- Volunteers from the community help AAPS students participate in the Hour of Code
- Ann Arbor Open teacher Chad Downs wins $25,000 national Milken Educator Award
- Haisley teachers’ supportive friendship models the importance of relationships for their students
- Profile: Before heading to Holy Cross, Pioneer’s Lowder has a few things to cross off his to-do list
- Lawton students applaud longtime volunteer on her 90th birthday
Huron’s Chamber Orchestra learned about baroque musical style and history from a member of Apollo’s Fire, a world-famous music ensemble.
C-SPAN journalists talked with Clague, Skyline and Pioneer students about news media and politics.
Success isn’t the only reason why the Huron track will be renamed after him next spring. It’s the relationships he’s formed over the years.
The High School Nation bus tour stopped at Pioneer High School on Oct. 2, delivering opportunities for students to interact with music — and a large donation.
Overall, fans spend around $1 million during U-M’s football season to tailgate at Pioneer High School.
A Pioneer student and two Skyline students designed the winning book covers for the annual Kerrytown BookFest contest.
The Trailblazers are a group of 60 seniors who volunteer daily at AAPS elementary buildings.
This year, Bach, Burns Park and Pattengill elementary schools, along with Clague Middle and Skyline High School, are welcoming new principals. Learn about them here!
Thanks to the generosity of IMRA America Inc., a beloved treasure of the Ann Arbor Public Schools will be in use for current and future generations of students and families.
Pioneer High School celebrated its 45th Commencement Ceremony June 6, 2013 at the Eastern Michigan University Convocation Center.
Congratulations to Huron High School’s Class of 2013! The River Rats held their commencement ceremony at Eastern Michigan University’s Convocation Center on June 6.
Community High School is a unique high school, and its graduation ceremony is unique too.
When Brittany Daniel stepped up to the podium to give her speech, she could not hold back her tears.
After four years of the program’s academic guidance and college preparation, they had become scholars, and they knew they could rise to whatever greatness they aspired.
The AAPS Homebuilding Program has plenty to celebrate.