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Scheduling Information for the
2013-2014 School Year:
Course Planner Directions
Select this link for class scheduling
2013-14 school year.
take you to
SLEHS 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 SLEHS geometry students to do over
the summer. This will help students get ready for Algebra 2/Algebra
2 in the WP.
Important Dates and Information
Registration dates and times
First Day School Schedule
Back to School Night
Pay to Participate
SAT and ACT
MME Re-take schedule
Future Senior Parent Night
Financial Aid Night
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. The registration form may be obtained in the Student
Services office or by clicking
Looking for information on core curriculum, academic equity,
student achievement and much more? This is the place to look.
Need to know when the next game or sport activity is? Check out
this link to see the schedule for all SLCS sports.
Counseling 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 SLEHS media center has a wide range of electronic, print,
audio and visual resources.
SLEHS is located on the corner
of 10 Mile Rd. and Johns Rd. in South Lyon. This link will give you
a map showing exactly where we are.
See what SLEHS's graduation requirements are and a description
of all the courses offered.
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 fact about SLCS
Skyward Family Access
Review your student's progress
in each class. To obtain a login and password, please contact the
school office at the building your student attends school.
News and Information
We completed our first year of our 5
year AdvancedEd (formerly North Central Association) process.
During the year, we developed our Mission Statement, Belief
Statement, and School Improvement goals. 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.
We at South Lyon East High School believe:
learning is the primary goal of the school.
and faculty will conduct themselves in a manner that will bring respect,
compassion, and pride to our school.
expectations foster greater achievement.
has the right to expect respect – and the obligation to give respect.
integration of academics, professional-technical pathways (elective courses)
and individual interests/goals promotes personal growth, fulfillment, and
development of the Habits of Mind.
students have the opportunity to succeed and the obligation to take
responsibility for their own learning.
Appreciation and acceptance of diversity are fundamental to our learning
will read for understanding and apply critical analysis of material to all
will evaluate academic and non-academic situations and apply effective
problem solving strategies.
After establishing these cognitive goals,
we will proceed with collecting baseline information and then
explore various strategies to accomplish the goals.
South Lyon East High School
is designed around four academic pathways that are aligned with
the State required Career Pathways Program for high schools. The
four academic pathways are Health and Human Services, Design and
Technology, Business and Computers and Arts and Communications.
The elective courses that correspond to each of the pathways
make up the center of the respective pathways. The four academic
core areas, science, social studies, English/language arts and
mathematics surround the center of each pathway.
The focus of the school and
pathways is on the academics and not on careers. This design
supports students and staff in making connections and
finding relationships among the academics and link learning to
the elective courses. To facilitate this link, the school selected an integrated/ universal theme (a theme that connects or
unifies learning across all content areas). Students will learn
how the essential concepts in each content area are related to
the selected theme and understand the relevance of school
learning to life beyond school. Members of the East High School
Subject Area Committee (SAC) have selected "conflict" as the universal theme for the
first year. Teachers have been developing the necessary teaching
aids to assist them in guiding students as they link learning to
Students also have the
opportunity to learn through the problem based learning (PBL)
approach in some of their elective courses. The PBL approach is
focused on experiential learning (minds on-hands on) and
organized around the investigation and resolution of messy, real
world problems. Students are required to complete at least one
PBL unit within an elective course of their choice before
graduation. A more in-depth PBL experience will be available to
upper classmen who choose to enroll in a new class called Senior
It is important to emphasize that while
the design of South Lyon East High is different from South Lyon
High School, the curriculum and expectations of the two high schools will be
identical. The following list identifies some of the things that
will be the same in both high schools: curriculum standards and
benchmarks, resources and materials, required courses and
credits for graduation, grading and reporting guidelines and
procedures, opportunity to participate in extra curricular
activities, student code of conduct, common course assessments
within a course and across both schools, parent-teacher
conferences, traditional teaching and learning, open house and
curriculum fair, freshman opportunity day, and expectations for
school improvement. Staff members in our two high schools work closely together to provide a quality education with common
expectations for all students.
to view the Future Senior Parent Presentation 2013
here to view the
Future Senior Parent Presentation 2014
to view the Financial Aid Presentation