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


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Announcements for 01-23-15




From the Desk of Principal McElmeel


~New Announcements~

No School

Reminder that there is no school for students on this coming Monday the 26th and Tuesday the 27th.

Skyline Boys Ice Hockey Team

The Skyline Boys Ice Hockey Team will play against Monroe High School on Saturday, January 24th at 5:30 pm at Yost Ice Arena. Come out and cheer on the team.

Boys Basketball

The Boys Basketball team is at Dexter who is 9-1 tonight in a battle of very good teams. Dexter will have a large student section there and we hope to have our big awesome student section there as well!  The Freshmen game is at 4:00 pm, JV at 5:30 pm and Varsity at 7:00 pm.

9th Grade Students

The Magnet Lottery results are in! They are posted in the Commons and outside of the Diversity and Equality SLC offices.


Reminder Seniors

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


Calling all Skyline students!

Remember to submit your masterpiece to the third edition of Skyline’s award-winning literary magazine Teen Spirit, a publication of the Skyline Writing Center.  Send all submissions to  The submission deadline is tomorrow.


SkyWell Club 

Don't forget next Wednesday the SkyWell club will be having its wellness expo. Make sure you stop by the commons and check out all it has to offer. We will have representatives from various companies promoting the different aspects of health. There will also be a chance to win a free one month membership to Liberty Athletic Club. Come help learn more about how we can promote a healthier school environment. Remember, Eat Well, Think Well, SkyWell.

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.

Community Service Club

Are you interested in volunteering around the community and helping the needy? Need community service hours? Well, come join the Community Service Cub for our first meeting this Friday in Ms. Ball's room A 305.

Winterfest 2015

Winterfest Updates. Guest forms for the Winterfest Dance which is Saturday, February 7th from 7:00 pm-10:00 pm, in the Commons, are now available in all offices. The guest dance forms are due in two weeks on Monday, February 2nd. So if you are are bringing a friend from another school your guest form needs to be turned in ASAP. Dance tickets will be sold starting the week of February 2nd during both lunches for $12 and then at the dance for $15. Spirit dress up days will be announced next week and also we will be having Jar Wars again this year to see which SLC can raise the most money!

American Mathematics Competition

All students interested in signing up for the American Mathematics Competition test that will be hosted here at Skyline should register with their math teacher or visit Mr. O in room C 310. The tests will be held the morning of Tuesday, February 3rd and the cost is $5. The AMC/10 is a test for 9th and 10th graders and the AMC/12 is for 11th and 12th graders. Sign up by this Friday, January 23rd.


News from The Cube

Attention Senior Girls: The DKG Educational Foundation is offering $1000-$2000 scholarships to senior girls who demonstrate leadership qualities and have a GPA of 3.0 and higher. Please see Ms. Smith in The Cube for more details.

Attention all female athletes

Lacrosse pre-season has started! Join us for workouts with Coach B Tuesdays and Fridays from 4:00 pm-5:00 pm in the weight room. No experience necessary, all newcomers are welcome. Pre-season player and parent meeting will be held Tuesday, February 3rd at 6:30 pm in the media center. Come meet the coaches and returning players and receive more information about the upcoming season!

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.

Calling all Skyline students!

Submit your masterpiece to the third edition of Skyline’s award-winning literary magazine Teen Spirit, a publication of the Skyline Writing Center.  Teen Spirit has again been named the best high school literary publication in the state for 2014.  This required us to be rated superior by every judge in every category for the last two years.  It is extremely rare for publications to win back-to-back.  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,travel stories, daring feats, or 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.

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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