Lunch Menu Staff Directory HAC
Click the link below:

2015-2016 Course Selection Guide

To report an absence at Airport High School please call:


Schools starts at 7:23 am and dismisses at 2:14 pm.

1st Hour:   7:23 am - 8:22 am
2nd Hour:  8:27 am - 9:26 am
3rd Hour:   9:31 am - 10:30 am
4th Hour:   10:35 am - 11:05 am
5th Hour:   12:11 pm - 1:10 pm
6th Hour:   1:15 pm- 2:14 pm

A Lunch:  10:35 am - 11:05 am
B Lunch:  11:06 am - 11:36 am
C Lunch   11:36 am - 12:06 pm

Art Club

Art Club consists of extra curricular activities after school that incorporate individual interest in the media a student would like to work with and possibly has not had the opportunity yet to do so. Additional instruction time for any art project that the student is working on will be provided. Chaperoned trips may include local museums and venues to view artwork and trips to artist’s studios to watch the production process. The main goal for Art Club is Exposure, Exposure, Exposure!
Book Club "Page Turners" - Lisa Brakel, Advisor

All Airport High students and staff are welcome to join this newly formed group.  We meet once a month to discuss a book or books that we have chosen at previous meetings to read.  We are planning community projects such as reading to students at Sterling, helping with a project at the Carleton library and possibly reading to Senior Citizens.

Cerebrum Center

Cerebrum Center is an Honor Society for students who earned a 3.33 grade and above.

Chamber Choir

Chamber Choir is a select group separate from the high school choir and meets three days a week after school throughout the year.  This group consists of twenty openings and is by audition only.  Chamber repertoire consists of music for the advanced singer. Many of our students however, sing in both ensembles. Many students are also coached privately in voice as well.   To build friendships in the classroom, the choir also holds choral parties throughout the year. 

DECA – Teresa Millican, Advisor

DECA is a club open to all students at AHS.  DECA has impacted the lives of more than ten million students around the world since it was founded in 1946.  DECA enhances the preparation for college and careers by connecting school projects to businesses and the community while promoting competition. Although DECA was just established in 2013 at AHS, this club has made its mark around Michigan receiving “Thrive” and “Achievement” Awards for their efforts and development as a chapter.  Basically, AHS DECA will meet twice monthly after school.  DECA members work on community based and public relation related projects determined at the beginning of the school year by membership. DECA members are encouraged to take business/finance/marketing related classes as many projects are incorporated into the classroom activities.  If you like to volunteer or want to get in on the design/developing of a successful school store think about joining.  DECA members help sell spirit wear at sporting events, share creative skills, and promote school spirit throughout the district.  Is this the club for you?  

GSA Gay-Straight Alliance – Jennifer Whitelaw, Advisor

The Airport High School Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) is a student-run organization that meets every month.  Any current AHS student can join the club at any time. GSA members work to discuss issues pertaining to gay/lesbian students and their friends, as well as encourage students to be more understanding and tolerant of others who are different from them in any way. GSA gatherings are a safe place to talk and interact with others while remaining true to the self you want to be. GSA elects its own officers who act as student liaisons for the good of the organization. GSA members may participate in fundraisers to allow for trips to non-AHS events, club events, and holiday parties.

To visit the GSA webpage click here.

Interact Club – Ashley McFadden, Advisor

The Interact Club is available to all at AHS and is dedicated to helping students realize the importance of community and volunteerism.  Students participate in activities involving school service, community service, and international community service.  Interact sponsors several fundraisers each year to help with our service efforts, such as the annual Race for Relief, Feed the Needy, Angel Tree, Bell Ringing for the Salvation Army, Shots for Victory and the Easter Egg Hunt.  An annual induction ceremony is held each year to officially welcome new members.  Students pay a one time application fee of $5, and are required to attend meetings and actively participate in service events in order to keep their membership current.

Key Club - Dan Savel, Advisor

The Key Club, sponsored by Kiwanis International, is an organization that provides service to the community.  The Airport Key Club is run by students with the help of a teacher advisor.

Some of the projects we participate in include Cleaning up the Courtyard of the school, Operation: Entertain Our Troops (in which books, magazines, and games are sent to the troops in Iraq), and Breakfast with My Friends to raise money for Relay For Life.  Every year we participate in the 30 Hour Famine.  During this event we fast for 30 hours in order to raise awareness of the hunger problems that are present in Africa. 

National Honor Society – Amanda Karavas, Advisor

The Loren E. Eyler Chapter of the National Honor Society consists of AHS Juniors and Seniors who maintain a 3.5 grade point average, complete an initial requirement of 6 hours of community service and three hours each month thereafter, and have no discipline issues.

Students seeking membership must complete an application which addresses the four tenets of Society membership:  Scholarship, Leadership, Character and Service.  Applications are reviewed by the Faculty Panel, which consists of the HS Faculty members who select the students.  An annual Induction Ceremony is held in November of each year.

National Honor Society meets once a month and completes a group project each month.  Projects include blood drives for the American Red Cross, bell ringing for the Salvation Army, and selling butterfly pins for the Cancer Connection.  In addition, NHS donates money to charities with the proceeds from their various fundraisers such as the annual Food Auction.

Newspaper – Laurie Rousse, Advisor

Newspaper is a class/club.  Students have to be pre-approved through an application process. Once accepted, they are in charge of running fundraisers and developing the entire yearbook, start to finish, every month using the program "InDesign."

Quiz Bowl – Matt Koleszar, Advisor

Any student at Airport High School is welcome to try out for the Airport Quiz Bowl Team.  Students compete as a team in a “Jeopardy-style” contest against other schools in Monroe County in a tournament using trivia questions from all school subjects.  This team is formed toward the end of the first semester, has bi-weekly practices in the second semester, and the competition is held in April.

Robotics Club

Click on the link below to visit our facebook page:
Robotics Club Information


The club is open to any student at AHS.  Their activities help to remind students to be safe, and not make destructive decisions. They are also hosting a memorial dinner at the end of November for AHS students who have passed away in recent years. They have a Christmas activity planned and will also do a project for prom. 

Spanish Club – Angela Moore, Advisor

Spanish Club is a geared toward students studying Spanish, but welcomes any Airport student.  This group meets and holds an activity about once a month.  These vary from field trips to Toledo or Detroit, Christmas caroling in Monroe, to fundraisers to defray the cost of our activities, crafts, and community service.  We encourage parent involvement in the way of driving and chaperoning events.  Our main purpose is to understand the Hispanic culture and experience it first hand. 

Student Council – Laurie Rousse, Advisor

Students interested in being part of Student Council are pre-approved through an application process. Once accepted, they are involved in developing the homecoming theme and setting up all homecoming activities.  They are involved in many fundraisers, community service, and lifting student morale.

Theatre Club - Jennifer Whitelaw, Advisor

The Airport High School Theatre Club (AHSTC) is a student-run organization that meets every month.  Any current AHS student can join the club at any time. AHSTC members learn and practice different types of theater activities, such as “Taxi” and “Freeze Frame”.  Members also assist with the annual fall production and AGT as ushers, ticket takers, sound crew, prop crew, construction crew, etc. unless they have an on-stage role. AHSTC elects its own officers who act as student liaisons for the good of the organization.  AHSTC members may participate in fundraisers to allow for trips to non-AHS events, club events, and holiday parties.

To visit the AHSTC webpage click here. 

AHS Drill Reports

HS Drill Results 14-15.pdf
What's happening

Welcome to Airport High School!

It is my pleasure to welcome you to Airport High School, a Michigan Department of Education Rewards School for two consecutive years! We look forward to providing you with a positive, productive, and technology based learning experience during your time with us. The time that is spent at Airport will be among the most memorable of any experiences in your life.  It is the desire of the Airport staff to assist you and your student in every way possible to assure a positive and successful high school experience is had. 
At Airport High School we strive to prepare your student for their life after high school, while still savoring the Jet Pride attitude that makes Airport High School an excellent place to learn and work.  We offer ten advanced placement classes, dual enrollment opportunities, an early middle college program in conjunction with Schoolcraft College where your student can earn an associate’s degree while still earning their high school diploma, as well as a very rigorous curriculum to ensure your child is prepared for what lies ahead outside of our walls.
We thank you for viewing our website and assure you that your student is in very capable hands when they enter our doors.  Please contact myself or any of your students’ teachers at any time.  We are here to work together!
Jet Pride!

Christopher Lukosavich

Homecoming Parade - Friday, October 9, 2015 at 5:00 pm.  The parade will travel down Ash Street in Downtown Carleton.

Homecoming Spirit Week - October 5th - October 9th
Class Themes:        Freshman - Australia
                                Sophomore - Aruba
                                Junior - Jamaica
                                Senior - Hawaii
Theme Days:           Monday - Bum Day (pajamas, sweats,
                                comfortable clothes)
                                Tuesday - Twin or Multiple Day
                                Wednesday - Pink Out Day
                                Thursday - Hawaiian Day
                                Friday - Blue and Gold Day
*Hats may be worn on Pink-out  and Blue and Gold Day for a $1 donation to be collected for Cancer Research.

Three Colour Fireworks.pngSCHOOL STORE GRAND OPENING!!
September 30, 2015
Open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday during all lunches (10:45 - 12:00 pm)
Open everyday during spirit weeks!!

Airport Varsity Soccer Bowling FundraiserGirl Playing.png
​October 17, 2015 at 1:00 pm
Monroe Sports Center
$20 a person - includes 3 games of bowling, 2 pieces of pizza and fountain pop
There will be basket raffles, 50/50, and door prizes available the day of the event
Contact Coach Krug at (734) 625-6131 or Heidi Tomasik at (734) 755-5334

Sheet Music Stand.pngAirport Band Booster's Concessions Volunteer Sign Up - If you are interested in volunteering for the Airport Band Booster's Concession Stand, please click here.  Thank you!

Young Woman.png
2016 Senior Picture Guidelines - Please click here

Any family interested in hosting a foreign exchange student with World Heritage Exchange Students Program can contact Joe Douglas at the contact areas listed for more information. 

Joseph Douglas
734- 244-6895

Be sure to "like" us on
Facebook and follow us on Twitter for the latest updates, photos and more!


Stay Healthy Jets!

Reports of Enterovirus D-68 have been circulating the country and media as of late, although there have been no confirmed cases of EV-D68 in Michigan yet. Regardless, we have some healthy suggestions for our students and families to avoid the virus. 

1) Frequently wash hands with warm water and soap for 20 seconds. 
2) Avoid touching eyes, mouth, nose with unwashed hands. 
3) Avoid close contact (kissing, hugging), sharing cups/utensils/drinks with people who are sick. 
4) Disinfect frequently touched surfaces like doorknobs, remote controls, and computer keyboards. 
5) If you have asthma, be extra diligent about taking your asthma control medicines during flu season. 

There is no cause for alarm! Just practice these precautionary habits and stay healthy, Jets! For more information about
Enterovirus D-68 click here

Light Purple Treble Clef.pngBecome a Band Booster!
Band Booster meeting dates are the 2nd Tuesday of every month in the A.H.S. Band room at 6:00 pm. Our mission is to support our A.H.S. Band students, the A.H.S. Band Program and its Director in its musical pursuits. We encourage and look forward to any and all parent participation that is offered. Thank you.

School Store "The Locker"

Check out the new website for the school store by clicking on the link below.  The new website features a "Little Jet" slideshow featuring our very own AHS staff babies, grandbabies & pets.  Check out the DECA spirit wear photo shoot featuring some of the new apparel that will be featured in The Locker next year. The Locker is relocating this fall to the cafeteria and will be open during all lunches.

School Store "THE LOCKER"

"DECA Wants You!"

The requirement for joining DECA is to be a past, current or future business, accounting or marketing student.  If you cannot fit any of these classes into your schedule and you still want to join, please see Mrs. Millican in room 100.  All of the students who are joining DECA must sign up for Remind 101 for summer communications.  Bring your creative ideas, entrepreneurial spirit and motivation to DECA - every career requires one to market themselves in some way which makes DECA a great club for all students.

Outnumber Hunger Information

Outnumber Hunger Flyer

Equestrian Team - Any student interested in the Equestrian Team needs to pick up a packet from the office.  There will be no exceptions.

Airport High School is a Nut Free Building.  Please do not bring foods that contain nuts in.  Please see the office if you have any questions.

Attention Juniors - Do you know that you can get high school elective credit for work experience outside of the school and you can leave school early to earn this credit?  Stop by room 100 and see Mrs. Millican for an application.  All you need is a job and a vehicle to transport yourself to the work site.

Airport High School Library

would be happy to take your old magazines.  They will be used by the high school library and by Niedermeier Center for Education.  After we have used them they will be recycled.  We thank you in advance for any magazines that you can send our way.  Donations may be dropped off in the AHS library.

Tuesdays with Teachers

– Every Tuesday from 2:30 – 3:00 teachers are available in their classroom to help students with their studies.

Students who participate in after school functions are able to stop by the cafeteria to pick up a free snack and a free drink provided by Chartwells Food Service.

AHS Library Recycles computer ink, laser and toner cartridges, cell phones, gps devices, digital cameras and mp3 players.  If you are looking for a place to recycle these items please bring them to your library and place them in the recycling drop box.  If you or any family member works for a company that is seeking a place to recycle any of these items, we can set the company up with a direct account with our recycling efforts.  Please ask Mrs. Mullins or Mrs. Brakel and we can get them set up.  All proceeds made from this program benefit your library!