Community High School

Ann Arbor Public Schools

CHS Main Office 734-994-2025

  • CHS Attendance: 734-994-2021

    Counseling Office: 734-994-2027

    Counselors: Brian Williams and Amy McCloughlin

    Community Resource (CR) Department

    CR application windows for 1st semester, 2019-2020: Moodle is open to create CR applications August 14-September 6, 2019. DEADLINE to turn in paperwork is September 6, 2019.

    • CR Monitors will hold Office hours Thursday, August 22, 8:00 AM-1:00 PM (CR Monitors will be in professional development meetings Aug. 27-30 and will not be available for office hours.) 

    • CR Secretary Katy Sanderson, is in the CR office every day during regular school hours, except August 28.
    • Pre-Approved CRs are available to students at all schools.
    • CR Monitor Office Hours resume September 3.
    • Answers to many questions can be found on the CR website.

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School Announcements

  • Check out this article and video of Community, Pathways, and Pioneer students signing the National Anthem in ASL at a Tigers baseball game! Great job, students and teacher Jen Post-Niner!

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  • Congratulations to CHS sophomore Elizabeth Shaieb for winning first place in the Ann Arbor Optimist Club's annual Oratorical Competion! The contest, which was open to all Washtenaw students under age 19, asked participants to address the question, "Is there a fine line between optimism and reality?" Elizabeth will advance to the next level of competition. Great job, Elizabeth!

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  • Congratulations, Julian Ascani, for winning the gold medal at the Homebuilding Skills USA state competition! Julian will head to Louisville, KY in June to test his skills against the nation's best. Way to go, Julian!

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  • Congratulations to our Team Zebrotics students for taking home the Creativity in Design award at their second district tournament on April 6! This is the team's second award this year for engineering and design. Great job, Zebrotics!

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  • Community High Jazz Wins Western Invitational: Congrats to our combo from CHS, Jazz Underworld, for winning The Western Invitational for best combo!

    CHS group and individual award winners from the day:
    Best Invitational Combo: Jazz Underworld (Jake Lee, Noah Hogan, Oliver Mayman, Terrence Vick, Jibreel Johnson, Daniel Bennett, Ethan Kahana)
    Best Invitational Soloist (Improvisor) of all festival combos: Jake Lee (CHS)
    Best Invitational Soloist of all Big Bands: Tim Kohn (CHS with Huron High's Big Band)
    Two out of four "Outstanding Combos": CHS's Unified Field Theory and Funk's Dream (UFT - Tim Kohn, Aris Chalin, Jake Lee, Oliver Mayman, Jonah Eichner, and FD - Josh Moss, Rowan Tucker-Meyer, Ben Reynolds, Jack DeBona, Chris Pyke, Austin Aldrich)

    CHS students who won citations for outstanding soloing (improvising): Jake Lee, Noah Hogan, Oliver Mayman, Terrence Vick, Jibreel Johnson, Daniel Bennett, Ethan Kahana, Tim Kohn, Aris Chalin, Jonah Eichner, Rowan Tucker-Meyer, Chris Pyke, Austin Aldrich, Gordon Lewis, Sacha Verlon, Etai Smotrich-Barr, Anton Greene, Max Mellor, and Max Klarman

    Watch videos of the winning band (Jazz Underworld) in the night concert from Dan Mayman:
    All our groups videoed by Lisa Kohn from their adjudicated daytime sessions, which had live audiences and comments from the judges at the end of each: WMU Jazz Fest 3.23.19
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  • Congratulations to senior Quincy Jenkins for receiving the Young Men of Promise award from the Delta Psi Omega Chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority! The chapter's annual Celebration of Black Men recognizes the contributions and accomplishments of local Black men who have made significant contributions to our community in the arts, community service, education, and business/economics, and as trailblazers. The Young Men of Promise award is granted during the celebration to area high school Black male seniors who are nominated by their high school counselors in recognition of their academic achievements and contributions to the school community.

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