Headquartered in the Fisher Building of the New center area of Detroit, Detroit Public Schools extends all over the city of Detroit, Michigan, originated in 1842 and high school students in the provincial city of Highland Park. It provides services to approximately 50,000 students by making it the leading school district in the state. It comes under the governance of a state-appointed Emergency Manager since 2009 who has powers to make unilateral changes and can take all the financial decisions. The mission of Detroit Public Schools is to provide a beneficial and educational experience to every student and prepare them to be ready for their college and career and make them qualified to compete in the global market. An entire child approach is promoted by the district that combines superior academics with socio-emotional, extracurricular, and health services tailored to the needs of each individual student. It comprises almost 106 schools across the state and educates almost 50,000 children.