Points of Pride
  • Newsweek/Daily Beast Magazine rated our school as one of the top public high schools in the United States four years in a row.
  • Henry Ford II was named one of the nation's most academically challenging high schools by the Washington Post.
  • Henry Ford is one of the top performing schools in Macomb County for the sixth straight year.
  •  HFII currently ranks in the top 5% of all Michigan High schools.
  •  Recognized as a Blue Ribbon School in 2004.
  •  U.S. News & World Report ranked Henry Ford II an Outstanding National High School in 1999.
  •  The Michigan Department of Education recognized Henry Ford II High School as an Exemplary High School in 1985.
  • HFII’s graduation rate is 94.1 percent.
  • Starting in ninth grade, HFII students are offered 23 Advanced Placement courses.
  • Our Advanced Placement course offerings continue to increase with student demand. HFII currently has more than 1,000 AP course enrollments involving nearly 650 students.
  • Teacher Mark Julien was honored by the Milken Family Foundation as one of the country's top teachers in front of the entire school.
  • The American Red Cross honored Ford II students for sponsoring Southeastern Michigan’s most successful school blood drive, with a total of 241 units donated.