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  • Friday, March 1st

    Posted by Lindsey Szurek on 3/1/2024

    Quote of the Day

    "I raise my voice - not so that I can shout, but so that those without a voice can be heard...  We cannot all succeed when half of us are held back."

    -Malala Yousafzai


    Did You Know???  Little-Known Women’s History Facts:

    Sally Ride was the first woman in space in 1983.


    Girls Group

    Girls Group is on Program Break Week the week of 2/26/24- 3/1/24, so there will be no afterschool programs or lunch engagements.  Programming will resume starting 3/4/24. 


    Academic Resource Center (ARC)    

    Just a friendly reminder that the ARC (Academic Resource Center) is open on Mondays and Thursdays from 3pm - 5pm in the library on the third floor.  Students will be able to study, complete homework, and receive tutorial services provided by Skyline staff and students. 

    Thank you and have a wonderful day.


    The CUBE                          

    WCC in the Cube TODAY during both lunches! That's right, WCC in the CUBE TODAY!

    You can also come by during both lunches for SAT prep and snacks!


    Mandolin Club                 

    Do you want to learn to play a new instrument?  Come check out Mandolin club on Monday, March 4th at 3:00 PM in the orchestra room and learn how to play a plucked string instrument from 18th century Italy.  


    Skyline Talent Show       

    You know what time it is!  Talent show!! Free for all to come TODAY, in the auditorium right after school! There will be amazing acts that you don't want to miss!! TODAY! Be there. See you there! 


    Poem Cards & Lollipops           

    "Do you want a sweet way to wish your friends good luck for finals? Or a cute way to chime in the new season?

     

    The Writing Center has got you covered! Come to the Writing Center or find tutors at both lunches to help you purchase a student written poem card Monday and Friday! It is $2 per card and $3 for a card and a lollipop.

     

    Cards will be passed out on March 5th."


    Neurodiversity Club      

    Are you a neurodivergent student or ally and looking for a safe space to hang out, talk, and advocate for neurodiversity positivity in our community? Come to Neurodiversity Club! We meet every Thursday from 3pm to 4pm in room B403. Hope to see you there!


    Skyline CMPP Gear                    

    Skyline CMPP: Order your CMPP Gear for this year now online at SkylineCMPP.com  Orders must be made by March 7th.

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  • Thursday, February 29th

    Posted by Lindsey Szurek on 2/29/2024

    Quote of the Day

    "Hate is too great a burden to bear.  It injures the hater more than it injures the hated."

    -Coretta Scott King


    Did You Know???  Little-Known Black History Facts:

    An African American nurse named Marie Van Brittan Brown invented the first home security system. 


    Girls Group

    Girls Group is on Program Break Week the week of 2/26/24- 3/1/24, so there will be no afterschool programs or lunch engagements.  Programming will resume starting 3/4/24. 


    Positivity Club Bake Sale          

    Happy Leap Year! Positivity club is hosting a bake sale after school on Thursday! All proceeds will go to the MJR Foundation for mental health! See you there! Ribbet Ribbet!


    Journaling Workshop    

    Peer 2 Peer is hosting a Journal workshop after school on Thursday in the CUBE. Journaling is a creative way to process the stresses and successes of everyday life! So enjoy your bonus Leap Day and then write about it while eating some free candy! And remember to Break the stress before it breaks you. 


    Poem Cards & Lollipops           

    "Do you want a sweet way to wish your friends good luck for finals? Or a cute way to chime in the new season?

     

    The Writing Center has got you covered! Come to the Writing Center or find tutors at both lunches to help you purchase a student written poem card Monday and Friday! It is $2 per card and $3 for a card and a lollipop.

     

    Cards will be passed out on March 5th."


    Neurodiversity Club                  

    Are you a neurodivergent student or ally and looking for a safe space to hang out, talk, and advocate for neurodiversity positivity in our community? Come to Neurodiversity Club! We meet every Thursday from 3pm to 4pm in room B403. Hope to see you there!


    ACES                       

    ACES will be having a meeting this THURSDAY from 3 pm to 4 pm in C317. 

    We will be starting our main project, SunRise. For those who don't know, SunRise is a NASA project that has collaborated with UofM to analyze solar activity and space weather events from special antennas. Fortunately for us, we have our very own antenna provided by the UofM, and we will be interpreting collected data from this device. We hope to see you there!


    Skyline CMPP Gear        

    Skyline CMPP: Order your CMPP Gear for this year now online at SkylineCMPP.com  Orders must be made by March 7th.

     
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  • Monday, February 26th

    Posted by Lindsey Szurek on 2/26/2024

    Quote of the Day

    "Diversity is not about how we differ.  Diversity is about embracing one another's uniqueness."

    -Unknown


    Did You Know???  Little-Known Black History Facts:

    African American mathematician and scientist Benjamin Banneker is credited for designing the layout of Washington, D.C.


    YAC Unified Club                      

    YAC Unified club is meeting today from 3-4 PM in Room C315. We strive to build a welcoming and inclusive environment here at Skyline. We do fun activities like cooking, baking, sporting activities, games, etc. We also do fundraising activities like the Polar Plunge for Special Olympics. If there are any questions, please reach out to Mrs. Hart or Ms. Lim. 


    Girls Group

    Girls Group is on Program Break Week the week of 2/26/24- 3/1/24, so there will be no afterschool programs or lunch engagements.  Programming will resume starting 3/4/24. 


    Join the Skyline Post                  

    From the Skyline Post:  Register for Journalism and Advanced Journalism for next year!  You will experience a professional level collaborative environment and grow a lot as both a writer and a person.  This class looks great on resumes and your college applications!  It shows that you have writing and organizational skills as well as leadership experience.  Sign up for as many trimesters of journalism as you can fit in your schedule, especially if you want to pursue a leadership position.  You can take up to three tris per year, but no matter how many you take, you’ll make a difference and have fun doing it.


    Poem Cards & Lollipops                       

    "Do you want a sweet way to wish your friends good luck for finals? Or a cute way to chime in the new season?

     

    The Writing Center has got you covered! Come to the Writing Center or find tutors at both lunches to help you purchase a student written poem card Monday and Friday! It is $2 per card and $3 for a card and a lollipop.

     

    Cards will be passed out on March 5th."


    Neurodiversity Club                  

    Are you a neurodivergent student or ally and looking for a safe space to hang out, talk, and advocate for neurodiversity positivity in our community? Come to Neurodiversity Club! We meet every Thursday from 3pm to 4pm in room B403. Hope to see you there!


    Speech & Debate  

    Please join Skyline’s Speech and Debate Team in congratulating Arjun Alva, Junior, on his second place win in his Speech event on Saturday in Grass Lake! Thomas Wang also competed well! Please join us Thursday after school in the library for our weekly practice! 


    Scheduling with Counselors                

    Counselors will continue to be available during lunches in the commons to answer any questions you have regarding scheduling through Wednesday 2/28/24 

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  • Friday, February 23rd

    Posted by Lindsey Szurek on 2/23/2024

    Quote of the Day

    "Confidence literally starts from yourself. You have to go look in the mirror at yourself. If you don't like what you see, you're going to give off that energy."

    -Megan Thee Stalion


    Did You Know???  Little-Known Black History Facts:

    In 1981, broadcast journalist Bryant Gumbel became the first Black person to host a network morning show when he joined NBC's Today show.


    Academic Resource Center (ARC)    

    Just a friendly reminder that the ARC (Academic Resource Center) is open on Mondays and Thursdays from 3pm - 5pm in the library on the third floor.  Students will be able to study, complete homework, and receive tutorial services provided by Skyline staff and students. 

    Thank you and have a wonderful day.


    The CUBE              

    Seniors, did you get deferred from Michigan? Ellen Sapper is in the Cube today to help you figuring out your next steps!

    Juniors, the SAT is right around the corner! Come to the Cube during lunch today for SAT Prep! Snacks provided.


    Join the Skyline Post      

    From the Skyline Post:  Register for Journalism and Advanced Journalism for next year!  You will experience a professional level collaborative environment and grow a lot as both a writer and a person.  This class looks great on resumes and your college applications!  It shows that you have writing and organizational skills as well as leadership experience.  Sign up for as many trimesters of journalism as you can fit in your schedule, especially if you want to pursue a leadership position.  You can take up to three tris per year, but no matter how many you take, you’ll make a difference and have fun doing it.


    Interact Club        

    Are you looking to make important change in our community? If so, come check out Skyline's Interact Club TODAY in Mr. Nowitzke's room C305. We will be discussing volunteering opportunities all throughout March, including the announcement of a new large-scale project for our chapter! Additionally, members of Rotary International will be there to certify our chapter. Hope to see you there!


    Neurodiversity Club      

    Are you a neurodivergent student or ally and looking for a safe space to hang out, talk, and advocate for neurodiversity positivity in our community? Come to Neurodiversity Club! We meet every Thursday from 3pm to 4pm in room B403. Hope to see you there!


    Saturday School    

    Rising Scholars is hosting Saturday School on February 24, 2024, from 10 am - 12 pm in the library.  Students will have the opportunity to meet with teachers and peers to prepare for the second trimester finals.  Saturday School will take place in the library on the third floor.  A light breakfast will be provided.  Please visit Schoology if you would like to volunteer and/or attend Saturday School.  If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Ms. Whitehorn at whitehot@aaps.k12.mi.us or Mrs. Stevenson at stevensont@aaps.k12.mi.us.  Thank you, and we look forward to seeing you there.


    Scheduling with Counselors    

    Counselors will continue to be available during lunches in the commons to answer any questions you have regarding scheduling through Wednesday 2/28/24 

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  • Thursday, February 22nd

    Posted by Lindsey Szurek on 2/22/2024

    Quote of the Day

    "Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we've been waiting for. We are the change that we seek."

    -Barack Obama


    Did You Know???  Little-Known Black History Facts:

    Computer scientist Lisa Gelobter assisted with the 1995 creation of Shockwave, essential technology that led to the development of web animation.


    Join the Skyline Post      

    From the Skyline Post:  Register for Journalism and Advanced Journalism for next year!  You will experience a professional level collaborative environment and grow a lot as both a writer and a person.  This class looks great on resumes and your college applications!  It shows that you have writing and organizational skills as well as leadership experience.  Sign up for as many trimesters of journalism as you can fit in your schedule, especially if you want to pursue a leadership position.  You can take up to three tris per year, but no matter how many you take, you’ll make a difference and have fun doing it.


    Interact Club        

    Are you looking to make important change in our community? If so, come check out Skyline's Interact Club this FRIDAY in Mr. Nowitzke's room C305. We will be discussing volunteering opportunities all throughout March, including the announcement of a new large-scale project for our chapter! Additionally, members of Rotary International will be there to certify our chapter. Hope to see you there!


    Boys Golf Meeting           

    Boys Golf will hold a preseason meeting for all those interested in playing on Thursday February 22 at 3 pm in Rm C309. If you are unable to join us please contact Coach Schmidt or see Coach Packard in B325.


    Saturday School                

    Rising Scholars is hosting Saturday School on February 24, 2024, from 10 am - 12 pm in the library.  Students will have the opportunity to meet with teachers and peers to prepare for the second trimester finals.  Saturday School will take place in the library on the third floor.  A light breakfast will be provided.  Please visit Schoology if you would like to volunteer and/or attend Saturday School.  If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Ms. Whitehorn at whitehot@aaps.k12.mi.us or Mrs. Stevenson at stevensont@aaps.k12.mi.us.  Thank you, and we look forward to seeing you there.


    Scheduling with Counselors    

    Counselors will continue to be available during lunches in the commons to answer any questions you have regarding scheduling through Wednesday 2/28/24 

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  • Wednesday, February 21st

    Posted by Lindsey Szurek on 2/21/2024

    Quote of the Day

    "Never say never, because limits, like fears, are often just an illusion."

    -Michael Jordan


    Did You Know???  Little-Known Black History Facts:

    In 1908, after winning the 4 x 400 meter relay, John Taylor became the first African American to win gold in the Olympics.


    Academic Resource Center (ARC)    

    Just a friendly reminder that the ARC (Academic Resource Center) is open on Mondays and Thursdays from 3pm - 5pm in the library on the third floor.  Students will be able to study, complete homework, and receive tutorial services provided by Skyline staff and students. 

    Thank you and have a wonderful day.


    The CUBE                          

    Today in the CUBE! WCC during Both lunches!

     

    Also, have you ever thought about how to get rich? Maybe investing is for you! Come check out Financial Planners from Retirement Income Solutions, today in the Cube. The first session will be 1:10-1:40 and the second from 1:50-2:20. Want to retire early, start planning today!


    Boys Golf Meeting           

    Boys Golf will hold a preseason meeting for all those interested in playing on Thursday February 22 at 3 pm in Rm C309. If you are unable to join us please contact Coach Schmidt or see Coach Packard in B325.


    Saturday School    

    Rising Scholars is hosting Saturday School on February 24, 2024, from 10 am - 12 pm in the library.  Students will have the opportunity to meet with teachers and peers to prepare for the second trimester finals.  Saturday School will take place in the library on the third floor.  A light breakfast will be provided.  Please visit Schoology if you would like to volunteer and/or attend Saturday School.  If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Ms. Whitehorn at whitehot@aaps.k12.mi.us or Mrs. Stevenson at stevensont@aaps.k12.mi.us.  Thank you, and we look forward to seeing you there.


    Scheduling with Counselors    

    Counselors will continue to be available during lunches in the commons to answer any questions you have regarding scheduling through Wednesday 2/28/24 

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  • Thursday, February 15th

    Posted by Lindsey Szurek on 2/15/2024

    Quote of the Day

    "All great achievements require time."

    -Maya Angelou


    Did You Know???  Little-Known Black History Facts:

    Dorothy Counts was the first black student to attend Harding High School in Charlotte, North Carolina, breaking the color barrier in 1957.


    The CUBE              

    Seniors-Have you filled out your FAFSA? If not, come to the CUBE! We can get started. You’ll need your social security number to get underway.

     

    If you or your family have questions about the FAFSA please contact me!

     

    Juniors-SAT is around the corner. This week’s SAT sessions will be in the Cube on Thursday during both lunches. Bring your lunch and we will provide the snacks!


    Boys Golf Meeting           

    Boys Golf will hold a preseason meeting for all those interested in playing on Thursday February 22 at 3 pm in Rm C309. If you are unable to join us please contact Coach Schmidt or see Coach Packard in B325.


    AP Fair        

    On Thursday, February 15, 2024, Skyline High School will be hosting our AP Fair in the Commons for both lunches.  Students are encouraged to visit the various AP class stations to meet the AP teachers and/or current students, and learn more about the AP courses and the benefits of taking AP courses.  Thank you.


    Writing Center Tutors Needed

    Do you enjoy writing? Are you passionate about helping others? Do you want to make a difference in your community? If that’s true for you, the Skyline Writing Center is looking for people exactly like yourself! The deadline for our tutor application for the 2024-2025 school year is this Thursday, Feb. 15th. You can find our simple, google form application at https://bit.ly/SKYtutorapplication. We can’t wait to meet you!


    Scheduling with Counselors                

    Counselors will continue to be available during lunches in the commons to answer any questions you have regarding scheduling through Wednesday 2/28/24 


    Black History Spirit Week                   

    Hip Hop Day! August 2023 marked the 50th anniversary of hip-hop, a cultural movement that rose from humble beginnings in New York to fuel a worldwide phenomenon. Hip hop includes inspiring DJs, break dancers, graffiti artists, and of course the essential MC! The music industry eventually caught wind of the scene, leading to famous single releases in 1979 like Rapper’s Delight. Today, rap music is the most popular genre of music. It influences many cultures and is a part of everyday America. Many artists retain their strong ties to their communities, reflecting the genre’s origins as an art form rooted in the streets. What's your favorite rap song?


    Horizon                   

    Skyline Highschool Theatre: Skyline Theatre’s production of ‘Horizon’ is only days away! The show follows a group of highschoolers, who gain superpowers after being struck by a supernatural cosmic force. Performances will be on february 14th and 15th, at 7pm in the experimental theatre. Tickets are available for purchase at the door or online at showtix4u.com

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  • Wednesday, February 14th

    Posted by Lindsey Szurek on 2/14/2024

    Quote of the Day

    "If you whence you came, there is really no limit to where you can go."

    -James Baldwin


    Did You Know???  Little-Known Black History Facts:

    After graduating from Oberli College in 1850 with a literary degree, Lucy Stanton became the first Black woman in America to earn a four-year college degree.


    Curriculum Night Was A Success!    

    Good morning!  I would like to thank everyone who volunteered and participated in the Curriculum Night last night.  I greatly appreciate all of your support and assistance.  Again, thank you and have a wonderful day.                                                                   💘


    The CUBE  

    Seniors-Have you filled out your FAFSA? If not, come to the CUBE! We can get started. You’ll need your social security number to get underway.

     

    If you or your family have questions about the FAFSA please contact me!

     

    Juniors-SAT is around the corner. This week’s SAT sessions will be in the Cube on Thursday during both lunches. Bring your lunch and we will provide the snacks!                                 


    Boys Golf Meeting           

    Boys Golf will hold a preseason meeting for all those interested in playing on Thursday February 22 at 3 pm in Rm C309. If you are unable to join us please contact Coach Schmidt or see Coach Packard in B325.


    AP Fair        

    On Thursday, February 15, 2024, Skyline High School will be hosting our AP Fair in the Commons for both lunches.  Students are encouraged to visit the various AP class stations to meet the AP teachers and/or current students, and learn more about the AP courses and the benefits of taking AP courses.  Thank you.       


    Writing Center Tutors Needed          

    Do you enjoy writing? Are you passionate about helping others? Do you want to make a difference in your community? If that’s true for you, the Skyline Writing Center is looking for people exactly like yourself! The deadline for our tutor application for the 2024-2025 school year is this Thursday, Feb. 15th. You can find our simple, google form application at https://bit.ly/SKYtutorapplication. We can’t wait to meet you!


    Songwriting Club

    Alert! Alert! Songwriting club meets every Wednesday from 3pm to 4pm! In Songwriting club we listen to, compose, and produce music! We meet every Wednesday in the choir room-room C104. Songwriting club also has an original track called "TV Man" on all streaming platforms under the name "Beluga Studios." Please join us for our next meeting! 


    Black History Spirit Week       

    Spread Love Day! Love and belonging are some of the most important factors for better living. People seek a healthy lifestyle at home, at school and in our different circles and communities. ALL people want to feel supported, secure, and comfortable. When a person feels that way, they treat others in a positive way. It makes self-love easier to get to. A strong community is born. Society becomes a better place. Let’s be kind and encourage greatness! Give someone a high five or a hug today. Let’s LOVE! Remember, we are all in this: stronger together! Community is power!       💕


    Horizon       

    Skyline Highschool Theatre: Skyline Theatre’s production of ‘Horizon’ is only days away! The show follows a group of highschoolers, who gain superpowers after being struck by a supernatural cosmic force. Performances will be on february 14th and 15th, at 7pm in the experimental theatre. Tickets are available for purchase at the door or online at showtix4u.com

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  • Tuesday, February 13th

    Posted by Lindsey Szurek on 2/13/2024

    Quote of the Day

    "Do the best you can until you know better.  Then when you know better, do better."

    -Maya Angelou


    Did You Know???  Little-Known Black History Facts:

    In 1854, John Mercer Langston notably became the first African American lawyer in the state of Ohio.


    Zero Tardies Winners    

    Good morning and Happy Tuesday!  For the week of February 2, 2024, we had 391 students with zero tardies.  Our five randomly selected winners are:  Nathan Ernst, Kathryn Maley, Adelyn Mazak, Mona Spiteri, and Eric Yu.  Congratulations to our winners and you may pick up your prize from the Equality Office.  Thank you and have a wonderful week.


    Skyline Republican Club

    The Skyline Republican club will be meeting today directly after school in room A311. We hope to see you there!


    BSU              

    The Black Student Union will be meeting today at 3:00 in room C417. Come meet and bond with like minded members of the Skyline community. Learn about our history, discuss relevant topics, participate in socially meaningful projects and have fun. 


    Boys Golf Meeting           

    Boys Golf will hold a preseason meeting for all those interested in playing on Thursday February 22 at 3 pm in Rm C309. If you are unable to join us please contact Coach Schmidt or see Coach Packard in B325.


    AP Fair        

    On Thursday, February 15, 2024, Skyline High School will be hosting our AP Fair in the Commons for both lunches.  Students are encouraged to visit the various AP class stations to meet the AP teachers and/or current students, and learn more about the AP courses and the benefits of taking AP courses.  Thank you.


    Writing Center Tutors Needed

    Do you enjoy writing? Are you passionate about helping others? Do you want to make a difference in your community? If that’s true for you, the Skyline Writing Center is looking for people exactly like yourself! The deadline for our tutor application for the 2024-2025 school year is this Thursday, Feb. 15th. You can find our simple, google form application at https://bit.ly/SKYtutorapplication. We can’t wait to meet you!


    GSRA Valentines Party                         

    Skyline's GSRA (Gender, Sexuality, and Romanticality Alliance) is having our Valentines Party today (Tuesday, 2/13)! All are welcome. Join us in room B308, the CMPP magnet room, from 3 to 4pm! We'll have Valentine's Day snacks, and we'll start making crafts for our fundraiser like paper fidgets, pins, and bracelets. We hope to see you there!


    Songwriting Club            

    Alert! Alert! Songwriting club meets every Wednesday from 3pm to 4pm! In Songwriting club we listen to, compose, and produce music! We meet every Wednesday in the choir room-room C104. Songwriting club also has an original track called "TV Man" on all streaming platforms under the name "Beluga Studios." Please join us for our next meeting! 


    Black History Spirit Week       

    Favorite Black Artist Day: The Black experience is woven into the fabric of our nation- the United States. This heritage has and continues to influence cuisine, art, fashion, theater, television, sports, music, politics, literature, language, and more. While the plight of Black Americans is very much real and the journey toward a more prefect union is always hard work in progress, it is undeniable- Black History is American history. 


    Tri-M                       

    There will be a Tri-M meeting for all current members this upcoming Tuesday, February 13th at 3:30pm in the orchestra room. We are excited to invite Christian Bashi, an administrative associate for the Metropolitan Opera as our guest speaker!


    Horizon       

    Skyline Highschool Theatre: Skyline Theatre’s production of ‘Horizon’ is only days away! The show follows a group of highschoolers, who gain superpowers after being struck by a supernatural cosmic force. Performances will be on february 14th and 15th, at 7pm in the experimental theatre. Tickets are available for purchase at the door or online at showtix4u.com


    UNICEF Bake Sale          

    Skyline’s UNICEF Club is hosting a bake sale after school on February 13 for Valentine’s Day. We will have valentine boxes available which can be filled with sweets and sent with a note to a special someone! Proceeds will go to families impacted in Gaza by providing them with hygiene kits, food, and other basic necessities. 

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  • Monday, February 12th

    Posted by Lindsey Szurek on 2/12/2024

    Quote of the Day

    "If you have no confidence in self, you are twice defeated in the race of life."

    -Marcus Garvey


    Did You Know???  Little-Known Black History Facts:

    Charlie Sifford was the first Black person to win a PGA Tour Event.


    YAC Unified Club

    YAC Unified club is meeting today from 3-4 PM in Room C315. We strive to build a welcoming and inclusive environment here at Skyline. We do fun activities like cooking, baking, sporting activities, games, etc. We also do fundraising activities like the Polar Plunge for Special Olympics. If there are any questions, please reach out to Mrs. Hart or Ms. Lim. 


    Girls Group            

    This is a reminder that Girls group meets on Mondays after school in B429.  9-12th graders are all meeting during this time now. Please come and check it out. It's an amazing program! Snacks will be served. 


    Mariachi Music                

    Unleash your musical spirit and learn more about Mariachi Music. 

    If you play an instrument or love to sing, join us for lively tunes and unforgettable moments.

    All instruments are welcome, with a special shout-out to trumpets, violins, and guitars! 

    Singers, no Spanish? No problem! Embrace the joy and culture of Mariachi without language barriers. Let's make musical memories together! See you in the orchestra room C110 Monday, February 12th at 3:00 PM. 


    Happy Lunar New Year            

    We would like to wish a Happy Lunar New Year to those who celebrate! This year, Lunar New Year starts on February 10th and goes through February 17th. Also known as the Spring Festival, the holiday is celebrated in Asian countries such as China, Vietnam, Korea, Mongolia, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, and Cambodia.  According to the Chinese Zodiac calendar, 2024 is the Year of the Dragon. We wish you good luck and good health in the Year of the Dragon!


    Congratulations to Skyline Musicians

    Monday, February 5th the Skyline Music Program held their concerto competition.  All 5 participants performed very well and they should all be very proud of their performance.  Congratulations to Yara Martins for being named our 2024 runner up and to Ella Ricci for being named our 2024 concerto winner.  Everyone is invited to hear Ella perform her violin concerto at our spring concert in May.  


    Songwriting Club                        

    Alert! Alert! Songwriting club meets every Wednesday from 3pm to 4pm! In Songwriting club we listen to, compose, and produce music! We meet every Wednesday in the choir room-room C104. Songwriting club also has an original track called "TV Man" on all streaming platforms under the name "Beluga Studios." Please join us for our next meeting! 


    Skyline Track & Field    

    All athletes who plan to participate in track and field this spring should attend a brief informational meeting immediately after school in room C415 on Monday, February 12.  If you plan to participate, but cannot attend, please see Coach Kessler in room C415.


    Black History Month Spirit Week

    Black History Month spirit week! Today is Pan African colors day. The Pan-African flag was created in 1920 to represent people of the African Diaspora and to symbolize black liberation in the United States. This tri-color flag consists of three equal horizontal bands colored Red, Black, and Green. Red: the blood that unites all people of Black African ancestry, and shed for liberation. Black: for the people whose existence as a nation.

    Green: the abundant and vibrant natural wealth of Africa, the Motherland; youth, hope.

    Gold or yellow: representing peace and harmony.


    Tri-M                                   

    There will be a Tri-M meeting for all current members this upcoming Tuesday, February 13th at 3:30pm in the orchestra room. We are excited to invite Christian Bashi, an administrative associate for the Metropolitan Opera as our guest speaker!


    Horizon                   

    Skyline Highschool Theatre: Skyline Theatre’s production of ‘Horizon’ is only days away! The show follows a group of highschoolers, who gain superpowers after being struck by a supernatural cosmic force. Performances will be on february 14th and 15th, at 7pm in the experimental theatre. Tickets are available for purchase at the door or online at showtix4u.com


    Polar Plunge!        

    A big thank you to everyone who supported our Polar Plunge fundraiser through donations and fundraising efforts! Special shout-out to our brave plungers and supporters: Sophia Marrs, Max Felix, Rylee Bourne, Ella Dehlin, Emma Jacobs, Teagan McCallion, and Ara Ahlquist. Together, we raised an amazing $488.00! Congratulations to Arthur Rees and Ryan Shrank, the winners of our gift card prizes. Your generosity and participation made a significant impact for Special Olympic Programs– thank you all!


    UNICEF Bake Sale

    Skyline’s UNICEF Club is hosting a bake sale after school on February 13 for Valentine’s Day. We will have valentine boxes available which can be filled with sweets and sent with a note to a special someone! Proceeds will go to families impacted in Gaza by providing them with hygiene kits, food, and other basic necessities. 


    Orchestra Students Qualify for State!          

    On Saturday, February 10th Skyline Orchestra sent 13 events that participated in MSBOA District Solo and Ensemble Festival at Franklin High School in Livonia.   All students performed very well and received valuable feedback from the judges.  3 events earned an Excellent rating, and 10 events earned a superior rating.  The 10 events that earned a superior rating have qualified for State Solo and Ensemble festival in March.  Congratulations eagles!!!!

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