Frequently Asked Questions


All students will have access to computer workstations that have been provided by Michigan Connections Academy, at our facility, during regular school hours.
We are currently accepting applications for students going into grades 6-12. We are also offering graduate programs in addition to the regular DHA on ice programs, as well as co-op opportunities for students and families that are interested in both on-line courses as well as traditional courses at their current school. Having access to our ice rinks and workout equipment at all times of the day is a great convenience for students. The Detroit Hockey Academy is also very flexible with unique player schedules and needs.
Yes, presentation is very important and all Detroit Hockey Academy students will adhere to a professional dress code policy. Students will have the option of wearing their Academy issued polo shirt with khaki pants or their Academy issued track suit.
The Detroit Hockey Academy strives to provide an experience that matches your players needs. From an athletic standpoint, your player will have access to trainers, ice and gym facilities at any time of the day. If your player has completed their studies for the day, they are welcome to gear up and hit the ice again, or the weight room, or just relax and spend time with other students or instructors. The athletic sessions are not just another group practice, the time spent with trainers is spent working on specific, individual skill development. It’s not about waiting in line to do a drill, it’s about optimizing your on-ice time with the best instruction you can get.
Sorry, we currently do not offer any bussing options.
Breaks will follow the same schedule of the public school systems.
Absolutely, that is one of the greatest aspects of being part of the Detroit Hockey Academy. Not only is your student getting unprecedented on and off ice training, but if the student needs to miss school for tournaments, family functions or illness, they can simply login from home and complete their academic work on their own schedule.