Portage Community High School shares a campus on the corner of Milham and
Oregon Avenue with Portage North Middle School and Portage Northern High
School and creates a welcoming, family-like, supportive atmosphere for
students who have not found success at a "traditional" high school but are
still committed to their education.
Students at Community High School complete the same Michigan Merit
Curriculum as all other students in the district. They use the same books
and take the same assessments as students at Portage Northern and Portage
Central, but what sets Community High school apart is block scheduling for
credit recovery, small class sizes, and generous amounts of one-on-one
interaction from the staff, who specialize in turning challenges into
Community High School also promotes successful work and pre-college habits
through extensive use of the Positive Behavior Support and Intervention
Community High School graduates receive a full Portage Public Schools high
school diploma -not a GED- upon completion.
Community High School won "District of the Year" by the Michigan
Alternative & Adult Education Association for 2006. This was the second time
we have been honored with this award. We are also proud to have
multiple-time M.I.A.A.A. State Champion volleyball teams, championship
softball teams, and a school newspaper that has been recognized at the state
and national levels. We also partner with several area organizations,
including the Boys and Girls Club and Rotary Club, to provide a wide variety
of enrichment opportunities for our students.
- Congratulations to the co-ed volleyball
team on their tenth straight MAAA state championship!
- All seniors need to have
their photos turned in by spring break to be included in the
Do you have a student who is not finding success in
a traditional high school environment? Are they skipping class,
failing classes, getting behind in credit, or simply feeling like
they don't "fit in"? Community High School
can help. Our staff, who are highly trained in academic and behavior
intervention and support, create a compassionate learning
environment with daily one-on-one instruction that allows students
to experience success and develop important social and academic
We are now enrolling for Term 3 and are excited to meet with you and your student to see how we can make his/her dreams of attaining a Portage Public Schools high school diploma a reality.
Call 269-323-6769 to set up an appointment with a Student Services Coordinator! Don't wait; the choices you make today have the ability to impact all of your tomorrows!
What will YOU be involved in this year at CoHS?