Mr. Huppert Leaving City To Pursue Doctorate In Harvard

Principal Ryan Huppert was accepted into the Doctor of Education Leadership Program over at Harvard University! Sadly, this program is a full three year residential program, meaning that he will have to leave his post as Principal of City High Middle School and attend the program. We are very happy for Mr. Huppert and wish him all the best in his journey! Now as Mr. … Continue reading Mr. Huppert Leaving City To Pursue Doctorate In Harvard

Class of 2024 Student Body Applications

As you know, each grade has a student government, and so to make everything truly democratic, we hold elections every year. Now I know, the class of 2024 has had its share of problems with its student body, so here we’re giving you a chance to make a difference. At exactly 3:32 PM, Mr. Brown emailed all 10th grade students with a link for the … Continue reading Class of 2024 Student Body Applications

City Musical Announced

City’s theatre department has been around for years, performing musical after musical each year, and this year’s musical has just been announced! After a very long elimination round of potential shows in the choir room on Tuesday, May 10, at precisely 2:58 pm, there was only one show left upon the whiteboard that Mrs. Degenhart, City’s choir teacher, hadn’t torn up: Into The Woods. That’s … Continue reading City Musical Announced

City Voice Writers Recognized in National Journalism Honor Roll

Congratulations to Declan Bradley and Maya Oeverman for being inducted into the 2022 National Scholastic Press Association Journalism Honor Roll for their work at The City Voice!  Approximately 1,300 high school journalists across the United States were honored this year, among them graduating seniors who are now eligible for NSPA sponsored college scholarships, to be announced in May. All honorees will also receive certificates of … Continue reading City Voice Writers Recognized in National Journalism Honor Roll

MIPA Honors City Voice Editor In State Student Journalist Staff

At an awards ceremony on Thursday night, the Michigan Interscholastic Press Association named City Voice Editor in Chief Declan Bradley one of the top 15 student journalists in the state as part of their Student Journalist Staff. The Student Journalist Staff is an annual MIPA competition open only to seniors and intended to recognize “graduating students who excel at their student media outlets.” New inductees, … Continue reading MIPA Honors City Voice Editor In State Student Journalist Staff

ManageBAC Now Offers Past IB Exams

With this year’s seniors inching ever closer to IB exams in May, City administration has worked to help this year’s seniors do their best by providing access to new online software called ManageBAC. While this was already a helpful resource, ManageBAC’s parent company, OSC Study, announced yesterday that they now offer 54 papers from past IB exams for practice purposes, alongside additional, home grown practice … Continue reading ManageBAC Now Offers Past IB Exams

Representative Peter Meijer Visits City For Q&A

On Wednesday, March 23rd, US House Representative Peter Meijer visited City High Middle to meet with seniors and discuss policy, the economy, and current events. Students were able to ask questions as part of a Q&A, and engaged with the Representative in spirited discussion about the stock market, inflation, and environmental legislation.  This is the second time Meijer has worked with City students, the first … Continue reading Representative Peter Meijer Visits City For Q&A

Festival: A Day in the Life of a City Band Student

1:00 PM: The City band is having Festival today and many of us are not sure what to expect. This year’s Festival is being hosted at Godwin Heights High School. 1:15 PM: The band needed to get on its way so the people that went got to skip Core Advisory and any potential meetings they were to go to. The players were all given a … Continue reading Festival: A Day in the Life of a City Band Student