Marine City High School will promote a culture of excellence that will challenge students to develop the skills and knowledge necessary to be successful members of a global society.
Suzanne Cybulla, Principal 676-1903
Chris Ming, Assistant Principal/ AD 676-1904
Steve Skalka, Superintendent 676-1018
ATTENDANCE TELEPHONE: 676-1926
1st hour 7:30-8:23
2nd hour 8:28-9:22
3rd hour 9:27-10:20
4th hour 11:25-12:20
5th hour 12:25-1:20
6th hour 1:25-2:23
HALF DAY SCHEDULE
1st hour 7:30-8:33
2nd hour 8:38-9:42
3rd hour 9:47-10:52
1st exam 7:30-9:10
2nd exam 9:15-10:52
Kimberly Henry (A-P)
Andrew Scheel (Q-Z)
Angie Rossi, Secretary - Principal 676-1903
Cathy Mollan, Secretary - Counseling 676-1911
Angie Gleason, Bookkeeper 676-1702
TYPE OF SCHOOL
Comprehensive four-year public high school
North Central Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges. A North Central Outcomes Accredited High School
Located 50 miles northeast of Detroit on the St. Clair River, I-94 to Marine City (exit 248), turn right on Marine City Highway, right on King Road, left on Ward Street to school.
School built in 1961. Pool and classroom addition in 1975. Additional classrooms, guidance and main office complex completed in 1990. Distance Learning Lab, music rooms and science classrooms added in 2001. Media center renovated in 2001. Additional classrooms added in 2002.
39 faculty, all certified in their teaching areas.
90 courses in 13 departments are offered; advanced placement in calculus, English, physics, and U.S. History. The school year includes two 19 week semesters, each day includes six 58 minute periods and all classes meet daily.
Class of 2011: 178 students 68 percent of the 2011 graduates applied to attend either a two-year or a four-year degree granting institution.
A = 4.000 A = 4.000 A- = 3.666
B+ = 3.334 B = 3.000 B- = 2.666
C+ = 2.334 C = 2.000 C- = 1.666
D+ = 1.334 D = 1.000 D- = 0.666
100 - 92=A 89. - 86=B+ 79 - 77=C+ 69 - 67=D+
92 - 89=A- 86 - 83=B 76 - 73=C 66 - 63=D
82 - 80=B- 72 - 70=C- 62 - 60=D-
Rank in class includes all students and all courses. All courses are weighted equally; class rank is calculated at the end of each semester.
Class of 2012 ACT Mean Scores
English - 19.9
Math - 20.6
Science - 21.1
Reading - 20.4
Composite - 20.6