CITY HIGH MIDDLE
Consider City High Middle for your teen if:
-You are seeking teachers who are trained in the IB program and believe in your child’s potential to learn and achieve.
-You are looking for a program for a gifted and talented child.
-You value a foreign language requirement.
-You want your child to learn in a collaborative,community environment.
AVAILABLE AT CITY
City High Middle is proud to offer: -Parent Teacher Community Council.
-Economicology partnership with the Wege Foundation
-Community Service Requirement
EXCEL AT CITY HIGH MIDDLE
ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE: City High Middle School is ranked in the top 5% of all Michigan schools on combined measures of student achievement and growth over time. It has been ranked among the top high schools in America by U.S. News & World Report for four consecutive years. City is also ranked as the top high school in the county by the Mackinac Center.
INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE: Students in 7th-10th grades follow the Middle Years Programme, while students in 11th and 12th grade use the Diploma Programme. The goal of both programs is to develop life-long learners who are naturally curious, seek knowledge and think about complex issues, and can communicate confidently and creatively. Through the IB Program, students are well prepared for post-secondary education.
- Our goal at City is to help students develop the tools, skills, and habits of mind to thrive as adults, build flourishing communities, and create a more sustainable future for all the world’s inhabitants.
- The International Baccalaureate aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect.
- We believe that all students can and will learn, will develop their critical thinking skills, will develop the ability to collaborate in a diverse environment, and become caring and open-minded global citizens.
- All students will graduate from high school, matriculate into post-secondary institutions, and graduate from a post-secondary institution.
ORIENTATION SCHEDULE SUMMER 2015
- Items from our logo wear options (royal blue, black or grey) or the options already outlined in the uniform policy as it stands.
- Pants, shorts, skirts, skorts, and jumpers in khaki, black, navy blue, grey or dark brown.
- Denim, sweatpants, track/athletic wear, jeggings, and leggings are NOT permitted to be worn as pants.
- Tights, leggings and jeggings may be worn ONLY under skirts, skorts, shorts, or jumpers.
- Be exempt from uniforms on special occasions as mentioned above.
- Have non-uniform Fridays adhering to district dress code (regular clothes).
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