The mission of Ann Arbor Huron High School is to inspire and advance academic achievement for all students through excellence in teaching, learning and equitable practices. Students will be challenged to be successful, caring, life-long learners and active members of the global community.
Ann Arbor Huron High School is a diverse and inclusive school community. We are committed to developing academic excellence, integrity, and independent thinkers who are life-long learners devoted to good citizenship, and to celebrating diversity and equity. Students will graduate prepared to excel as caring and productive global citizens.
Statement of Non-Discrimination
No person shall be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination in any educational program or activity available in any school on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, creed, political belief, age, national origin, linguistic and language differences, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, socioeconomic status, height, weight, marital or familial status, disability or veteran status.
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Founded in 1905, AAPS serves the City of Ann Arbor and eight surrounding townships covering 125 square miles.
AAPS educates approximately 16,815 students in 32 schools and one online academy and employs approximately 2,500 full and part time employees.
AAPS teachers and administrators are passionate about education. Teachers are inspired to work closely with families to create a unique and meaningful learning experience for each and every child.
81% of AAPS teachers hold a Master’s degree or above.
AAPS is proud of our diverse student body representing 85 countries and 64 different languages.
AAPS is a high performing district offering 25 Advanced Placement (AP) courses at our high schools.
In May 2014, 2,343 Advanced Placement (AP) exams were taken by AAPS students.