teacher ratio at Field Elementary School is 14.6, which is the 4th best among 15 elementary schools in the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools District.
Schoolhouse Montessori is located 1.8 miles via Palmer Road. This is a private, Montessori school that serves almost 200 students in grades PK-6 and has 5 different curriculum such as Language Arts Curriculum that focuses on the students reading, writing and grammar. Mathematics Curriculum teaches students to master the skills of all four operations (both simple and complex) at an abstract level. They work with decimals, multiples and fractions using Montessori materials and use the bead cabinet to explore powers and square root concepts. History Curriculum bases the study on the timeline of life and of man. Students study great civilizations of the past, the present United States history, and the great state of Michigan. By diversifying the study of history children study in depth the needs of people in different time periods, as they relate to them and society as a whole. Nature and Science Curriculum, the study of science covers the life, physical, and earth sciences. Students study, learn and practice the scientific process and become more adept at planning and presenting projects through scientific research. Lastly, additional subjects namely, foreign language, music (including with recorders), art and physical education. Students also learn basic computer functions, keyboarding and are introduced to Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
South Canton Scholars is situated 1.5 miles via Palmer Road and S Canton Center Road. This is a free public charter school serving more than 600 students from kindergarten through 8th grade. During the middle school years, language arts focus on reading comprehension, writing fluency, and expanding students’ vocabulary. Mathematical concepts and reasoning are expanded to prepare for the rigors of algebra and geometry. Science, history, social studies, and economics round out a comprehensive and challenging curriculum. The students are prepared to confidently transition into and be successful in high school, college, and beyond. In 2014, South Canton Scholars Charter Academy ranked better than 90.9% of elementary schools in Michigan. South Canton Scholars currently offers many different extracurricular activities such as the Journalism Club, Girl and Cub Scouts, after school Spanish, Student Run Credit Union, boys/girls soccer, boys/girls basketball, girls volleyball, boys/girls cross country and girls on the run. On May 2015 a South Canton Scholar Charter Academy teacher is the first recipient of Grand Valley State University’s Teacher of the Year award.
West Middle School is a public school with 855 students serving grades 6-8. Located 5.8 miles via Sheldon Road, the West Middle School follows standards and benchmarks for English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies. Aside from the rigorous curriculum that the West Middle School has, they also have athletics where students are encouraged to join. The athletics sports vary from Girls Basketball, Boys Basketball, Boys and Girls Cross Country, Girls Volleyball, Boys Wrestling, Boys and Girls Swimming and Boys and Girls Track.
Plymouth High School is located on a campus of the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park, 4.9 miles via N Canon Center Road. When the first new high school opened in the present-day Plymouth-Canton Educational Park, the original Plymouth High School was converted into a middle school, dubbed Central Middle School (in conjunction with the more recently constructed East and West Middle Schools). Central Middle School remains a landmark in down town and is still in operation as a middle school as part of the Plymouth-Canton Community School District. When Plymouth opened it only let in Freshmen, and the next year Freshmen and Sophomores, etc. Originally planned to simply remain Plymouth High School, the school's name was changed to Plymouth-Salem High School after Canton opened. Although the school district serves much of rural Salem Township, Salem residents were not necessarily exclusive to Plymouth-Salem. The campus is 305 acres (1.2 km²), although much of this is athletic fields. Students may have classes in all four academic buildings, even though each student is assigned to one "home school" from which he or she is to graduate from and play sports. The school is home to various clubs, the Marching Band, and FIRST Robotics Team. All three Science Olympiad teams qualified for the state level competition in 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2010. Also, Plymouth's 2007 Novice and 2009 Varsity Quiz Bowl teams won the championship in the tri-county area.
2.3 miles via S Canton Center Road is where Canton Preparatory High School is. This school serves more than 800 students from grades 9 through 12. Parents choose Canton Prep for their child’s high school career because of the smaller school environment, the moral focus infused throughout the curriculum, the individualized attention students receive and the high academic standards and rigor that is characteristic of the educational program. Aside from the school's curriculum, they also offer college counseling and academic tutoring. In college counselling, both the students and parents are guided through the post-secondary planning process and to create plans for college or other post-secondary experiences. Academic tutoring is designed in a uniquely supportive environment that encourages the success of all students. The teachers partner with parents to form a cohesive unit of support that guides and inspires students. The school offers free tutoring programs, as well as online learning materials.
The Wayne-Westland Community School District also governs parts of the Forest Brook Subdivision. The district consists of 23 schools, including 17 elementary schools, four middle schools, and two high schools, in addition to an “ultramodern” career and technical training center. The district serves portions of Canton, Dearborn Heights, Inkster, and Romulus, as well as Wayne and Westland. It employs just shy of 1,500 professionals to serve its 14,100 students, and maintains an operating budget of $113 million. Of that budget, roughly 76% comes from School State Aid, and almost 19% is raised through local property taxes, which are levied by 18 mils. The School State Aid allows for per-pupil spending of $7,571, as well as the district’s Adult and Vocational Education programs.
Walker-Winter Elementary School, located 3.8 miles via S Sheldon Road and Michigan Avenue, is a public school that serves 438 students in grades K-4 and was ranked one of the highest independent schools in Canton. Walker-Winter Elementary School students actively takes part in sports and athletics like football, baseball, wrestling and basketball and also has its musical band which actively appears in various sports competitions as a cheer leading. In 2015, Walker-Winter Elementary School ranked better than 68% of elementary schools in Michigan. It also ranked 2nd among 13 ranked elementary schools in the Wayne-Westland Community School District.
Wildwood Elementary School is a public school in Westland, 6.4 miles via Palmer Road. It has 542 students in grades K-4. According to state standards, 53% of students at this school are considered proficient in math and/or reading. In 2015, ranked 4th among 13 ranked elementary schools in the Wayne-Westland Community School District.
Located 7.4 miles via Michigan Avenue, Franklin Middle School is a public school that serves 926 students in grades 5-8. The Franklin Community provides a positive environment that continues to develop pride, respect, a sense of responsibility, academic competence and a desire for quality in the lifelong learning process
Stevenson Middle School is a public middle school that serves more than 850 students in grades 7-8. Located 3.2 miles via Palmer Road, Stevenson Middle School values the following: accepting late work, intervention and enrichment opportunities, multiple opportunities for mastery, the importance of relationships, and individualized instruction. According to state standards, 40% of students at this school are considered proficient in math and/or reading.
John Glenn High School is known as the crown jewel of the Wayne-Westland Community School District’s 23 schools. Located 5.9 miles via Cherry Hill Road, this school opened in 1964 and was named for astronaut John Glenn, who just two years prior had become the first person to orbit the earth. It currently serves approximately 2,250 of the 14,100 students in the Wayne-Westland district, accepting its students from Marshall and Stevenson Middle Schools. With a variety of challenges, opportunities, and experiences each day, John Glenn High School certainly provides a comprehensive education for its student teachers
Wayne Memorial High School is a public school that serves 1872 students in grades 8-12, located 5.7 miles via Palmer Road. At Wayne Memorial High School, students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement course work and exams. The AP participation rate at Wayne Memorial High School is 22 percent. Apart from the comprehensive curriculum that Wayne High offers, it also has different athletic programs such as Cross Country, Soccer, Tennis, Football, Golf, Swimming, Sideline and Competitive Cheer, Volleyball, Basketball, Bowling, Wrestling, Track, and Softball.
Earning a college degree is all about opening up opportunities in life. It prepares an individual, both intellectually and socially, for their career and adult life.
Wayne County Community College has a 117-acre (0.47 km2) western campus located at the corner of Haggerty and I-94, 5.7 miles via S Sheldon Road. The College was established in 1967 by the Legislature of the State of Michigan, and its initial seven-member Board of Trustees was elected the following year. The first operating budget was based on a $1,000,000 grant from the State of Michigan, as well as a $300,000 stipend from New Detroit, Inc., and anticipated student tuition payments at that time. Wayne County Community College District has a variety of course programs that will go towards an Associate’s Degree, or a College Certificate, namely, Accounting, Bio-Medical, Business Administration, Business Analytics, Video and Web Design, Computer Systems, Digital Photography, Electrical Engineering Technology, Logistics Management, and Nursing.
University of Michigan is the state's oldest university which was founded in 1817. Located 15.6 miles via Geddes Road, UMich, frequently referred to simply as Michigan, is considered one of the foremost research universities in the United States, the university has very high research activity and its comprehensive graduate program offers doctoral degrees in the humanities, social sciences, and STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) as well as professional degrees in business, medicine, law, pharmacy, nursing, social work and dentistry. Michigan's body of living alumni (as of 2012) comprises more than 500,000. Besides academic life, Michigan's athletic teams compete in Division I of the NCAA and are collectively known as the Wolverines.
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