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Garden City High School is an educational institution that provides a range of academic and recreational programs for students. The school has a parent-teacher-student association that organizes conferences. Located in Garden City, Mich., it conducts various sports activities, such as soccer, volleyball, basketball, track and field, softball and golf. The school employs counselors who provide academic- and career-related counseling services. Garden City High School s students perform drills at awards nights and civil ceremonies. The school provides classes in science, social studies, math and English. It provides memberships for key, language, band and cheerleading clubs. The school features a media center that stocks various types of reading and reference materials. It is governed by Garden City Public Schools, which operates various elementary, middle and high schools. The School is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.

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Phone: (734) 762-8352

Fax: (734) 762-8531

TollFree: (800) 669-0792

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Going into receivership

If the economy had not tanked I would have moved. My child graduated from here, but don't take my word for it. Check the test scores on the state web site. The school has asbestos and 3 children have been diagnosed with brain tumors-2 have died. Again-don't take my word for it-look at the 09 yearbook! 2008-no busing for 1,200 high school students for several months, until motorists began calling and complaining about the safety issue it posed having that many students at 5am in the dark of winter walking sometimes 3 miles across several busy main streets (the principles bright idea). Again-check the board meeting archives, don't take my word for it. And if you really want an accurate idea of what the school is like-ask prior students. Current students are strongly discouraged from complaining about the conditions at the school and parents must either call ahead or buzz to get in (had to install the lock-in door system due to bomb threats-again check the records).