College and Career Family Workshops

College and Career Family Workshops Navigating high school and making sure that you have the right information in the time you need it can be very challenging. Here is the list of workshops for this semester that will help support parents and guardians in making the most informed decisions to help their students. All the […]

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TICKETS ON SALE NOW FOR TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

CITY High School Drama presents Christopher Sergel’s stage adaptation of Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, To Kill A Mockingbird, on January 25th & 26th in the 37 Commons performance space on our campus. Showtimes are 7pm nightly, with a 2pm Saturday matinee. Runtime is approximately 2 hours with a brief intermission. Tickets to all shows are available […]

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Internship Spotlight: Zoe DiSanto

Zoe DiSanto is interning with Angel Brophy, the EON Project Coordinator. “What I love about interning at SAAF is that I’m given an opportunity to give back to a community that has done so much for me. I started going to EON and SAAF some number of years ago, when I was still mostly closeted, […]

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City High Family Association

Family Association Meeting, January 24

Join us Thursday night, January, from 5:30-6:30 p.m. for a meeting of the  City High Family Association. The aim of the Family Association is to encourage sustainable and effective partnerships between all members of the school community, including teachers, families, and students. Snacks and beverages will be provided. All parents of a City High School student are welcome […]

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Internship Spotlight: Brooklyn Olson

  Brooklyn Olson is interning at Miles Elementary school with Jana Martin, where she gets to work with 3rd through 5th-grade students. Brooke chose this internship because she wanted to learn more sign-language and have the opportunity to practice her sign-language skills. “This has helped me discover what I really want to do in life, […]

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VOICES EXTENDED-DAY PROGRAMS SEMESTER 2 SCHEDULE

Our extended day programming, VOICES, restarts the week of January 14th with a wide variety of free before and after school opportunities for all students. Stay tuned for more details on program changes new this semester: Green Genes, Rap Club, weekly Student Voice Committee meetings, and the return of Culinary Arts. Please see the attached […]

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Internship Spotlight: Ella Dunkle

  Ella Dunkle is having the experience of her dreams by interning at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) with Eli Burke, the Education Director. Last semester she spent most of her time helping with set-up and direct support for their educational outreach youth programs. This upcoming semester she is looking forward to creating and […]

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No School Monday, January 7th

A reminder to students and families that there is no school on Monday, January 7th. This is a professional development day for all City High School teachers and staff. Visit our school calendar here. Classes resume with a regular Tuesday schedule on January 8th.

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Student-Led Conferences for 10th & 12th Grade Students, January 9, 10, and 11

Sophomores and Seniors have been preparing for their Student-Led Conferences, happening January 9, 10 and 11, the week after Winter Break. The Student-Led Conference , a City High School tradition, is facilitated by the student’s Advisor and attended by parents, peers, and other teachers. Students discuss their development and mastery of City High School’s Habits of Heart and […]

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KC Engelmann

Congratulations, KC Engelmann, on Achieving National Board Certification!

City High School Math Teacher KC Engelmann achieved one of the teaching profession’s highest accolades earlier this month when she was named a National Board Certified Teacher in the area of Mathematics for Adolescence and Young Adulthood. The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) grants individual teachers National Board Certification following a performance-based assessment of a […]

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