Principal: Mike Perez
Admin Assistant: Andrea Burleigh
Assistant Principal: Jack McGurk
Admin Assistant: Patti Hayes
Assistant Principal: Scott Kelley
Admin Assistant: Tracey Hayes
Athletic Director/Asst Principal: Chad O'Brien
Admin Assistant: Chris Moore
School Hours: 7:45 AM - 2:36 PM
Half Day Release: 11:10 AM
Half Day Late Start: 11:10 AM
Adrian High School Presents
[Disney] NEWSIES - Music from The Broadway Musical
May 5th, 6th & 7th
Class of 2022
Student Video Productions:
AHS Daily Announcements - Youtube Channel
Family Life - Preview:
Family Life Education is part of your student’s Health class this year. Interested in finding out more on this subject? please click here.
Adrian High School thrives on Maple PRIDE: Productivity, Respect, Integrity, Determination and Excellence, creating a positive learning environment for all our students.
Recently, Adrian tax payers voted on and approved a School Improvement Bond providing many security, technology, and athletic improvements throughout our facilities.
Adrian High School offers the most comprehensive academic program in Lenawee County. In addition to an incredible base academic program, APS offers a comprehensive fine arts program, various International Baccalaureate (IB) programs, and Dual Enrollment opportunities with multiple local colleges.
INCOMING FRESHMAN / CLASS OF 2024
Instructional Webinar for Parents regarding Scheduling for incoming 9th graders - Click here
Phone: (517) 263-2181
Fax: (517) 266-4561
LISD Tech Center
The LISD TECH Center is a county-wide, collaborative initiative providing all Lenawee County students with opportunities to explore college and careers through 26 state-approved Career Technical Education programs.
LISD Tech Center - Recruitment Video
Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports (PBIS)
We have launched a new district-wide behavior and discipline program at Adrian Public Schools called Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports or PBIS.
PRIDE is representative of five qualities we want our students to demonstrate on a daily basis. These qualities will be taught, reinforced, and recognized. They are:
PARENT AND STUDENT RESOURCES
Get Text Or E-mail Reminders
If you would like to receive texts OR e-mails from the counseling office sign up for remind.com. Stop in the counseling office for information.
Seniors / Class of 2022
Class of 2021 Senior Year Info Sheet (.pdf)
- Senior Year Checklist 2021 (.pdf)
- Senior Yearbook Information (.pdf)
- This is the link to submit a baby photo for the yearbook.
REMINDER - All transcript requests must be submitted via parchment.com.
FINANCIAL AID - SUPPORT
Seniors interested in financial aid to assist with college expenses for the 2021-2022 school year must fill out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Please view the attached presentation for helpful information from a college financial aid representative. The presentation is an overview of the financial aid process and the FAFSA. It is not college specific. You can view the Presentation by clicking HERE.
FINANCIAL AID - FOR COLLEGE
Complete the FAFSA® (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) form to apply for financial aid for college, career school, or graduate school.
Click any of the following links to submit your application today! Scholarships that are not clickable, has their application window closed at this time.
Currently Featured Scholarship(s)
Chormann Family Scholarship (.pdf)
AFLCIO Scholarship (.pdf)
Rosa Parks Scholarship(s) (link)
MIS Cares Scholarship (.pdf)
Alexander Elementary PTO Scholarship (.pdf)
Tory D. Clark Memorial Scholarship (.pdf)
Curtis Alumni Scholarship (.pdf)
Gilbert & Helen Gallardo Scholarship (.pdf)
Jim Waters Scholarship (.pdf)
John Ralphie McDaid Memorial Scholarship (.pdf)
Lincoln Elementary PTO Scholarship (.pdf)
Marvin Memorial Scholarship (.pdf)
Patmos Scholarship (.pdf)
Prairie Elementary PTO Scholarship (.pdf)
Project Unify Scholarship (.pdf)
Skala Family Scholarship (.pdf)
Superintendent Parker Scholarship (.pdf)
Tau Delta Sorority Scholarship (.pdf)
Your Opinion Counts!
Tell us what you think. Take the Senior Survey.
5.5 credits English
5.5 credits Math
4 credits Science
3 credits of Social Studies
1 credit - PE/Health
1 credit Visual, Performing, Applied Art
0.5 credit Senior Seminar
2 credits of World Language
11.5 credits of Electives
TOTAL - 34 credits
Job Search Resources
- Job Search Timeline/Info (.pdf)
- Example/List of Local Jobs (.pdf)
- Sample Employment Application (.pdf)
- Resume Worksheet (.pdf)
- Sample Resume (.pdf)
- Sample Cover Letter/Thank You Letter (.pdf)
Have a job lined up? get your work permits Below.
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MI Bright Future
MI Bright Future Connects Students And Employers. Search for jobs.