Community High School

Ann Arbor Public Schools

School Announcements

  • To Do for the Midnight Sun Yearbook:

    Preferred Name Form Only fill this out if you don’t go by your legal name that is on school records. The name you put in here will be the name used in the yearbook. We can’t change it later because pages will be printed already! Due by Sept. 20

    Senior Picture Photo Shoot Request We want everyone to have access to a senior photo. Fill out this form if we can help you with this. Due by Sept. 20

    Senior Pictures Photos need to be jpg file, 300 dpi, 4”x6”, vertical, CMYK and labeled lastname_firstname (Look in last year’s yearbook for lots of great senior pic examples!) Due by Tuesday, October 31

    Buy a Yearbook/Donate a Book Buy your yearbook here! The best price is happening right now! You can also donate a book to help us with our goal of everyone having access to a book. Thanks in advance! 

    Yearbook Scholarship We want everyone to have access to the yearbook. Fill out this form if we can help make that happen. 

    Senior Recognition Ad These are special ads that families of the Class of 2024 can create! 

    Business Ad Advertise with the award-winning Midnight Sun Yearbook! 

    Questions? Contact Tracy Anderson

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  • Check out this video of CHS jazz students performing at the Detroit Auto Show Charity Gala on September 15! Musicians: Violet Collier, bass; Sidney Kitchen, trombone; Zack Michalec, piano; Calvin Ohi, guitar; Elvin Sahijdak, saxophones; Alex Sherk, drumsCHS Jazz students playing at Detroit Auto Show

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  • Food Service: We are delighted that ALL of Michigan’s 1.4 million public school children will receive nutritious free meals at school this year as a result of a $160 million appropriation in the state’s School Aid budget, adopted by the state legislature and signed into law by Governor Gretchen Whitmer. (Read the press release.)

    ALL FAMILIES are required to fill out the Free and Reduced Lunch application (pdf) or apply online in order to support accurate data for this state-funded program.

    Learn more here about the no-cost breakfast and lunch available for all students this school year.

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  • Get Help: Resources for Students & Families

    Looking for support or assistance with food, housing, health care and more? AAPS Community Resources lists free resources available to students and families, and is updated frequently.
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District Spotlight

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    AAPS Adult Education Expands

    The Ann Arbor Public Schools Adult Education program has expanded its English as a Second Language (ESL) classes to new locations this fall. ESL classes are now being offered at Lincoln Consolidated Schools as well as the new Michigan Works location, 1201 E. Ellsworth Road. - AAPS District News

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  • Welcome Back AAPS Families!

    The school district is bustling with activity as we prepare for the beginning of this 2023-2024 school year! Follow this link for all the information you need to get started.

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    You Are Not Alone

    Resources available for students dealing with depression, grief, loss and other mental health issues.

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    Burns Park Literacy Coach Publishes Children’s Book

    Burns Park Building Literacy Coach Kyunghee Chen has published a children’s book she hopes will encourage all children to know they belong. - AAPS District News

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