Welcome To City High Middle School

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Michael Pascoe
1720 Plainfield NE 49505-5305
p.616-819-238 0 f. 616-819-2496
Attendance: (616) 819-2381
Office Hours: 7:45 am - 3:45 pm
Breakfast 7:45 A.M. Start Time 8:07 A.M. Dismissal 2:45 P.M.


                       Spring Break April 4 - 11.  Relax!  Be Safe!  Stay Happy!

 Mission Statement

  • Our goal at City is to help students develop the tools, skills, and habits of mind to thrive as adults, build flourishing communities, and create a more sustainable future for all the world’s inhabitants.
  • The International Baccalaureate aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect. 

Beliefs Statement

  • We believe that all students can and will learn, will develop their critical thinking skills, will develop the ability to collaborate in a diverse environment, and become caring and open-minded global citizens.
  • All students will graduate from high school, matriculate into post-secondary institutions, and graduate from a post-secondary institution.


City High Mddle is a public school of choice for academically talented and highly motivated students. Enrollment is limited to approximately 700 students in grades 7-12 who have been selected on the basis of normed-reference examination scores in reading, writing and mathematics.  Students must maintain a 2.0 (a letter grade of a C) in every class to maintain membership at City High Middle School.  Students who do not maintain a 2.0 in every class are not eligible to maintain membership at City High Middle School.

City is a Center for Economicology and an International Baccalaureate Middle Years and Diploma Programme World School.   

 Stay updated by reading the City High MIddle School newsletter.  For the latest version click on this link:  April 2014 Newsletter  To read past editions go to the right side of this page and click on the "Newsletter" tab.



Inside the April Edition:

  • Greeting from the Principal and the exam schedule
  • IB Update
  • School Improvement News
  • High and Middle School Counseling Department News
  • Health Center Updates
  • Middle School Skating Party
  • Schlarship Reporting Form
  • IB Visual Arts Show
  • Economicology in Action
  • GRASP Info
  • A Little of This & a Little of That
  • Tom Kiernan; Wege Foundation Speaker Series
  • PTSA News
  • Bowling Champions
  • Health Center
  • Music Department Updates
  • Calendar of Events &  Staff Emails

Calendar of Events



 4/4-4/11: No School; Spring Break

4/16: Blood Drive

4/18: No School; Good Friday

4/21: NHS Inductions

4/22: SAF Mindshare

4/25: Youth Service Day

4/30  IB Parent Meeting; Topic


5/8: Final CAS Deadline for Grades 6 - 12

5/9: No School; Professional Development Day

5/10: Prom 7:00-10:00pm 

5/19:  Senior Award Night 6:00pm

5/22  Spring Orchestra Concert for Grades 6 & 7 at St. Cecilia 7 PM

5/23: Class Trips 9th-11th Grades

5/26: No School; Memorial Day

5/27: Yearbook Signing Party 3:00-5:00pm

5/28:  Spring Orchestra Concert for Grades 8 - 12


6/3: PBIS Award Picnic

6/5: Graduation 6:00pm

6/10-6/12: Exams; Half Days for Students

6/12: Last Day of School

Testing Periods:

MAP: September 9-27; January 28-February 14; April 28-May 16 (Grades 6-11)

MEAP: October 8-10; October 15 (Grades 6-8); October 16 (Grades 6-9)

MME: March 4-6 (Grade 11)

EPAS: October 29 (Grades 7-8); October 30 (Grades 9-10); March 18 (Grades 7-8); March 19 (Grades 9-10)

DP Exams: May 5-6; May 9; May 12-15; May 21; May 23 (Grade 12)

APPLICATIONS for the 2013-2014 academic year are now available.

 What is Economicology?

Economicology is the combination of economics and ecology; it is a fundamental basis for achieving sustainability.
It is sustainable education framed through the six E’s of Economicology - Economics, Environment, Ecology, Ethics, Empathy, and Education.  Economicology states that ‘we need to teach people, especially the young, how to use our resources’.

 Click here to view a copy our Economicology brochure

What is International Baccalaureate?

The International Baccalaureate® (IB) is a non-profit educational foundation, motivated by its mission, focused on the student.

Points of Pride

City High Middle School is in the top five percent of schools in the state of Michigan and has been designated an 'award' school by the state of Michigan.

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