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 2552 N. Maple
 Ann Arbor, MI 48103
 Principal: Cory McElmeel


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Announcements for 01-30-15





From the Desk of Principal McElmeel


~New Announcements~ 

Skyline student section is in the final voting round for best student section in the state of Michigan. Please take a moment at least once every hour to vote for our section as the mLive Student Section of the Year. Thanks everyone! Go the the link below to vote:



Congratulations to Willy Clark and Bobby Boyle for being selected as finalists in the National Achievement Scholarship competition. 

Attention students taking an A2 Virtual+ class.

Attending orientation is mandatory. If you have not completed an orientation for second trimester, you must go to room B425 on Monday, February 2nd or Tuesday, February 3rd during any free period in your schedule. The orientation and corresponding activity must be completed by February 3rd. If you have taken an online class through A2 Virtual this school year, you may complete the orientation and activity virtually from the webpage; however, you will need to stop and get the enrollment key from your building liaison. All orientation activities must be completed by February 3rd. Remind your parents that orientation is at 6:30 pm in the Forsythe Auditorium in the evening of February 2nd.

Boys Basketball

 The Boys Basketball teams are home tonight against the Ypsilanti Grizzlies. It will be a tremendous game between two great teams. We hope to see our student section there in full force. 9th/JV games start at 5:30 pm and Varsity is at 7:00 pm.

Skyline Boys Ice Hockey

The Skyline Boys Ice Hockey Team will play against Saline High School tonight at 5:30 pm at Yost Ice Arena.  Come out and cheer on the team!

Skyline Athletic Booster Club

The Skyline Athletic Booster Club invites you to join us for our Annual Gala to benefit the Skyline Athletic Department and All Teams. This fun-filled evening includes student speakers, strolling dinner, cash bar, dancing, silent auction, games with fabulous prizes and a chance to spend some quality time with coaches, teachers, administrators and other Skyline parents. It’s a night you don’t want to miss!

Saturday, February 7, 2015
6:30 PM
Barton Hills Country Club, 730 Country Club Road, Ann Arbor

Tickets are $60 per person and can be purchased online by clicking on the SABC Gala registration link at

Career Night

Want to learn more about career options?  February 10th Huron is hosting a Career Night.   US Department of Labor, Mich. Dept. of Transportation and many local apprenticeship and skilled trades as well as reps from local colleges will be available.  Tour the CTE labs and talk to community businesses members about training you need for their industry. February 10th - 6:00-8:30 at Huron.  Join us!


Men's Lacrosse

Playing Men's Lacrosse this spring? Join us for the Winter Player & Parent meeting, Monday February 2nd at 7pm in the Skyline Commons.  Everything you need to know about the upcoming season will be discussed at the meeting - preseason schedule, conditioning workouts, regular season schedule, fees, volunteer opportunities - and so much more.

Next Monday
 will be the beginning of Spirit Dress up days and those days are: Monday- GROUT out day, which is wearing all gray. Tuesday- Ugly Sweater and Crazy Sock Day, Wednesday- USA/Red, White and Blue dayThursday- Wild World of Animals and Tacky Tourist Day and Friday is SLC Color Day.

AP students

The time to register for the AP exams is here! AP Registration will begin Wednesday, January 28th and run through Friday, February 27th. CollegeBoard has raised the price of exams to $115.00 this year with the $25 non-refundable deposit. Cash or checks made payable to Ann Arbor Public Schools are acceptable forms of payment. Please see Ms. Briana Wade in the 4th floor Innovation Office (B431) anytime between 1:00-3:00 pm.

Reminder Seniors


Financial Scholarship requests for Yearbook and Cap & Gown will be accepted now until February 23rd. Email your request to Ms. Britton at


Writing Center


Are you interested in improving your skills as a writer? Come drop by the writing center in room B3 29 anytime! Student tutors are excited to collaborate with all students. Juniors, this is your time to get a head-start on college applications skills and AP English assignments!



Youth for Understanding

Welcome a YFU International Exchange student into your family next fall! Great exchange sisters and brothers from all over the world are waiting to find out who their host family will be. It's not too late to apply to Volunteer, Intern or Study Abroad with YFU next summer or fall. Teach in China, learn beekeeping in Chile, serve the community in Italy, experience agricultural practices in New Zealand, give your language skills a big boost, and more! If you're ready to host now we have some Skyline students who need homes for the rest of the accademic year. Check or contact Vickie Gaynor, -- 734-929-5554 to find out more.

Please remember in order to get into games for free, you MUST show a valid student id. If you do not have a current student id or family pass, you will need to pay $5 to enter any games at Skyline, Pioneer or Huron. NO EXCEPTIONS! PowerSchool schedule printouts will no longer be accepted. Thank you.

Skyline Parking

We’d like to remind students who drive to school that you must purchase a Skyline Student Parking Pass from Ms. Brewer in the Main Office. Students may only park in the Student Lot. Students' cars found parked in the Staff Lot or the Visitors Lot will be towed at the owner’s expense.

Closed Campus

This is a reminder that Skyline is a closed campus and students are not permitted to leave campus during lunches. Please note that any student who leaves campus is subject to disciplinary action.


Student Arrivals and Departures

Students: please remember that you must be dropped off and picked up at the Student Entrance before and after school each day. No drop-offs or pick-ups are allowed at the Visitors’ Entrance or the Bus Stops. Please note that students who arrive late to school should proceed directly to class as we are no longer issuing hall passes for late arrivals.


Did you know you can access important Skyline announcements online? Find us on Facebook at Skyline High School, and on Twitter at SkylineHighA2. Both sites have the official Skyline school crest as the profile picture.

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