Albion High School

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>Albion High School makes plans for $2.7 million influx from school improvement grants

>Longer school days, new programs and more differentiated instruction are coming to Albion High School thanks to almost $2.7 million in federal school improvement funds the district was recently awarded. The high school and 23 other Michigan schools that are considered to be the state’s lowest-achieving schools were granted the money based on detailed redesign … Continue reading

>Albion College students teach Albion Public Schools students lessons ‘beyond the walls of the classrooms’

>On May 7, Melissa Shaw turned her tassel at Albion College’s graduation ceremony. By May 9, she played “fitness bingo” and taught second-graders at Harrington Elementary School how to use pedometers as part of the Maymester Boundary Crossing program. As one of 30 Albion College students who implemented interdisciplinary lessons as full-time interns with Albion … Continue reading

>District official says closing Albion High School would net savings of only $116,000 per year

>Albion Public Schools is in danger of becoming a deficit district by 2012, but even a measure as drastic as closing the high school would not result in much savings, the district’s accounting supervisor said. At a school board work session Tuesday, John Waugh said closing the high school would result in a net savings … Continue reading

>Friends of late Albion High School graduate say they’ll remember his ‘California’ style and humor

> Moises Pigg’s close friends say the 2010 Albion High School graduate will be fondly remembered for his unique “California” style and candid humor. The 18-year-old University of Michigan student was killed in a car crash early Saturday morning in Sacramento, Calif. He was ejected from a Toyota Avalon when the vehicle hit a tree, … Continue reading

>Albion High School participating in program through which students can earn scholarship money to attend University of Toledo

>The value of an “A” has never been higher at Albion High School. Albion students can now earn up to $10,000 toward a college education at the University of Toledo and look forward to “in-state tuition rates” to the Ohio school through a partnership with the university’s Scholarly Savings Account. Starting with the 2010-11 class … Continue reading