Ann Arbor Public Schools

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Ann Arbor Public Schools
Address
2555 S. State Street
Ann Arbor, Michigan, 48104
United States
Information
Staff 3,007 (as of 2006-07)[1]
Teaching staff 1,061 (as of 2006-07)[1]
Grades Prekindergarten-12
Enrollment 16,952 (as of 2006-07)[1]
Student to teacher ratio 16.0 (as of 2006-07)[1]
Average SAT scores 578 verbal/598 math (2007);[2] 615 verbal/650 math (2012)[3]
Average ACT scores 25.1 (2007);[2] 24 (2012)[3]
Website

Ann Arbor Public Schools serves the city of Ann Arbor, Michigan and parts of eight surrounding townships covering 125 square miles (320 km2). The district operates 20 elementary schools, 1 K-8 open school, 5 middle schools, 3 comprehensive high schools, 3 alternative high schools, 3 preschools and 1 adult education program; the district maintains 640 acres (2.6 km2) of real estate and 3,300,000 square feet (310,000 m2) of building space. The Ann Arbor Public Schools is the 8th largest school district among 555 districts in Michigan.

History[edit]

Schools[edit]

Elementary schools[edit]

Carpenter Elementary School
  • Abbot Elementary School
  • Allen Elementary School
  • Angell Elementary School
  • Bach Elementary School
  • Bryant Elementary School
  • Burns Park Elementary School
  • Carpenter Elementary School
  • Dicken Elementary School
  • Eberwhite Elementary School
  • Haisley Elementary School
  • King Elementary School
  • Lakewood Elementary School
  • Lawton Elementary School
  • Logan Elementary School
  • Mitchell Elementary School
  • Northside Elementary School
  • Pattengill Elementary School
  • Pittsfield Elementary School
  • Thurston Elementary School
  • Wines Elementary School

Middle schools[edit]

Slauson Middle School
  • Clague middle school|Clague Middle School
  • Forsythe Middle School
  • Scarlett Middle School
  • Slauson Middle School
  • Tappan Middle School

High schools[edit]

Skyline High School

Traditional:

Alternative:

Other schools[edit]

Awards[edit]

  • 2006: named to "Best 100 Communities for Music Education in America" list by AMC Music[4]
  • 2013: Sunny Award for website informational transparency[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "District Detail for Ann Arbor Public Schools". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved 2009-05-29. 
  2. ^ a b "About AAPS: 2008 Facts & Figures". Ann Arbor Public Schools. Retrieved 2009-05-29. 
  3. ^ a b "Ann Arbor Public Schools 2011-12 Facts & Figures". Retrieved 9 June 2013. 
  4. ^ "The 2006 "Best 100 Communities for Music Education" Roster". American Music Conference. Retrieved 2009-05-09. 
  5. ^ "ANN ARBOR: Sunshine Review salutes city's informational transparency". Ann Arbor Journal. Retrieved 2013-05-014.  Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)

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