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The Pioneer High School Boys Varsity Baseball team has the highest GPA in Division 1 and the highest GPA of any baseball program in the state. See the results here: 2015 Team Academic All-State-3 Jerry Holley is head coach, and Henry Crosby and Ben Siller were …

“It is inevitable in life to have distractions and hardships, but we will move past them. We will look down on the storms and know we can conquer them. As eagles, we will continue to dream big and press towards the mark, to reach the goal as shown in our prosperous sports and test scores,” says Skyline graduate Nia Willis.

Left to right: Rob Casalou, Class of 2016 wellness champions, and Jeff Bradley. As the only student-led comprehensive high school wellness initiative in the area, Skyline High School’s SkyWell is forging some new territory when it comes to promoting wellness and advocating for healthy choices …

Huron Music Department receives rare honor

June 5, 2015 // 0 Comments

The Huron Symphony Orchestra under the directory of Timothy Krohn will perform at next year’s Michigan Music Conference. The Huron High School Music Department recently received some great news from state music organizations. MSBOA (The Michigan School Band and Orchestra Association) has named three Huron …

“Your adjustment to the unexpected and uncontrolled defines your life. It can bring great joys never contemplated. When life puts a roadblock in your path, paint it your favorite color, build a hang glider out of it and soar into a new future,” Pioneer English teacher Shawn Ashley tells the class of 2015.

Story and photos by Jo Mathis AAPS District News Editor Eastern Michigan University’s Convocation Center was the setting for Huron High School’s 47th commencement, an inspiring two-hour ceremony that honored each graduating River Rat setting sail for new adventures. The 368 seniors walked to their …

“Being around students who love what they do so much, and teachers who love what they do so much, and see them get fulfillment in that when that aren’t necessarily getting fulfillment out of you know financial success or recognition, that meant a lot to me,” Community High School graduate Julian Stockton says about what Community means to him.

The weather was perfect on the evening of May 29 when Pioneer High School held its prom at Michigan Stadium. Students enjoyed dinner, dancing, touring the locker room and tossing footballs on the field—something not on the typical high school prom agenda. Photos by Jo …

“There isn’t any job they can ever have that isn’t going to involve some kind of writing,” Ann Arbor Ypsilanti Regional Chamber representative Donna DeButts explains why the Skyline Writing Center was chosen to win an Exemplary Educational Endeavors Award.

Sam Stern is a social studies teacher at Pathways to Success.    Photo by Jo Mathis. Sam Stern was born, raised and has continued to pursue his education in Ann Arbor. Stern began teaching in Ann Arbor Public Schools after earning a bachelor’s degree in …

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