The student population at Cranbrook schools is 1,581. This visualization illustrates the percentage of students pursuing undergraduate studies at the Cranbrook Academy of Art by specialty. The retention rate measures the number of first-time students who began their studies the previous fall and returned to school the following fall. Traditionally, the Cranbrook School also has an exchange program with the Cranbrook School of Kent, a boarding school in Cranbrook, Kent, England, in honor of George Booth's legacy. Cranbrook Kingswood accepts just under half of the applicants, placing it in the 25% of the most selective high schools in the United States.
During the summer months, Cranbrook schools offer a variety of day and boarding programs on their campus. The most common occupations for people with a degree in one of the five most specialized specializations at the Cranbrook Academy of Art are architects, except landscape and naval (111,671 people), graphic designers (98,929 people), other managers (92,638 people), high school teachers with 26 elementary grades (76 124 people) and other designers (75 284 people). The Cranbrook Children's School, which began operating in 1927, was designed by world-renowned Finnish architect Eliel Saarinen. Cranbrook Schools is part of the Cranbrook Educational Community (CEC), which includes the Cranbrook Institute of Science, the Cranbrook Academy of Art and Cranbrook House and Gardens. In 1923, Booth founded an Episcopal church to serve the fledgling Cranbrook community, as well as surrounding communities.
This chart shows the status of full-time versus part-time enrollment at the Cranbrook Academy of Art (in red) compared to similar universities. In 1985, Cranbrook School and Kingswood School merged to create a blended higher school, the Cranbrook Kingswood Upper School. This graph compares the average net price of the Cranbrook Academy of Art (in red) with that of other similar universities. Students enrolled in full-time graduate programs are usually white women (41.3%), followed by white men (21.4%) and Asian women (4.76%). Any student studying in the United States on a temporary basis is classified as a non-resident alien, and the proportion of those students is shown in the table below.
Architecture critic Paul Goldberger of The New York Times called the Cranbrook campus one of the best campuses ever created in the world. Interestingly, 7 degrees were awarded to women at the Cranbrook Academy of Metal Art with 26% of Jewelry Arts, which represents many times more than the 0 men who obtained that same degree. Cranbrook Schools is an elite educational institution located in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. It is renowned for its rigorous academic standards and its commitment to providing students with a well-rounded education that prepares them for success in college and beyond. With a student population of 1,581 and an acceptance rate of just under 50%, it is one of the most selective high schools in America.
The school offers a variety of day and boarding programs during summer months as well as exchange programs with other schools around the world. Cranbrook Schools also offers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate degrees from its five specialized departments: Architecture; Graphic Design; Other Managerial; High School Teacher with 26 Elementary Grades; and Other Designers. The average net price for attending this prestigious institution is comparable to other similar universities. Furthermore, 41.3% of full-time graduate students are white women while 21.4% are white men and 4.76% are Asian women. The legacy left by George Booth continues to be honored through his founding of an Episcopal church to serve both Cranbrook community and its surrounding areas. Additionally, Paul Goldberger from The New York Times praised this campus as one of the best ever created in the world. Cranbrook Schools provides an excellent educational experience for its students through its rigorous academic standards and commitment to providing them with a well-rounded education that prepares them for success in college and beyond.