To date, we have raised $10,000 for the Justin Tang scholarship fund and this amount was matched by the Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation (AAACF) to form a $20,000 endowed scholarship.
The scholarship is part of the AAACF’s “Level the Playing Field Fund,” which was established to increase post-secondary degree attainment for Washtenaw County students and is specifically focused on economically disadvantaged students, students of color, and first generation students.
Thanks to everyone who contributed to the scholarship! You can continue to donate to the fund.
Hurrah to our amazing Mock Trial team and coaches! Team A worked their way to the State Finals Tournament on March 25 in Lansing where they made it it all the way to the final round. Here is Dean Karen's summary of the competition:
"Semi-finals: CHS went up against Huron High School in a spririted clash. On our plaintiff's team was Grace Jensen (Opening Statement), Lucas Cole (Closing Argument), and Zev Miklethun, who served as attorneys. Each attorney conducted a direct exam for one witness and cross exam for another, while making and arguing objections. (Zev and Lucas attend Skyline.) Witnesses were Taylor Tucker-Gray as the poor math teacher who was unjustly tased by police, Adrian Huntley who witnessed the tasing, and KT Meono as the expert witness.
Top Soloist Award (entire festival's combo competition): Patrick Kollman and Danny Freiband (co-winners)
Top Combo of Festival (performed in evening concert): Community High's Cold Tone Dreamery (Patrick Kollman, Danny Freiband, Clarence Collins III, Harry Croley, Mason Cox)
Outstanding Combos named:
•Community High's Noize R Us (Mei Semones, Aris Chalin, Tim Walters, Joel Appel-Kraut)
•Community High's Five Guys, Burners in Ties (Lucas Atkinsmith, Sam Uribe, Jesse Edelstein, Jonah Eichner, Terrence Vick)
Outstanding Soloist Awards: Mei Semones, Joel Appel-Kraut, Harry Croley, Mason Cox, Clarence Collins, Lucas Atkinsmith, Jonah Eichner, Ethan Kahana, Ethan Sayer, Emmett Huhn, Tim Kohn
Our Mission: CHS is a rigorous academic college preparatory magnet school which encourages students to use the entire community as a resource for study and fosters the development of independent learners who practice personal and social responsibility as they prepare for their post-secondary experience.
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