Friday, June 1, 2012
A record 440 students entered the lottery for admission to Ann Arbor's popular Community High School earlier this year, but only 122 were granted admission. The alternative liberal arts and sciences school, affectionately known as Commie High, caters to students who want more freedom in their educational experience than a traditional school usually offers. The school's open campus environment encourages self-initiated learning opportunities where students design their own coursework and sometimes their own courses. And they have this groovy sign.