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Welcome to Addison Community Schools

Addison Community Schools is located in Addison, Michigan. Addison Community Schools was organized in 1886 under the direction of George Judson Tripp and marked its first official graduation exercises in 1887. Three participated in commencement that year, followed by one in 1888. Recently averaging 70 to 80 graduates each year, Addison’s mascot is the Panther, they kept using that mascot for the 1948–49 school year. Prior to that, the school used the nickname Addison Millers, in honor of the village’s young factory the flouring mill.

Addison Students participating and helping with the Special Olympics on May 12th

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ACES Day (All Children Exercising Simultaneously) Wednesday May 17 at 2:00

ACES Day

The Middle and High School Band and Choir Concert Tuesday May 16 at 7:00pm.

Spring Concert

Henry Ford Allegiance Health will be conducting sports physicals for students planning to participate in athletics during the 2017-2018 school year.  Physicals will be available Thursday, May 18 from 1 – 4 pm in the Addison High School Gym.  Parents do not to be present for the physical, as long as the consent forms have been signed.  Students will need to bring the MHSAA physical form (in the info rack) signed by a parent, the consent/waiver form signed by a parent, and $30 cash or check made payable to Henry Ford Allegiance Health.

Sports Physicals

Secondary Newsletter

Newsletter 1

April Secondary Students of the Month

6th Grade Anna McCollum, 7th Grade Alexis Chapman, 8th Grade Samuel Larrowe, 9th Grade Kaylee Delgado, 10th Grade Sienna Frost, 11th Grade Dakota Knieper, 12th Grade Madeline Tenney