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


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Announcements for 12-17-14





From the Desk of Principal McElmeel


~New Announcements~

Varsity Ice Hockey
The Skyline Varsity Ice Hockey Team will play against Dexter High School on Wednesday, December 17th at 8:00 pm at Yost Ice Arena. Come out and cheer on the team.

Boys Basketball
The Varsity Boys Basketball team has started the season 2-0 with victories over Salem and Lenawee Christian. Tonight, we host the Huron River Rats. Freshmen start at 4:00 pm. JV starts at 5:30 pm and Varsity starts at 7:00 pm. This is a double header with the girls program and JV girls is 4:00 pm and Varsity is 5:30 pm. Should be a fun time! Let's make sure we have the best student section to cheer on our Eagles!


The Cube
The Cube is hosting representatives from Baker College on Thursday and Yale University on Friday. Sign up with Ms. Smith in The Cube, Room B327.

The Cooking Club
The Cooking Club will be meeting this Friday after school in the kitchen. Please bring a second donation of $5, if you can.

NHS Members
Are you interested in becoming a better Leader? Want to know improve your public speaking skills, become more engaging, or find ways to energize those around you -- to make the world a better place? Then consider attending the LEAD conference.  For more information, including dates and costs please see Ms. Patterson or Mrs. Schimmel this week. The deadline for registration is fast approaching!

Skyline has a newspaper? Of course it does! Go to to check out student written articles on the whooping cough outbreak, All Star Driving Education, and the first installment of Out of Context!

3rd Annual Skyline Christmas Tree Pickup Fundraiser
Let Skyline Theatre and Band students pick up and dispose of your undecorated Christmas tree after the holidays -- on January 4th and 10th (snow date January 18th).
For a suggested donation of $20 to $30, we will do the work for you! All proceeds benefit Skyline Theatre and Band programs!  
To schedule a pickup or to simply donate to these amazing programs, please visit Thank you for your support! Questions? Email us at

Skyline Theatre
Auditions and crew call for Skyline production of Macbeth will be Tuesday, January 6th starting at 3:00 pm in the school auditorium. All interested students should go to the Skyline theatre website to fill out an interest form prior to attending the Tuesday meeting/audition.

Calling all Skyline students!
Are you a fan of writing, singing, drawing, taking pictures, and more? Explore all of your artistic abilities and submit your masterpiece to the third edition of Skyline’s award-winning literary magazine Teen Spirit, a publication of the Skyline Writing Center.
You can submit short stories, poetry, comics, photographs, doodles, videos, song lyrics… almost anything! And the best part is, you can submit as many works of art as you want! Send all submissions to
This year’s theme is Choose Your Own Adventure, so we’re looking for submissions that reflect on adventures: exciting travel stories, daring feats you’ve attempted and accomplished, difficult decisions you’ve had to make, and anything else that you think matches our theme.
Please include your name, grade level, and title of your piece. The submission deadline is Friday, January 23, 2015. Remember: send all submissions to


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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