Madison High School is committed to providing each student with a rigorous and relevant educational environment that provides students with a wide-range of academic and extra-curricular opportunities and experiences. The staff at Madison High School, in collaboration with our community, is dedicated to the mission of empowering each student to reach their fullest potential to be successful in an ever-changing world.
- Approximately 400 students grades 9-12
- Advanced Placement (AP) courses in English Literature, Calculus, Biology, US History, and World History
- Project Lead the Way (PLTW) course in Biomedical Sciences
- American Sign Language (ASL) and Spanish courses offered fulfilling foreign language high school graduation requirement
- Students offered 24 Career Technical Education (CTE) programs through county-wide programming at the LISD TECH Center
- Award winning Band and Choir programs and new Performing Arts Center
- Dual-Enrollment opportunities for students through Adrian College, Siena Heights University, and Jackson College
- Athletic programs offering 13 sports, including 24 teams
- Co-curricular activities such as Student Council, National Honor Society, Equations, and Interact
- U.S. News and World Report Silver Medal School (2013) and Bronze Medal School (2014)
|The Madison F.A.N. (Facilities for Athletic Needs) Club is sponsoring a Golf Outing to raise funds for the renovation of the Madison Indoor Athletic Facility. They are seeking sponsors, volunteers, and of course, four-person teams to hit the links in support of Madison Athletics!
Saturday, August 2, 2014
Wolf Creek Golf Course
6363 Burton Road, Adrian, MI
|Download a registration form and brochure by clicking here.
Do you want to support the Madison F.A.N. Club but are unable to attend the golf outing?
Click the link below to make a donation! GoFundMe is a secure site and 100%
of your donation goes directly to the Madison F.A.N. Club!
Contact Taz Wallace with your questions or to volunteer.
517.263.0741 ext. 148 or email email@example.com
Mr. Bill Wilharms recently participated in a National Endowment for the Humanities Workshop at Crow Canyon Archaeological Center in Cortez, Colorado. He was a part of a team of educators, doctors, and members of the Pueblo and Ute Tribes who spent a week researching the history of the Ancestral Pueblo Peoples and visiting the Cliff Dwellings in southwest Colorado.
The English Department's main focus in to encourage students to become stronger
readers by reading all year long. If you have any questions please contact us directly.
Ms. Mandy Horwath - firstname.lastname@example.org
|Associated Charities of Lenawee County is preparing for its annual “Back to School” program to provide clothing, shoes, backpacks, teen care packages, and school supplies to Lenawee children. The 2014 distribution will run August 18-20.
Registration will begin July 1, and families must be pre-registered at the Charities before July 25. Documentation of income eligibility, proof of residency and birth certificates for all children is required.
For more information call Associated Charities at 265-7255 or download a flyer by clicking here.
|The Elementary School, Middle School, High School, and Counseling Offices will be close June 20 for summer vacation. The Elementary Office will re-open on July 22 for the start of the BSY school year. The other offices will re-open approximately two weeks prior to the start of school.
The Central Office will remain open through the summer:
Monday-Friday, 7:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
|Driver's Education Classes are forming for the summer.
Contracts will be available in the high school and middle school offices
or from Mr. Pape after spring break.
Course A: June 5th- July 10th
To enroll in course A you must be 15 years old by October 5th.
Course B: July 8th – August12th.
To enroll in course B you must be 15 years old by November 8th.
There is room for 21 students in each course. The first 42 students to turn in their signed contracts and
money will be enrolled. Registration is $360.00 and can be paid to Madison School.
|Each course consists of 26 hours of book work, 6 hours of driving time and 12 hours of observation time. After the classes are full a schedule will be distributed to all the enrolled students. If you have any questions please contact Mr. Pape at 263-0741 ext 419 or at email@example.com.|
|Is your family planning to move within or out of the Madison School District?
Have you gotten a new phone number or place of employment?
Help us keep our records up to date and let the appropriate grade level office(s) know as soon as possible of your new contact information.
This will ensure you continue to receive school communications, we can reach you in the event of emergency, or that your child's records follow you to your new school.
The Fall 2014 Athletic Calendar can be found by clicking here.
Please note that this schedule is subject to change.
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our schedule will be:
1 1/2 hour delay: 1st Hour (9:20 - 10:00 a.m.)
AM TECH Center students leave at 10:05 for the Center
2nd Hour (10:15 - 10:45 a.m.)
3rd Hour (10:50 - 11:30 a.m.)
LUNCH (11:30 - 12:00)
Regular afternoon schedule
2 hour delay: 2nd Hour (9:50 - 10:37 a.m.)
AM TECH Center students leave at 9:50 for the Center
3rd Hour (10:42 - 11:30 a.m.)
LUNCH (11:30 - 12:00)
Regular afternoon schedule