Alpena High School is a Class A high school for students in grades 9-12 located in Alpena, Michigan. Alpena High's scool colors are green and white and the mascot is the Wildcat. During the 2004-2005 school year there were over 1,600 students attending AHS. The current building was opened in 1967. The school had an addition in 1998-99 where a new wing ("G House") and a few other classrooms were addad. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alpena High School"
Anchor Bay High School is a four year secondary school located in Fair Haven, Michigan ( Macomb County) and is part of the Anchor Bay School District. ...more on Wikipedia about "Anchor Bay High School"
Arthur Hill High School is located in Saginaw, Michigan. The student population is approximately 1550 students, with an average of 57% attendance. ...more on Wikipedia about "Arthur Hill High School"
Bishop Foley High School is a co-educational Catholic High School affiliated with the Archdiocese of Detroit. Founded in 1965, it is named for the first American Bishop of Detroit, John Samuel Foley. It is located in Madison Heights, Michigan and has an enrollment of 450. Recent school closures within the arcdiocese, however, will likely lead to an increase in students for the high school. It is governed by an advisory elected Board of Education, but the final power rests with the President, who is always the pastor of one of the school's two founding parishes; St. Dennis Church in Royal Oak, or Guardian Angels Church in Clawson. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bishop Foley High School"
Black River Public School is a college preparatory charter school located in Holland, Michigan with a young history. In the community, it is known for its small class sizes, its emphasis on experiential education and independent thinking. The school currently encompasses grades 1st through 12th. ...more on Wikipedia about "Black River Public School"
Brother Rice High School is a Catholic all-boys non-residential college prep school located in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, although it was once located in Birmingham, Michigan's school district and is still often called "Birmingham Brother Rice". It was founded by the Congregation of Christian Brothers in 1960 and named after their founder Edmund Ignatius Rice. The school maintains high academic standards, approximately 655 students, and one of the most successful athletic programs in the state, with 45 state chamionships. Their head football coach, Al Fracassa is the all time wins leader in Michigan high school football history with 354 wins and has been National Coach of the Year. The school was the site of a labor battle in 2004 and 2005 when a small group of teachers attempted to compel the school to unionize its teaching program. However, a state court ruled that that state labor and union boards have no jurisdiction over private schools. While the efforts to form a Union seemed to be in vain, the efforts did force former Head of School Mr. Ed Kowalchick to leave the school. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brother Rice High School (Michigan)"
Cass Technical High School is a high school in Detroit, Michigan. It is one of three public high schools in Detroit for which middle school students must take an exam in order to earn a spot in the school. Originally founded as an institution for young men to learn woodworking and metal trades, it enjoyed a close relationship with the Detroit auto industry for many years. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cass Technical High School"
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Traverse City Central High School is a public high school in Traverse City, Michigan, located at 1150 Milliken Drive. The principal is Michael Murray. ...more on Wikipedia about "Central High School (Traverse City)"
Community High School (CHS; nicknamed "Commie High") is a public alternative school serving grades 9–12 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA. Located on a 3.2-acre site at 401 North Division Street near the Kerrytown district of shops, CHS today enrolls approximately 450 students. ...more on Wikipedia about "Community High School, Ann Arbor, Michigan"
Cooley High School is a secondary school located in Detroit, Michigan which resides within the Detroit City School District. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cooley High School"
Cranbrook Kingswood is a private, K-12 school located in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit. Founded in 1904 by publishing mogul George Booth, Cranbrook Kingswood is part of the Cranbrook Educational Community, which also includes Christ Church Cranbrook, the Cranbrook Institute of Science, the Cranbrook Academy of Art, and Cranbrook House and Gardens. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cranbrook Kingswood School"
Detroit Catholic Central High School is a private, Catholic, all-male college preparatory high school in Novi, Michigan. It is operated by the Congregation of St. Basil and staffed by Basilian fathers and lay teachers. Enrollment is currently 960 students, drawing from across the suburban Detroit area. The school was founded in 1928 in Detroit, and was located in several different locations before moving to the current facility. The school colors are royal blue and white, and the athletic teams are referred to as the Shamrocks. The school has long had a reputation of excellence both academically and athletically — numerous National Merit Scholars graduate from CC every year, and Shamrock teams have won multiple state championships in football, ice hockey, baseball, and cross-country. ...more on Wikipedia about "Detroit Catholic Central High School"
Detroit Country Day School (DCDS, DCD) is a private, secular school located in Beverly Hills, Michigan, northwest of Detroit. ...more on Wikipedia about "Detroit Country Day School"
The Detroit School of Arts, originally known as the Detroit School for the Fine and Performing Arts, is a blue ribbon high school located in Detroit, Michigan. The school offers majors in the disciplines of vocal, instrumental, dance, journalism, and speech. To be accepted as a student, applicants must audition for one of these majors. ...more on Wikipedia about "Detroit School of Arts"
Flint Central High School, located in Flint, Michigan, USA, is the city's oldest school. Built in 1923, it was called Flint High School until Northern High School was built in 1929. ...more on Wikipedia about "Flint Central High School"
Fordson High School is a secondary school located in Dearborn, Michigan, USA. It was completed in 1928 on a fifteen-acre parcel of land which was then the village of Fordson. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fordson High School"
Grand Rapids Catholic Central High School is a Catholic high school located in downtown Grand Rapids, Michigan. The first private co-educational high school in the country, it was founded in 1906 by the Diocese of Grand Rapids so that those attending grammar school at local parishes could continue their education. ...more on Wikipedia about "Grand Rapids Catholic Central High School"
Grosse Pointe North High School is a high school in Grosse Pointe Woods, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit. The school opened in 1968. It is a member of the Grosse Pointe Public School System. The principal is James Steeby. As of 2005, about 1500 students are enrolled at GPNHS. ...more on Wikipedia about "Grosse Pointe North High School"
Groves High School, full name Wylie E. Groves High School, is a high school in Beverly Hills, Michigan, in the Birmingham School District. Groves' colors are green and white and nickname is the falcons. Groves' intra-district rival is Seaholm High School. The two schools compete together as Birmingham Unifed in boys lacrosse. Birmingham Unified is the only public school team to have won the state championship. All other winners have been private schools. ** Girls swimming won state championships in 1998, 2004 and 2005. ** Boys swimming won state championships in 2004 and 2005. ...more on Wikipedia about "Groves High School"
Howell High School is a public high school (grades 9-12) serving the city of Howell in the U.S. state of Michigan. It is part of the Howell Public Schools district. As of 2005 the enrollment of the school is approximately 2,600 students, including approximately 600 ninth graders that attend the adjacent Howell High School Freshman Campus. ...more on Wikipedia about "Howell High School"
The Interlochen Center for the Arts is situated in Interlochen, Michigan, USA, on a 1,200 acre (5 km²) campus, and comprises (in order of founding): ...more on Wikipedia about "Interlochen Center for the Arts"
The International Academy (or IA) is a high school located in the city of Bloomfield Hills, Oakland County, Michigan. It is a public, tuition-free, school of choice for students of 11 Oakland County school districts collaborating in consortium with university and business partners. Commencing with ninth grade, it provides a unique blend of rigorous academic standards and practical, career-related learning throughout the 205-day school year. Featuring the world-recognized International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme as the centerpiece of its curriculum, it concentrates on preparing students for success in a global marketplace. ...more on Wikipedia about "International Academy"
* Lakeland High School is located in White Lake Township, Michigan. As of 2005, the principal is Mr. Robert Behnke. Lakeland High School is located in the Huron Valley School District. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lakeland High School (White Lake Township, Michigan)"
Lee High School is a high school in Kent County, Michigan and is part of the Godfrey-Lee Public Schools school district. In 2005 it had an enrollment of 352. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lee High School (Michigan)"
This is a list of high schools in the state of Michigan. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of high schools in Michigan" There's a bit of http://www.shortopedia.com in all of us. High_schools_in_Michigan
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