About Plymouth-Canton Educational Park
Canton High School, 8415 Canton Center Road, Canton MI 48187
Plymouth High School, 8400 Beck Road, Canton MI 48187
Salem High School, 46181 Joy Road, Canton MI 48187
Three Schools - One Park -- serving the communities of Canton Township, Plymouth, Plymouth Township, Northville Township, Salem Township and Superior Township -- Plymouth-Canton Community Schools is located in the state of Michigan, U.S.A. Watch this video, 'The P-CEP Experience 2013'
The Plymouth-Canton Educational Park (P-CEP), a 305 acre campus site in western Wayne County, is the home of three large comprehensive high schools—Canton, Plymouth and Salem High Schools. Completed in 2002, the buildings house 280 teachers, counselors, administrators, human services, learning specialists with a student population totaling more than 6,200 in grades nine through twelve.
Every student will master the knowledge and skills necessary to be a productive citizen and lifelong learner. The unique environment at Plymouth-Canton Educational Park supports academic excellence, personal success and community participation.
Educational Excellence = Student Success
E² = S²
Intellectual growth, physical and emotional health, awareness of one’s responsibility to self and to the larger community, including preparation for the world of work, are essential elements of this belief. Through the school’s formal instructional programs, its specialized human and materials resources and with the commitment of students to be active participants in the learning process, the mission of P-CEP can be accomplished.
Park facilities include laboratories, practice areas and a large auditorium for the performing arts and modern laboratories for the sciences, business, life management and technology education.
Found in all three buildings are Library Media Centers, with Internet access, and Counseling & Guidance Centers that provide all students with college and career information.
Athletic facilities include swimming pools, gymnasiums, and an 8,000-seat football and field events stadium. While each school has its own interscholastic athletic teams, other activities such as band and drama are combined as Park programs.
Instructional technology in all classrooms enhances student learning and links students to distant learning resources. The Park is also home to the student run radio station: 88.1 FM ThePark.