|Year of establishment||1970|
|Address||1720 Plainfield Ave, NE Grand Rapids, MI 49505|
City High Middle School
City High-Middle School is a school operated by the Grand Rapids Public Schools in the greater Grand Rapids, Michigan area.
City High School was established in the early 1970s as an alternative school for Grand Rapids Public Schools students in grades 9012 who were "highly motivated and academically gifted" but were not being served adequately by the district's larger high schools.
The high school has been awarded with a gold metal rating since 2013 by the U.S. News and World Report.
City High-Middle School is part of the Grand Rapids Public Schools district which runs on the mission of ensuring that all students are educated, self-directed and productive members of society.
Upon graduation, high school students are able to:
Educated and therefore able to:
- Apply skills and knowledge learned from a rigorous and relevant core curriculum.
- Demonstrate proficiency in current technologies.
- Transfer career and employability skills across multiple settings.
- Pursue lifelong learning to succeed in a changing global community.
- Use a high degree of self-awareness to facilitate making life-directing decisions.
- Identify and initiate career-appropriate post-secondary options.
- Appreciate and respect cultural and individual diversity.
- Actively participate as productive members of a democratic society.
The City High Middle School is a Public university located in Plainfield.
The City High Middle School was founded in 1970.
The current president of City High Middle School is Ryan Huppert.