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Ann Arbor Public Schools - High Schools

Grades 9-12 unless indicated. Enrollment figures are from the 2017-2018 school year.

A2 Virtual+

(734) 997-1208

Cynthia Leaman, principal. Online classes from Michigan Virtual High School, Edgenuity, and AAPS. Enrollment for the school year will opens in mid-August. Free to any Michigan public school student.,


401 N. Division [map]
(734) 994-2025

526 students. Marci Tuzinsky, dean; Karen Siegel, assistant dean. Alternative school. Small classes, community service emphasis. Admission by application. 28, D4


2727 Fuller [map]
(734) 994-2040

1,519 students. Janet Schwamb, principal; Marcus Edmondson, Dottie Davis, Michael Sumerton, assistant principals. 29, F4

Pathways to Success Campus

2800 Stone School [map]
(734) 997-1237

141 students. Waleed Samaha, Principal. For students needing a smaller, intimate academic environment. Multiple pathways and flexible learning opportunities such as online coursework, traditional direct instruction models, project-based learning, community internships, and dual enrollment opportunities for college credit. 30, F7


601 W. Stadium [map]
(734) 994-2120

1,762 students. Tracey Lowder, principal; Kevin Hudson, Jason Skiba, Eve Claar, assistant principals. 30, D6


2552 N. Maple [map]
(734) 994-6515

1,480 students. Cory McElmeel, principal. Alberta Britton, Casey Elmore, Robert Wellman, assistant principals. 32, B3

Washtenaw International High School

510 Emerick, Ypsilanti [map]
(734) 994-8145

483 students grades 9-12. Nhu Do, principal. Inquiry-based International Baccalaureate program for academically focused students. Consortium program of area public schools and the Washtenaw Intermediate School District; out-of-county seats available., 33, I8

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