The AHS Curriculum establishes broad outcomes to be achieved by all students as a result of their school experiences. These are desirable skills which students will need in order to function in their life career roles of workers, family members, citizens, students and self-fulfilled individuals. It is the goal of education at Annapolis High School to encourage each student to reach his/her learning potential in all content areas.
The curriculum at Annapolis High School is a blend of required and elective courses designed to prepare our students academically, vocationally, socially and physically. Students may choose an emphasis in college preparatory, business education or a strong general education, which will prepare them for the immediate world of work. Annapolis High School encourages achievement through a curriculum, which offers classes at the student's ability level. The North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and the State of Michigan accredits Annapolis High School.