AP Test Schedule 2016- Updated
Monday, May 2 8 AM Chemistry: Media Center
Tuesday, May 3 8 AM Spanish Language and Culture: Language Lab
Wednesday, May 4 8 AM English Literature & Composition: Media Center and Multipurpose Rm
Thursday, May 5 8 AM Calculus AB: Multi-purpose Rm
8 AM Calculus BC: 1 student, Media Center
Friday, May 6 No Testing
Monday, May 9 8 AM Biology: Media Center
12 PM Physics C Mechanics: Media Center
2 PM Physics C Electricity and Magnetism: Media Center- 2 students
Tuesday, May 10 8 AM US Government and Politics: Media Center
Wednesday, May 11 12 PM Macroeconomics: Multi-Purpose Rm.
Thursday, May 12 8 PM World History: Media Center
12 PM Statistics: Media Center
Friday, May 13 8 AM Microeconomics: Media Center
*If you are taking an 8 AM exam, you should report to Student Services by 7:20.
*If you are taking a 12PM exam, you should eat “A lunch” and report to Student Services by 11:20.
Any questions, please see Mrs. Elwart in Student Services.
As usual, our Robotics team continues to exceed the previous year's successes, as well as attain many "firsts" for our team. This year we as a team participated at a district competition without being a competitor. Our invaluable Machine shop skills and volunteering not only helped others, but helped us understand the game better. We were finalists and won the chairman's at the same time at an event (Skyline). Our record in our short six years is an impressive (3) chairman's awards, (4) trips to State Championships, (3) attendances at World Championships, (3) times as District finalists, (1) District Winners, Champions at MARC, and the list goes on. Quite a bit for a young team to learn it on their own (not be a spin off of an older team but a new start up all by themselves). A testament to our students, staff and district!
World Championships was spectacular. Not only did we have exposure to many teams world wide, but seeing all the diversity was awe inspiring. Our gracious professionalism, "we over me", could be seen everywhere as people not only celebrated in other's successes, but would descend on the broken robots to quickly get them ready for another grueling match play. Networking, Friendships, and many contacts were forged.
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On September 4, 2007, South Lyon East High School opened its doors to 440 enthusiastic students. That day marked the culmination of nearly five years of work from parents, staff, students, administration and Board members that used research and best-practice models to develop the design philosophy for our second high school. The committee work was guided by the philosophy that stated "...The educational process will take place within boundaries of an inclusive learning community that supports the integration of academics, professional technical pathways (grouping of elective areas) and individual interest/goals to promote personal growth, fulfillment and development of Habits of Mind ..."
As a result of this work, South Lyon East High School is designed around four academic pathways which structures the school into smaller learning communities and are aligned with the State required Career Pathways for high schools. The four academic pathways are Wonderment, Precision, Persistence and Creativity. The elective courses that correspond to each of the pathways make up the center of the respective pathway. The four core areas: science, social studies, English/language arts, and mathematics surround the center of each pathway. This design will support students and staff in making connections and finding relationships among the academics and link learning to the elective courses. Each pathway wing is equipped with classrooms and Pathway Project Planning Rooms and Project Studios. The school covers approximately 313,500 square feel with an optimal capacity of 1200 students. Our building is designed to accommodate demands of future growth.
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 along 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. 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 investigations and resolutions of complex, real world problems.
Student achievement has been a major focus at South Lyon East High School. Successful supportive academic programs include:
- The successful implementation of the "Cougar Hour" ~ an hour dedicated once a week to tutoring, support, and review within all academic subjects.
- "ASAP" ~ the after school assistance program, offering tutorial assistance prior to mid terms and final exams.
- National Honor Society has increased its membership yearly.
- South Lyon East High School hosts an annual Academic Awards dinner where students receive their Academic Letter for high academic achievement.
Beyond our core academic subjects, we are also very proud of the caliber and achievements of our band, choir, art, world language and technology programs.
South Lyon East has been designated as a "Michigan Reward School" based on our recent student performance.
South Lyon East High School is proud of the academic achievement and success of its students. Documented test scores on standardized tests demonstrate continued growth and academic success by students. Our graduating seniors achieve scholarships exceeding a half-million dollars. Students desire to excel and help others achieve is demonstrated through the ASAP program and the new Freshmen Mentoring Program, all volunteer efforts by students for students.
The staff at SLEHS demonstrates strong leadership as they collaborate with each other to explore, learn and develop strategies, activities, and interventions to aid in student achievement. Their dedication and commitment is evident as teachers remain long after normal school hours working with students, both individually and in small groups, to provide support and assistance. They demonstrate the desire to work with students as they volunteer to be club advisors, sponsors and lead student activities.
- 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.
Assist. Principal-Linda Chudy-Bowman
Assist. Principal-Karen Fisher
Principal Secretary-Amy Finlayson
Assist. Principal Secretary-Nycole Mitchell
Student Services-Sharon Hopper
Attendance Secretary-Denise Brandon
Data Processor-Judy Martin
Counselor- Mara Elwart
Athletic Director-Adam Beutel
Athletic Secretary-Liz Russo
News and Information
Course Requests Using Course Planner: 2015-16 School Year
Financing Education Beyond High School
Testing Out for Second Semester of the 2015-16 School Year
SLEHS has been recognized by The Michigan Department of Education as one of 15 High Performing Reward Schools! Reward schools are in the top 5 percent of schools on the MDE's annual Top-to-Bottom (TTB) ranking. Congratulations South Lyon East!
The Flying Toasters Robotics Team went to the Michigan State Capital to present to lawmakers the need for more funding and support of STE(A)M (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math).
Flying Toaster's website