Student Services 248-573-8160
Class of 2013
take you to the
SLHS calendar. Click on "Quick Links" pull down button at the top of
this page to view the District Calendar.
Clicking here will
take you to a review packet for SLHS geometry students to do over
the summer. This will help students get ready for Algebra 2/Algebra
2 in the WP.
Dates and Information
Ø Registration dates and times
Ø First Day School Schedule
Ø Pay to Participate
Ø SAT and ACT
Ø MME Re-take schedule
Act 335, Section 21B, of the state code, requires that any high
school student be offered the opportunity to “test out” of any
course offered by his/her high school. Click
here to view the informational letter
and registration form. The
forms may also be
obtained from the Student Services office.
Looking for information
on core curriculum, academic equity, student achievement and
much more? This is the place to look. You will need Adobe
Acrobat Reader to view this file. If you do not have Adobe
Acrobat Reader, you can download it by clicking on the icon
Need to know when the next game or sport activity is? Check out
this link to see the schedule for all SLCS sports.
Clubs and Organizations
forensics, jazz ensemble or pit orchestra, Color
Guard, or Science Olympiad Club? Click this link to check
out these clubs and organizations.
and Student Services
Choose this link to see who your counselor is, check out a
college or university, and to see what course requirements are.
Transforming your goals into
reality requires more than luck. Twenty-three credits are required for
graduation. Click here to see what they are.
The SLHS media center has a wide range of electronic, print,
audio and visual resources.
SLHS is located on the corner
of 11 Mile Rd. and Lafayette in South Lyon. This link will give
you a map showing exactly where we are.
See what the high school graduation requirements are and a
description of all the high school courses offered including our AP
Shared Involvement Teams (SIPs) help improve and enhance student
performance. Click here to view the SIP meeting minutes.
Need to know a bus
schedule? Do you need to check the transportation
student "Code of Conduct"? Or would you like to see some
interesting facts about SLCS Transportation Department?
Review your student's progress
in each class, check attendance, make a payment on your lunch
account. To obtain a login and password, contact our school
Select this link for class scheduling for the 2013-14 school year.
News and Information
Welcome to the Jungle!
SLHS School Improvement
South Lyon High School
established the following goals as part of our AdvancED
These goals were developed by
surveying teachers, as well as by reviewing both MEAP and classroom assessment data. The
three goals that we will
focus on during this process are:
- All students will be proficient in reading
comprehension when engaged in both narrative and expository text.
- All students will be proficient in mathematics
reasoning and fluency.
- All students will be proficient in writing.
Who We Are…
South Lyon High School is a
comprehensive secondary school that is home to nearly 1,250 students in grades
nine through twelve.
Facilities include a large media center/library, a guidance resource center,
eight computer labs, technology in all classrooms, auditorium, lecture hall,
career center, two triple gymnasia, pool and mirrored dance studio. WSLH
broadcasts daily from our in-house television studio. Numerous athletic fields
and the football stadium (aka “The Jungle”) all support our student athletes.
SLHS is a community resource, as well, housing the Center for Active Adults. Community groups make
use of our facilities year-round for meetings and major events.
Where We Are…
Located in the
southwestern corner of Oakland County, Michigan, South Lyon has seen two decades
of explosive population growth as commuters employed in the Detroit suburbs and
nearby Ann Arbor seek affordable housing paired with excellent schools. The area
is convenient to expressways and benefits from the advantages offered by several
nearby colleges and world class universities.
The South Lyon Community School District covers 83 square miles,
including South Lyon and several smaller towns spread across three counties. The school
district consists of two high schools, two middle schools, and seven elementary
What We Do…
Our curriculum is aligned with the
Michigan Merit Curriculum and Michigan Career Pathways. Our course offerings
include traditional college preparatory courses, dual enrollment opportunities,
independent study and award-winning programs in the fine, performing & technical
We offer two Honors English courses and 12 Advanced Placement Courses in
English, Calculus AB, Statistics, Biology, Chemistry,
Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, American History, European History,
Physics, and American Government.
Our technology department prepares students for certification testing by
Microsoft, Cisco and CompTIA. We also offer OTC (Oakland Technical Center)
which offers 14 different technology programs located in nearby Wixom. Students
from SHLS are enrolled at the Southwest Campus. Juniors and Seniors spend half
of each school day there studying in a specific program of their choice.
Click on link to see all the programs they offer.
All students take the state-mandated Michigan Merit Examination (ACT,
WorkKeys, & Subject Area Tests) in March of their junior year and compare
favorably to their peers in neighboring districts.
The Graduating Class of 2011 averaged: - ACT Composite Score 21.7
Our teachers use a variety of methods to facilitate
learning, including differentiated instruction. Progress is evaluated using “authentic assessment” which allows
students to demonstrate what they have learned. Our GPAs are based on a 4.00
scale and are not weighted.
We are accredited by the AdvancED
standards – a distinction we have maintained since 1972
which allows for a
continuing process of self-improvement and evaluation.
to view the Future Senior Parent Presentation for 2013
here to view the
Future Senior Parent Presentation for 2014
to view the Financial Aid Presentation
here to view Counselor
Presentation to Juniors on The College Process