Rochester Adams High School

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Rochester Adams High School
Address
3200 West Tienken Road
Rochester Hills, Michigan 48306
United States
Coordinates 42°41′43″N 83°11′52″W / 42.6954°N 83.197843°W / 42.6954; -83.197843Coordinates: 42°41′43″N 83°11′52″W / 42.6954°N 83.197843°W / 42.6954; -83.197843
Information
School type Public School
Established 1970
School district Rochester Community Schools
Superintendent Dr. Robert Shaner
Principal Kevin Cumming
Faculty 76.0 FTEs[1]
Grades 9-12
Gender Co-Ed
Enrollment 1,567 (as of 2014-15)[1]
Student to teacher ratio 20.6:1[1]
Color(s) Brown & Gold          
Athletics Oakland Activities Association, MHSAA
Mascot Highlander
Rivals Lake Orion Dragons
Rochester Falcons
Stoney Creek Cougars
Newspaper The Kilt
Class/Div A
Athletic Director Jason Rapp
Website

Rochester Adams High School (also known as Adams High School, Adams, or AHS) is a high school located in Rochester Hills, Michigan, and is part of the Rochester Community Schools district. The majority of students reside within Rochester Hills and Oakland Township, with some coming from Orion Township, Rochester, and Auburn Hills. It shares the city's vicinity with Rochester High School and Stoney Creek High School. Adams consistently ranks as a top high school in Michigan and in 2014 U.S. News & World Report awarded Rochester Adams a Best High Schools gold medal.[2]

Academics[edit]

Rochester Adams High School is an NCA Accredited public high school.

Student statistics[edit]

As of the 2014-15 school year, the school had an enrollment of 1,567 students and 76.0 classroom teachers (on an FTE basis), for a student–teacher ratio of 20.6:1. There were 56 students (3.6% of enrollment) eligible for free lunch and 13 (0.8% of students) eligible for reduced-cost lunch.[1]

Notable alumni[edit]

Entertainers and musicians[edit]

Athletes[edit]

Other[edit]

Varsity sports[edit]

Adams has various boys and girls sports in the fall, winter, and spring seasons.[10]

Fall Winter Spring
Boys Cross Country
Soccer
Tennis
Football
Basketball
Skiing
Wrestling
Hockey
Swim/Dive
Baseball
Lacrosse
Golf
Track & Field
Girls Swim/Dive
Cross Country
Golf
Volleyball
Cheerleading
Basketball
Skiing
Cheerleading
Gymnastics
Soccer
Lacrosse
Softball
Tennis
Track & Field

State championships and runner-up[edit]

Sport Year Champions/Runner-Up Notes
Boys Golf 1978 State Champions
Girls Tennis 1987 State Champions
Girls Soccer 1990 State Runner-Up
Boys Golf 1990 State Runner-Up
Girls Soccer 1992 State Champions
Cheer 1995 State Runner-Up MCAA
Baseball 1995 State Runner-Up
Cheer 1996 State Runner-Up MCAA, MHSAA
Baseball 1996 State Runner-Up
Gymnastics 1997 State Runner-Up
Wrestling 1998 State Champions
Girls Soccer 1998 State Runner-Up
Boys Golf 1999 State Runner-Up
Wrestling 1999 State Runner-Up
Girls Golf 1999 State Runner-Up
Girls Soccer 1999 State Champions
Boys Soccer 1999 State Champions
Girls X-Country 1999 State Runner-Up
Gymnastics 2001 State Runner-Up
Boys Soccer 2001 State Runner-Up
Girls Tennis 2002 State Champions
Boys Swimming 2002 State Runner-Up
Gymnastics 2002 State Champions
Gymnastics 2003 State Champions
Football 2003 State Champions Record: 12-2
Cheer 2004 State Runner-Up MCAA
Gymnastics 2004 State Runner-Up
Cheer 2005 State Runner-Up MCAA
Cheer 2006 State Runner-Up MCAA
Girls X-Country 2006 State Champions
Boys Tennis 2007 State Runner-Up
Boys Soccer 2014 State Runner-Up

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