Holly High School Annual Education Report
August 17, 2011
Dear Parents and Community Members,
We are pleased to present you with the Annual Education Report (AER), which provides key information on the 2010-2011 educational progress for Holly High School. The AER addresses the complex reporting information required by federal and state laws. The HHS report contains information about student assessment, Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) and teacher quality (click here to download). If you have any question about the AER, please contact Dave Nuss, Principal, at (248) 328-3203 for assistance.
The AER is available for you to review electronically by visiting the following website,http://holly.hhs.schoolfusion.us/ or you may review a copy of the AER I the HHS main office.
Holly High School me the AYP requirements of NCLB in 2010-11 for a second consecutive year. Holly High School met AYP in English language arts and mathematics and earned an “A” as part of Michigan’s EdYes! Accreditation process. While we are pleased to have reached this important goal, we are continuously working to ensure a quality educational experience and high level of academic excellence for all students. State law requires that we also report the following information:
- New students are assigned to Holly High School by the Holly Area Schools Pupil Accounting Office following completion of 8th grade.
- Holly High School is fully accredited by NCA/AdvancEd (since 1948) and are currently in the third year of the five year accreditation process.
- Holly High School has an aligned curriculum to meet the standards and benchmarks of the Michigan Merit Curriculum and Common Core Standards. Copies of the curriculum may be found at the HAS District website.
- To review data on ACT and MME Achievement results, parent/teacher conferences, dual enrollment, and Advance Placement (AP), please click here.
Congratulations to our students and families for a fourth consecutive year of improvement on the ACT composite with a score of 21.1! Also, congratulations to our students for scoring in the top ten in Oakland County on the MME in all subjects tested and ranking second in science and social studies. Improved student achievement is the result of much hard work on the part of our students, parents, and staff. The HHS staff looks forward to working with students and parents on our journey toward challenging academic success in the upcoming year.
David M. Nuss
David M. Nuss