Skyline is great! My kids enjoy going to school there, and their teachers have been very supportive and caring.
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Posted by a parent on 11/19/13
Our daughter was in the first graduating class and I would say that the post from the other student would be similar to what she said to us. She is an exceptional student, but still struggled with some bad teachers. She also said that the few good teachers were the minority there. What was most frustrating
... Read more to her was the politics that the teachers and administration would play. It only got worse with playing sports. Unfortunately due to AAPS being so big, once our children went to middle school, you just feel like a number. Read less
Posted by a parent on 09/06/13
Cold, confining environment. Bureaucratic administration. Terrible academics; the administration gets annoyed when you try to test out because they fear becoming a "focus school." A few good teachers, but they are the minority. Students are treated as a number.
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Posted by a student on 07/30/13
skyline high is an excellent school the part I love about it is that there are 14 students per a classroom which means that the students get more one on one time with the teacher. Also the teachers are great as well as the students. The extracurriculum is amazing and my daughter just loves it.
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* In 2011-2012 Michigan used the Michigan Merit Examination (MME) to assess students in grade 11 in reading, writing, math, science and social studies. The MME is a standards-based test, which means it measures how well students are mastering specific skills defined for each grade by the state of Michigan. The goal is for all students to score at or above the state standard.
Students per teacher:
Number of classrooms:
Phys Ed, Vocational Education, Health, Business and Technology
Soccer, Golf, Swimming, Tennis, Water Polo, General, Cross Country, Volleyball, Football
Social Studies / Social Sciences
Psychology, Social Studies / Social Sc
Chinese, German, Latin, French, Spanish, Foreign Language
Choral, Orchestra, Band
Journalism, English / Language Arts
Early Childhood Special Needs, Hearing Specialists, Speech/Language Pathologists
Fine Arts, Drama
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AP classes are college-level classes offered at the high school level. Once a student completes an AP class and passes a final comprehensive examination conducted by the College Board, the student earns college credit for the course. AP classes are specific and not to be confused with other higher-level classes such as honors classes.
"Extended day" programs where the school day is extended before and after school to accommodate working parents. These programs should not be confused with common after school clubs or athletic activities.
Gifted and Talented
A school system may identify 10% to 15% or more of its student population as gifted and talented. A brief description of each area of giftedness or talent as defined by the Office of Gifted and Talented:
general intellectual ability or talent - high intelligence test score (usually two standard deviations above the mean), and high levels of vocabulary, memory, abstract work knowledge and abstract reasoning;
specific academic aptitude or talent in one area such as mathematics or language arts;
creative and productive thinking, the ability to produce new ideas;
leadership ability, the ability to direct individuals or groups to a common decision or action;
visual and performing arts, special talents in visual art, music, dance, drama, or other related studies;
psychomotor ability, such as practical, spatial, mechanical, and physical skills.
Vocational and/or technical courses offered within a comprehensive school, usually a senior high school.
Special Education Classes
A school or program within a school that provides services and training to students with moderate to severe mental and/or physical disabilities.
Adult Education Classes
Programs offering GED or equivalent courses for adults within regular schools, whether classes are held during evening or daytime schedules.
English as Second Language
English language classes for students whose first language is not English.
Ann Arbor schools — Skyline High School is located at 2552 N Maple Rd, Ann Arbor MI 48103. 2552 N Maple Rd is in the 48103 ZIP code in Ann Arbor, MI The school district for Skyline High School is the Ann Arbor Public Schools. Skyline High School is a Public school that serves grade levels 9 - 11.
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