Check out Dorsey Schools in the News. Catch up with recent press releases from Dorsey Schools to learn more about what is happening in our various campuses and our local communities. Dorsey Schools is committed to providing our students with quality career training. Furthermore, we are committed to the local Michigan communities we serve. For over 85 years, Dorsey Schools has been a trusted name in Michigan. As a Michigan-based school, we take great pride in preparing our graduates for promising new careers here in the Great Lakes state. We invite you to learn more about Dorsey Schools by reading more below in each individual post.
Dorsey Schools acquires Great Lakes EMS Academy and to offer EMT/Paramedic Training in West Michigan Area Dorsey Schools, a trusted name in career training and education in Michigan since 1934 recently announced that they have acquired Great Lakes EMS Academy in Grand Rapids. As the longest standing career training school,... Read more
Dorsey Schools Donates Oral Health Kits to Downriver School during National Children’s Dental Health Month February is National Children’s Dental Health Awareness month. First observed as a one-day event in Cleveland, Ohio in 1941, the American Dental Association held its first observance of Children’s Dental Health Day in 1949 and... Read more
The COVID-19 pandemic had financial impacts on many throughout Michigan in 2020. Among them include students pursuing post-secondary education. Many have been faced with new challenges on how to provide for themselves and their families while maintaining their status as a student during a global pandemic. The CARES Act, passed... Read more
Dorsey Schools wins the Detroit Pistons Game Changer Award from the Auburn Hills Chamber of Commerce On December 7, 2020, the Auburn Hills Chamber of Commerce recognized outstanding individuals and companies for their achievements and announced the winners of their annual Silver & Gold Awards. These awards honor leaders and... Read more
Dorsey Schools Moves Classes Online to Serve Needs of Students and Local Healthcare Industry As we are all doing our part to slow the spread of COVID-19 in Michigan, many have had to adapt to how we now approach education in our state. Local K-12 students have traded their school... Read more