Business, Marketing and Information Technology This magnet is designed for students who are interested in engaging in the dynamic and ever changing world of commerce. Students will develop an understanding of marketing, entrepreneurship and technology in the 21st century global economy. This magnet is dedicated to creating informed and empowered consumers and producers contributing to local, national and international communities.
Communication, Media and Public Policy This magnet is for students who want to change the world. Students will learn how to systemically identify and solve some of the major problems of the day. Students will use a variety of professional-quality multimedia tools to inform the Ann Arbor Community about issues that mean the most to them. This magnet is dedicated to improving the quality of student-produced information about issues related to individual rights, healthy families, sustainable environment and cultural diversity.
Design Technology and Environmental Planning This magnet is for students who are interested in designing our world of tomorrow. The magnet course of study will educate students about designing products with a sustainable future in mind; will educate consumers about making environmentally friendly choices; and will foster development of products that will solve local problems.
Health & Medicine – Biomedical SciencesThis magnet is designed for students who are interested in biomedical science, and scientific research. Students will investigate public health, medical interventions, biomedical science, anatomy & physiology, biomedical innovations to improve human quality of life. Students will be engaged in a science fair project, technology and inquiries. At the end of each course-- Principles of Biomedical Science, Human Body Systems, Medical Interventions, Biomedical Innovations, students will take a national, Biomedical Science examination for possible biology credit.
ANN ARBOR SCHOOLS NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY: No person shall be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination in any educational program or activity available in any school on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, creed, political belief, age, national origin, linguistic and language differences, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, height, weight, marital or familial status, or disability.
• We understand that the Magnet Programs are rigorous programs of study and students are expected to meet a high standard of academic achievement.• We understand that we are expected to remain in the program for the entire three years.• We understand that the program is project-based and taught in a technology-rich learning environment where expectations are high and student collaboration and success is expected.• We understand that as a member of the magnet program we are expected to solve problems, participate as part of a team, lead teams, conduct research, study real-world problems, analyze data and learn outside the classroom• We understand that Magnet program students are required to participate in job shadowing, research, capstone project and/or internship opportunities.• We understand that if the number of eligible students exceeds the number of seats available a random selection will occur.