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Grace Yao (24) and Leela Aiyagari (24) study for AP Biology. Credit: S. Woo.
How to Prepare for the Impending AP Exams
Sari Woo April 15, 2024

With AP testing coming up in May, many students are beginning to study. Depending on the college, passing can mean college credit. These exams...

Raise Your Voice on AAPS Budget Cuts: Survey Input Sought Until Friday, April 5
Raise Your Voice on AAPS Budget Cuts: Survey Input Sought Until Friday, April 5
Benji Davidoff April 3, 2024

This article is part of a Skyline Post series on the 2024-25 AAPS Budget Cuts. For our previous story, click here. On March 22, Ann Arbor...

AAPS Faces $25 Million Budget Cuts: What Does This Mean for Skyline?
AAPS Faces $25 Million Budget Cuts: What Does This Mean for Skyline?
Benji Davidoff March 20, 2024

During a school board meeting on March 13, 2024, interim superintendent Jazz Parks announced that the district is facing $25 million budget cuts...

A display with various flags of college universities in the cube. Credit: A. Dawson.
Tensions Run High With College Letters Rolling in
Amaya Dawson March 15, 2024

As the second trimester came to an end, seniors began to receive letters from numerous universities, with a mixture of positive and negative...

Skyline students rushing to class. Credit: M. Feliks (‘24).
Changes in Tardy Policies
Max Feliks March 11, 2024

This year, the new Skyline Tardy Committee has implemented a four-tier tardy policy in hopes of helping motivate students to get to class on...

Frosted window overlooking the snowy outdoors. Credit: Creative Commons.
What Are Skyline Students Doing with Their Snow Days?
Cecilia Tuczak March 7, 2024

Michigan’s winter snowstorms and icy showers often force schools to cancel due to dangerous conditions. Skyline used four of its snow days...

Eleanor Wing (26) reading the morning announcements. Credit: Kamryn Lindsey.
Skyline Changes Morning Announcement Time to End of Second Hour
Kamryn Lindsey March 6, 2024

On Jan. 8, 2024, Skyline High School implemented a new policy: the morning announcements moved from the beginning of second hour to the end,...

Linsday CieChanski acknowledges Bel Canto after a performance. Credit: Richard Rupp Photography.
CieChanski! Skyline's Lindsay CieChanski Named 2023 UMS/DTE Educator of the Year
Grace Yao March 4, 2024

The Skyline choir director Lindsay CieChanski (pronounced “see-chan-ski”) has been named the 2023 DTE Energy Foundation Educator of the Year...

The Skyline magnet logos. Credit: Dusti Vincent, Ross Dunbar, Robert Shannon and Laura Schaffer.
What are the Pros and Cons of Joining a Skyline Magnet?
Gwen Stotts-Walshe March 3, 2024

One unique aspect of Skyline’s curriculum is the option to join one of four magnet programs: specialized courses that focus on different...

Students question witnesses and make objections at the mock trial dress rehearsal. Credit: S. von der Lieth
All Rise: Skyline Mock Trial Team Eagerly Awaits Upcoming Competition
Sara von der Lieth March 1, 2024

On March 2, 2024, the mock trial team will drive to the Monroe County Courthouse to compete in this year’s regionals, with students playing...

Students in the book review section working hard. Credit: G. Letzmann
Why You Should Take Journalism
Grace Letzmann February 23, 2024

The 2023-2024 school year is flying by quickly, and course selection is here! Journalism is a great elective option for all students. Signing...

Cars covered after a heavy snowfall. Credit: H. Ghani
Driving On Ice Can Be Scary: Experiences and Tips for Skyline Student Drivers
Hana Ghani February 19, 2024

As the air gets colder and the nights get shorter, the infamous Michigan winter brings puffy coats, fleece-lined boots, and icy roads. As...

Anika Vaitkevicius (25), Abby Yuan (25), Elle Wong (25) and Riley Howe (25) holding up a blanket they made during their Naptime Ninjas meeting. Photo: Shayan Khailany (25)
Naptime Ninjas Nurtures Community While Helping Homeless
Kamryn Lindsey February 19, 2024

Michigan is home to 8,000 homeless people. According to 24/7 Wall St, 11% of these people don’t have access to any type of shelter during the...

Rosa IIdecinda Montalvo making churros for Ann Arbor restaurant Isalita Credit: M. Feliks (‘24).
The Life of Rosa IIdecinda Montalvo
Max Feliks February 19, 2024

“I had a pretty normal childhood,” said Rosa IIdecinda Montalvo. Now the sous chef at the downtown Ann Arbor restaurant, Isalita Cantina...

BSU students work to make boxes for skylines third SOS donation drive. Credit: Amaya Dawson.
Skylines BSU and Rising Scholar Raise Money to Benefit Their Community
Amaya Dawson February 15, 2024

In the weeks before winter break, Skyline’s Black Student Union (BSU) and the Rising Scholars programs held their third annual donation drive...

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