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Dorsey School

Dorsey School


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In 1934, Ruth Dorsey founded the Dorsey School to address the growing demand in business for highly skilled Victor and Burrough's comptometer operators. In its day, the comptometer was the most advanced technology for data tabulation and was widely used into the 1960's.

Today, Dorsey Schools remain committed to preparing individuals for promising career opportunities, technologies, and certifications for the medical, business, legal, and computer fields.

Dorsey Schools serve the Detroit metropolitan area with five convenient suburban locations; Farmington Hills, Madison Heights, Roseville, Southgate and Wayne-Westland.

Dorsey is proudly represented by tens of thousands of successful graduates working in their chosen careers throughout southeastern Michigan.

Mission Statement

Dorsey Schools Offer short term comprehensive training that directly relates to your career choice.

Dorsey Schools provide valuable employment assistance to graduates while serving as an excellent resource for employers in search of qualified employment candidates.

Dorsey Career Services provides employers a cost effective means of recruiting qualified staff.
In addition to arranging convenient interviews, Dorsey Schools will provide dedicated office space to accommodate on-site recruiting and interviewing at any Dorsey location.

Financial Aid

Qualified Dorsey School students are eligible to receive the Michigan Merit Award Scholarship worth up to $2,500. The scholarship is open to all Michigan high school graduates or GED recipients, who have graduated after the year 2000, with eligibility based upon Michigan Educational Assessment Program High School Test (MEAP-HST) scores.

A qualified recipient has up to seven (7) years from graduating or receiving a GED to redeem his/her scholarship money, as provided by the Michigan Merit Award Board.


Age Qualifications:

Education Qualifications:
Requires all students to provide proof of a High School Diploma or GED Equivalency upon acceptance.

Work Experience Qualifications: None

Geographical Qualifications:
Student must be a United States resident and relocate to a Dorsey School Campus upon acceptance.

Program Offerings:   Campus Offerings:
Dorsey School is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools.