Ingham Academy

Ingham Academy is a day treatment program for court adjudicated youth that is operated by three agencies - Ingham County Circuit Court, Ingham Intermediate School District, and Highfields. Ingham ISD provides the educational program for children placed in the Academy by the Ingham County Circuit Court. Highfields provides behavior treatment and support to the program. This partnership between the three agencies has been in effect since 2007, providing these high risk students a path to learning the life-skills necessary to be productive members of society while earning a high school diploma.

The academic program is aligned with the Michigan Merit Curriculum.

Further information about the Ingham Academy may be obtained by contacting Denise Lycos at 517.244.1354 or 517.342.2695.


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October 1, 2021
Ingham County Health Department Statement on Local Health Orders in Educational Settings

LANSING, MI – In regards to current local health orders in educational settings, please see the following statement from Ingham County Health Officer Linda Vail and the Ingham County Health Department:

August 26, 2021
Ingham Academy Celebrates Graduation

On July 28 before an overflow crowd on the grounds of the Ingham County Family Center, the Ingham Academy, the day treatment program for the 30th Circuit Court’s Juvenile Division, celebrated the graduation of four of its students. 


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Denise Lycos
Director, Emotionally Impaired and Adjudicated Youth Programs


1601 West Holmes Road
Lansing, MI 48910


Phone: 517.342.2692
Fax: 517. 882.2155