Cranbrook consists of a wide-spanning campus in Bloomfield with a Graduate Academy of Art, contemporary art museum, houses and gardens, natural history museum and pre-kindergarten through 12th grade independent college preparatory schools. Cranbrook provides diversified education services as well as art education to not only students but the surrounding community. It was founded by a Detroit philanthropist couple, George and Ellen Booth, in 1904. Tours can be arranged through the main office, but you must get a guest pass from security if you want to take pictures.
- Hours: Office hours: Mon - Fri, 7am - 4pm. The campus gates are open Monday through Friday from 5am to 7pm.
- Handicap Accessible: Various forms of accessibility
- Founding Date: 1904
- Parking: Free lot, Valet
- Number of students: 2300
- Public/Private: Public
- Financial aid: Yes
- Religious affiliation: none
- Accreditation/licenses: Recognized nationally for academic excellence, Cranbrook Kingswood Upper School has been named an Exemplary School by the U.S. Department of Education.