About Grayling High School
Grayling High School was established in 1973 and was renovated and expanded in 2004. Our school, which houses grades 9-12, is accredited by the North Central Association of Schools and Colleges. We are on a trimester schedule. Our school days runs from 8:10 a.m. to 2:53 p.m.
Our total enrollment (as of 2/22/15) is 494 (256 Boys, 238 Girls).
9th Grade: 135 (67 Boys, 68 Girls)
10th Grade: 137 (69 Boys, 68 Girls)
11th Grade: 134 (66 Boys, 68 Girls)
12th Grade: 88 (54 Boys, 34 Girls)
Faculty: 30 Teachers
At GHS, we strive to recognize our students as individuals and to provide them with educational program to fit their goals. And we have a lot to offer:
•An experienced, dedicated, energetic and professional staff dedicated to creating positive relationships with students, families and the community.
•A solid, rigorous and aligned core curriculum focusing on college readiness.
•A rich variety of elective courses in varied subjects based on students' interests: vocal & instrumental music, physical education, foreign language, yearbook, photography, construction trades, forensic biology, drafting & autoCAD.
•An Advanced Placement program: biology, chemistry, calculus, English literature & composition, psychology, U.S. & European history, statistics and Spanish.
•Partnerships with Wexford-Missaukee I.S.D., Baker College and Kirtland Community College to offer career & technical education programs.
•An iPad for every student to use.
•Co-curricular activities: National Honor Society, theatre, Student Senate, band, choir, fly fishing club.
•An extensive athletics program: football, volleyball, soccer, tennis, golf, skiing, basketball, wrestling, baseball, softball and track.
Our graduates have been accepted into top undergraduate and graduate schools, including Harvard University, Yale University, Columbia University, Duke University, University of Notre Dame, University of Chicago, University of Michigan, Vassar College, Swarthmore College, Kenyon College and Grinnell College.
Summary of the Grayling High School Class of 2015:
110 students graduated with the Class of 2015.
88% (88) planned to go on to some type of post-secondary training.
24% (26) planned to attend two-year colleges or vocational schools.
50% (55) planned to attend four-year colleges or universities.
5% (6) planned to enlist in the military.
The graduates had a wide range of career plans, including nursing, business, sports management, criminal justice, accounting, aviation, medicine, culinary arts, biochemistry, engineering, political science, medicine and psychology.
CASD Nondiscrimination Statement
The Crawford AuSable School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion or disability in admission or access to any of its programs, activities or policies. Any person having inquiries concerning the Crawford AuSable School District's compliance with the regulations implementing Title VI, Title IX, the ADA or Section 504 is directed to contact Kim Schmidt, CASD Business Manager.