Madison HS Trojans

Madison HS Trojans


Seniors & parents of seniors! Be sure to join us Wednesday September 25th at 6:00 for Financial Aide Night! There will be a lot of useful information given! It will be held in the Performing Arts Center.
Madison Athletic Boosters seek FOOTBALL parent/adult representatives to volunteer at the booster's concession stand. Please take a minute to sign up here:
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Congratulations to the Varsity girls volleyball team on their first place win at Addison Invitational today. 🏆
Congratulations to the JV volleyball team on their first place win at the Addison Invitational yesterday. 🏆
Does anyone know when we can pick up locker deposits and report cards? We never received a notice about this (along with many other senior parents I've talked to).
Due to the police situation today there was a change in bus transportation. Why were parents not informed of the change? I checked email, facebook, and my phone and had no notifications. I called the office and was told to have an adult at the bus stop to pick up my high schooler which I did. The bus stopped and no students got off. I was very worried and concerned not knowing where my daughter was. Come to find out, the students were dropped off at the Fairgrounds which is several blocks away. I understand the change due to safety but the kids were made to walk farther and parents were not informed. Very upsetting situation.
FROM MADISON ATHLETIC BOOSTERS -- Boosters is seeking VOLUNTEERS for spring sport concession stand needs! We welcome off season sport teams to assist at this time. Thank you!
This week our Madison students volunteered at Lenawee Humane Society on Tuesday and Sunday. They bathed/snuggled puppies, cleaned kitty cages/gave kitty loving, washed dishes/cat pans, scooped outdoor dog kennels, and made homemade frozen dog treats! Our next service date will be Tuesday May 7th, and we would love to take some of the items they need most. If you would like to donate any of the following items (counseling office) they are greatly needed right now. They are: wet cat/dog food (especially wet kitten), peanut butter, extra-large rope toys, and cat litter.
When is the Cedar Point trip?
what time is Senior Night on May 23?

Another place where our students & parents can get information!

Madison High School is committed to providing each student with a rigorous and relevant educational environment that provides students with a wide-range of academic and extra-curricular opportunities and experiences. The staff at Madison High School, in collaboration with our community, is dedicated to the mission of empowering each student to reach their fullest potential to be successful in an ever-changing world. Points of Pride - Approximately 400 students grades 9-12 - Advanced Placement (AP) courses in English Literature, Calculus, Biology, US History, and World History - Project Lead the Way (PLTW) course in Biomedical Sciences - American Sign Language (ASL) and Spanish courses offered fulfilling foreign language high school graduation requirement - Students offered 24 Career Technical Education (CTE) programs through county-wide programming at the LISD TECH Center. - Award winning Band and Choir programs and state-of-the-art Performing Arts Center - Dual-Enrollment opportunities for students through Adrian College, Siena Heights University, and Jackson College - Athletic programs offering 13 sports, including 24 teams - Co-curricular activities such as Student Council, National Honor Society, Equations, and Interact - U.S. News and World Report Silver Medal School (2013) and Bronze Medal School (2014 & 2015)

Mission: Madison School District, in cooperation with our community, will enable each student to develop his or her full potential to be successful in an ever-changing world.

Auditions for the High School Spring play "All in the Timing" will take place in the PAC on Wednesday, January 22 from 3-5 with callbacks being held on Friday, January 24 from 3-5. Any student who cannot make it to auditions is welcome to come to callbacks on Friday.

Madison Girls Varsity basketball lost a hard fought game to Manchester in overtime 46-41. The Lady Trojans were led in scoring by Carly Anschuetz with 23 points. Leading rebounders were Elizabeth Ward and Maddy McDonald who both had 7.

The Girls JV Basketball team battled for 4 quarters and prevailed winning 35-29 at Manchester last night. It was a great defensive effort by the entire team. The offense had a balanced scoring attack with Amber Gonzales leading with 9 points, Mallory Palpant 8 pts, Haylee Paterson and Harley Russell both had 7.

Harley and Mallory also each grabbed 10 rebounds. Haylee also dished out 5 assists. They are now 10-1!

Come join us for a special Science Night presented by the Imagination Station! The FREE workshop will be held on Tuesday, February 4 from 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. in the Elementary Commons!

On Wednesday the Varsity Bowling teams traveled to Hudson for a match. Both the girls and boys came home winners.

The Varsity Boys defeated the Hudson team by a score of 21-9, led by Kegan Newcomb with a 248 and 203 while Chris Hamann added a 200.
The Varsity Girls beat Hudson by a score of 26-4. Leading the scoring was Isabell Young with a 189, Reece Yeager with a 181 and Larisa Dowhaniuk with a 169.

Don't forget to come support both teams in their Baker Bash this Saturday at Lenawee Recreation. The tournament action begins at 10:00 a.m.

The Madison Athletic Boosters will be kicking off Homecoming Week with All-Star Sunday on January 26 from 2-4 p.m. in the HS gym. See the flyer for more details!

The Madison Varsity Girls Basketball Team competed hard, but lost their game at Columbia Central on Monday. Carly Anschuetz had 8 points and 10 rebounds for the Lady Trojans. Riley Jordan also finished with 8 points and Haley Haynes added 5. The Lady Trojans host Whiteford on Friday.

The Girls JV Basketball won the contest at Columbia Central last night 47-41. Harley Russell scored career high 20 points and grabbed 9 rebounds. Haley Patterson notched a double-double with scoring 10 points and tallying 10 steals. She also has 3 assists. Jaden Lubinski chipped in with 7 points, and. Annie McDade with 4. Mallory Palpant came down with 7 rebounds. Their record improves to 8-1.

Reminder: Sophomores and Juniors will attend a presentation here at school tomorrow morning regarding the Skilled Trades. If there are any seniors that would like to attend, please see the counseling office first thing in the morning.

Pajama Rama is Friday!! Buy your bracelet for $1 and wear your school appropriate PJ’s to school! Bracelets are on sale during lunch through Thursday. You can also get one in the HS Counseling Office or the MS office! All money collected benefits the homeless youth in our county.

[01/13/20]   Preseason Track Conditioning Monday and Wednesday 3-3:40 p.m. Meet in hallway outside MS gym.

The Madison Varsity Girls Basketball Team defeated Morenci on Friday 56-31. The Lady Trojans got their offense on track with Carly Anschuetz leading the way with 19 points, 10 rebounds, and 9 steals. Elizabeth Ward added 11 points and 10 rebounds, Madisyn McDonald finished with 10 points, and Haley Haynes added 7 points and 4 steals. The team travels to Columbia Central Monday night.

The Girls JV Basketball Team faced Morenci last Friday night and came home with a convincing victory. Madison’s aggressive defense limited Morenci to just 7 field goals, allowing 17 points while scoring 32. Haley Patterson and Amber Gonzales combined for 9 steals in the pressure defense. Harley Russell led all scorers with career high 18 points. She also led in rebounds with 9. Haley Patterson scored 8 points. Mallory Palpant, Jaden Lubinski and Arianna Hamilton all chipped in 2 points apiece. Their record improves to 7-1. They travel to Columbia Central tonight and host Whiteford on Friday.

The Homecoming Formal Dance will take place on Saturday, February 1 from 8-11 p.m. at Siena Heights.

Cinderella's Closet will be hosted at the Adrian Mall on March 21st! You can donate and shop this great cause!

Madison HS Counseling Office

Monroe Plumbers and Pipefitters is opening application to persons that will be 18 by Sept. 1st, 2020. If you are interested, see the counseling office for more information.

The Madison Varsity Girls Basketball Team lost their game at Sand Creek last evening. Haley Haynes led the scoring for Madison with 10 points. The Lady Trojans next travel to Morenci on Friday.

The Girls JV Basketball Team suffered their first loss of the season at Sand Creek last night. The Aggies managed to tie the game with 6 seconds left in regulation sending the game into Over Time. Madison fell short in the OT period resulting in the final score of 32-38. Harley Russell recorded a double- double leading Madison with 10 points and 10 rebounds. Other scorers included Madisyn McDonald with 9 points and Amber Gonzales with 6 points. Gonzales also came away with 5 steals. Haley Patterson dished out 4 assists and tallied 4 steals.

Their record is now 6-1 overall and 2-1 against TCC opponents.

Don't forget to complete this survey! It closes at the end of this week!

Madison Family-School Relationship Survey

Please fill out the following survey from the Madison School District administration. Your feedback and input will help us strengthen our communication and relationship between school and home. The information we gather from you will play an important role in our decision making process. Results of this survey will be made available on the district webpage.

This Wednesday, January 8th, a meeting for parents of all 11th grade students will be held in the Performing Arts Center at 6:30pm. Important information for parents regarding College and Career Planning will be shared. Information on planning college visits/job shadow experiences, applying for financial aid, taking the SAT test and graduation will be discussed.

Madison HS Counseling Office

Please like the HS Counseling Office page to receive more academic information!

Transcripts, scholarship info, & parent meetings are a few things that will be on our page!

Red Cross Blood Drive - Help Save a Life Help Madison earn scholarship money for our seniors, and better yet, help save a life.

The American Red Cross will be in the Madison Performing Arts Center on Wednesday, February 5th from 8:15 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Please help us reach our goal of 35 units to qualify for scholarship earnings.

If possible, we ask that you call to schedule an appointment in advance – please contact Lora Stricklen at [email protected] or call 263-0741 (x-210).

The January edition of the Madison Messenger Newsletter is now available on the district website. Click the link below to see what is happening at Madison School District!

Highlights from this edition include:
A message from Superintendent Mr. Nick Steinmetz
First Trimester Honor Rolls
Red Cross Blood Drive
Elementary YouTube Channel
Winter Athletic Schedules

The music department performed for staff and students today! They were amazing!

The music department performed for staff and students today! They were amazing!

Last night was the MS and HS Holiday Band Concert! Thank you to all who supported our talented musicians this week!

Congratulations to 2019 Madison grad Dakari Williams on graduating from the police academy today! He starts tomorrow as an officer for the City of Flint!

Congratulations to 2019 Madison grad Dakari Williams on graduating from the police academy today! He starts tomorrow as an officer for the City of Flint!

Varsity Wrestling opened up the dual season last night with two wins at home. They defeated Homer in their opening match 45-27. Sean Deleon, Nethanel Leupold, and Angelo Barbour each had big wins in the match.

In the second match Madison knocked off Erie Mason 43-34 to end the night on top. Iban Starr, Ben Goodlock, Jadan Patterson, and Tyler Moyer wrestled well in the victory.

With a victory over Jackson Christian last night, the Girls JV Basketball team remains undefeated going into Christmas Break! They jumped out to a 17-6 lead after one quarter and maintained a comfortable advantage throughout the contest. The final score was 41-25. Both Harley Russell and Madisyn McDonald were among 8 Madison scorers with 10 points each to lead the offense. Harley and Mallory Palpant had double digit rebounds with 12 and 10 respectively. Amber Gonzales came away with 6 steals to go along with her 5 points. The win puts them at 6-0 overall and 2-0 in TCC play. Congratulations on an impressive start to your season!

Madison Alumni
In an effort to evaluate our programs and ensure Madison High School Graduates are well prepared for life after high school, we are seeking your feedback! Your responses and insight are extremely valuable. Thanks for your time!

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The Madison Varsity Girls Basketball Team opened TCC play with a 43-32 win over Summerfield. Carly Anschuetz led the team with 16 points, 9 rebounds, and 8 steals. Calie Sower finished with 13 points, and 8 rebounds. Elizabeth Ward, Riley Jordan, Peyton Cornack, and Haley Haynes also scored for the Lady Trojans.

The Girls JV Basketball team had a convincing victory over Summerfield last night with a final score of 38 -10.
The Lady Trojans dominated early with 15 first quarter points while limiting Summerfield to just one point in the first half. Eight players scored with Amber Gonzales leading with season high 10 points. Haylee Patterson notched 7, Madisyn McDonald and Harley Russell both chipped in with 6. Nearly every player on the roster grabbed a rebound with Annie McDade and Hannah Leupold leading with 5 apiece. Madisyn McDonald also tallied 4 steals. It was a great TEAM victory! They compete again tonight at Jackson Christian.

The Middle School and High School Orchestra students put on a wonderful holiday concert tonight!

All Middle School and High School Students and families are welcome to join the Performing Arts Club as they travel to the Fisher Theatre in Detroit, Michigan to see the tony winning musical "Dear Evan Hansen" on Thursday, March 26th. The cost is $75 per student. A payment plan has been set up. The first payment of $25 is due by Thursday! All payments are non-refundable. Space is limited to the first 50 students making their first payment by December 19th.

MS and HS Choir performed their annual Holiday Concert tonight in the Performing Arts Center! It was a fantastic performance by all!

The Madison High School Debate Team (Alayna Wagner, Matson Garza, McKenzie Liberi, Dante Collins, Logan Janke, Brianna Osborne, Eli Ruiz, and Angel Beltran) finished their season earning a semi-final berth in the county tournament in December. While not advancing to the finals, the team finished this first year with a stellar record of accomplishments. Two team members, Dante Collins and Logan Janke, earned two of the five Novice Top Speaker Awards. Madison is very proud of our debate team. If you are interested in joining debate next year, please see Dr. Cichy and register for the Art of Argumentation class next fall.

On Friday, December 13th, the Madison Varsity Bowling teams held matches against Sand Creek. The boys team defeated the Aggies with a score of 29-1. Contributing to the win were Kegan Newcomb with a 248, Chris Hamann with a 247 and 216, and Casey Champanois with a 215.

The girls team lost in a close match with the Aggies, by a score of 14-16.

The Madison JV Boys Bowling Team squared off against the Adrian Maples JV girls team in a close match and came out with a win. The final score was 17-13. Thomas Young had a 157 and Hunter Feinauer added a 138 to help secure the win.

On Saturday, December 14th, the Madison Varsity Bowling teams traveled to Hillsdale for a Baker Tournament. Both teams bowled great and came home as champions. The girls team qualified as the top seed headed into bracket play, where they defeated Hudson before beating the Hillsdale girls in the final. The boys team started the day on top with a 205 and 242 and stayed in first all through qualifying. They defeated Hudson and Hillsdale to bring home the win without losing a single game during the bracket playoffs.

Congratulations Trojan bowlers!

The Girls JV Basketball Team came out on top in a tight, exciting contest with BD last Friday night by winning 37-33. Madisyn McDonald had a phenomenal game leading in points, scoring season high 16, rebounds with 7 and steals with 3.
Amber Gonzales and Haylee Patterson both scored 7 points each and combined for 9 assists and 5 steals on the night. Harley Russel and Mallory Palpant both pulled down some key rebounds to help secure the victory.

The team showed great intensity and battled the entire game. Congratulations!

They play again tomorrow as part of the boys and girls teams’ double header vs. Summerfield. JV games start at 5:30 in the MS gym with boys playing first, and JV Girls following. The Varsity girls will kick off the action at 5:30 in the HS gym with the boys game following. There will also a Silent Auction with the proceeds benefiting our local veterans. Come on out and support our teams and our veterans!

Madison Family-School Relationship Survey

Please fill out the following survey from the Madison School District administration. Your feedback and input will help us strengthen our communication and relationship between school and home. The information we gather from you will play an important role in our decision making process. Results of this survey will be made available on the district webpage.

Madison High School Christmas Spirit Week!

Monday, December 16: PJ Day
Tuesday, December 17: Christmas Socks
Wednesday, December 18: Rudolph Day (wear red!)
Thursday, December 19: Grinch Day (wear green!)
Friday, December 20: Ugly Sweater Day

There has been a change in the date of the HS VIP Breakfast. It will be held TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 7:30 – 8:10 am, in the HS lobby.

The Madison Varsity Girls Basketball Team showed tremendous hustle in their victory over Hudson last night 44-40. Calie Sower finished with 12 points and 6 rebounds and Carly Anschuetz also had 12 points, to lead the scoring. Elizabeth Ward added 8 points and 7 rebounds. The Lady Trojans host Summerfield on Tuesday Dec. 17th.

The Girls JV Basketball Team strolled to 37-16 victory in Hudson last night. The Lady Trojans showed aggressive defense and hustle throughout the game. Haley Patterson came away with 6 steals while dishing out 4 assists. Eight players scored in the game with Madisyn McDonald leading with 9, Harley Russell scoring 8 and Amber Gonzales chipping in with 6 pts. Mallory Palpant pulled down a team high 7 rebounds, while Alexis Douglas grabbed 5. The team improves to a 3-0 record and will face BD at home this Friday night at 6 pm.

Keep it going, ladies!

Madison School District prides itself on being a caring community. In 2005, we received a letter asking for assistance in making one of our student’s holiday season bright. It was because of this communication that we asked ourselves how many more of our families might need a little help in making the holiday season brighter. The Giving Tree Project was then created.

Once again this year, our tree is full. As an important part of our Madison Family, we would like to invite you to share in the gift of giving. If you would like to be part of The Giving Tree Project by providing Christmas gifts for those in need, please stop by the middle school office to select a child or family. Monetary donations can also be made through MySchoolBucks.

Should you have any questions, please call 517-263-0743.

Congratulations to the Madison High School students that earned Honor Roll status for the First Trimester of the 2019-20 School Year! To view the full list of students, visit the Madison website here:

HS students will participate in a toy drive for Toys for Tots. We will collect new, unwrapped, toys this week. Toys are to be turned in to first hour teachers by Friday, December 13. The class that collects the most (percentage wise) will receive donuts the week after.

Congratulations to Abbey Morris for winning the District 6 Voice of Democracy Competition! After winning the local competition in Adrian, she competed against 16 other post winners in District 6 and won first place. She read her speech Saturday in Dundee and received a standing ovation. She will now move on to Kalamazoo as one of the State Finalists.

If Abbey wins the State Competition, she would represent Michigan at the National Competition in Washington D.C.

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