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By Jeff Barr/weloveannarbor.com All freshmen have adjustments to make when entering high school, but Skyline senior drama student Amanda Wilhoit faced more than most four years ago. Not only was Wilhoit entering a new school, she had just come into a new country. Having lived …

How would you like to immerse yourself in the culture of Argentina, France, Ireland, Italy, or Spain? Maybe you want to spend a semester at sea while you work on different research and service projects for local governments? Or perhaps you want a unique internship …

By Jeff Bar/wloveannarbor.com When the Skyline Anti-Bullying Club revives its once-monthly meetings in the coming days, it will be just one in many initiatives that school administrators, teachers and students have undertaken to face the issue of bullying head-on. Skyline junior Brynne Bolick, 17, has …

Don Packard, Pioneer High School English teacher

November 8, 2017 // 2 Comments

By Jo Mathis/AAPS District News Editor Ann Arbor native Don Packard grew up on the northwest side of town and attended Newport, Forsythe, and Pioneer. Following his 1983 high school graduation, he made the long journey to West Quad as a University of Michigan freshman. …

The Skyline High School Theater will present William Shakespeare’s beloved “Romeo and Juliet”—the timeless story of young love caught between the feuding families—this weekend, October 27, 28 and 29.     Claire de Vries as Juliet The play features Claire de Vries as Juliet; Jalen Steudle as …

Video and photos by Jo Mathis/AAPS District News Editor   Huron High School wrapped up a week of homecoming activities with an all-school pep rally in the dome gym Friday afternoon. The fun came on the heels of Tourist Day; Athletic Day; Wacky Hat Day; …

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