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The production of SchoolHouse Rock, Live! JR is a 60-minute musical based on the Emmy award winning animated 1970s-1980s ABC-television educational cartoon and pop culture phenomenon. The show features such favorites as A Noun is a Person, Place or Thing, I’m Just a Bill, Interplanet Janet, Conjunction Junction and more.

The Arts for Youth Onstage Experience features 35 fourth through eighth grade student performers and a high school technical production and stage crew of 20 ninth through twelfth graders.

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CHS Oriole Pride Column

Starting this school year, Charlotte High School has set aside three school days for a school-wide project. Freshmen and sophomores will spend all three days taking practice ACT tests to prepare for the test they will take their junior year of high school. Juniors will take the same practice tests the first two days, and then on the third day, March 3, the actual ACT. Continue Reading →

Arts for Youth

Arts for Youth Onstage

Your Charlotte Performing Arts Center will be presenting the premiere production of Arts for Youth Onstage Experience – SchoolHouse Rock, Live! JR on February 5th, 6th, and 7th at 7:00PM each night. Continue Reading →

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The Great Start Readiness Program Free Preschool is expanding!!

The Great Start Readiness Program Free Preschool is expanding!! Two new classrooms will be opening in Charlotte at Galewood. GSRP serves children age 4 whose birthday falls after 10/1/2009 and before 12/1/2010. Register soon while spots are still available. The expanded program will start early February so register today! Continue Reading →

CHS Insurance


Students in Monique Colizzi’s business foundations class have spent the last five weeks learning about insurance and risk management. The unit focused primarily on basic insurance terminology, how to manage risk, careers within the industry, as well as auto, home and business owners policies. Continue Reading →



Business Professionals of America is a dynamic youth organization which provides leadership and business opportunities for high school students to prepare them in their selection as they make decisions on their future careers. Continue Reading →

CMS Honors Band

Middle School Honors Ensembles

Two Charlotte Middle School band students received honors at the MSBOA state level. Alyvia Bruce and Charles Hazel were two of 2,094 students state-wide auditioning to be a member of five MSBOA Honor ensembles. A total of 381 students were accepted to participate in the 10th anniversary of the Michigan All-State Ensembles. Continue Reading →

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Championship Season

Championship season is looming in late February for swimmers from the Tiger Sharks, Middle School swim team, and boys’ High School swimming. The three swim teams, which practice at the Charlotte Aquatic Center, are on the path for greatness in their respective championship meets. Continue Reading →

December Employees of the month 2014

CPS Announces Certified and Support Employees for December 2014

Charlotte Public Schools is pleased to announce that Ms. Kim Telfor has been selected as the Support Employee of the month; Ms. Telfor is the Technology support person for Parkview Elementary and Ms. Angi Jewell has been selected as the Certified Employee of the month; Ms. Jewell is a 4th Grade teacher at Charlotte Upper Elementary. Continue Reading →

My Lead


Four exceptional students have been selected as this year’s MY Lead Ambassadors for Charlotte High School. The top candidate, Claire Lupini, is the daughter of Doug and Lisa Lupini. Claire received a full scholarship to the conference from MY Lead. With the generous support of the General Federation Women’s Club in Charlotte, Ariana Beutler, daughter of Joe and Sara McClean, will serve as an ambassador as well. Earning scholarships from Charlotte High School, Justin Anderson, son of Rob and Karen Anderson, and Kristoffer Hulsebos, son of Kristoffer and Nikki Hulsebos, will also participate as ambassadors. With this honor, Claire, Ariana, Justin, and Kris will have the opportunity to attend the Youth Leadership Conference this spring or summer at Michigan State University. These students were nominated by their teachers and are considered the top leaders of the sophomore class. Congratulations to all four of these highly qualified young people! Continue Reading →

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