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 3300 Lorraine
 Ann Arbor, MI  48108
 (734)997-1220 (Main)
  997-1223 (8th & 6th A-L)   997-1221 (7th & 6th M-Z)  (734)997-1885 FAX
 Gerald Vazquez, Principal


**For current 5th graders attending Scarlett next year**


Friday April 25th, 2014


Students may be dropped off.

Parents are not required to stay.

**Must bring completed and signed ticket in order to enter the event**

Call Scarlett Middle School

with any questions

997-1223 or 997-1221


Families who live within the AAPS can apply to come to Scarlett Middle School for the 2014-15 school year from April 14 to May 2, 2014

More information can be found by CLICKING HERE.
This is an excellent opportunity for families who are interested in the upcoming International Baccalaureate program to get in on the ground floor.
If you have questions, Mr. Vazquez is available to help. Please call (997-1220), email ( or stop by.


Upcoming Parent/Student Tour Dates!

Stop by Scarlett on one of the following dates and get a tour of our wonderful school.  See Scarlett Nation's Passion, Pride & Productivity for yourselves!  Hope to see you soon!

04/22/2014 @ 9:30 am
05/20/2014 @ 9:30 am

*Tours are 45 minutes in length

A Day in the Life at Scarlett Middle School

"Safe & Sound" performed by the Scarlett Middle School Orchestra under the direction of Timario Wilkins

Images from JPeterson: images.jpeg



Scarlett Emphases "Passion, Pride & Productivity"


  • Academics: Every student interacts with a rigorous, manageable academic course load where he/she is expected to achieve and maintain success.
  • Expectations: Every student is expected to demonstrate "Passion, Pride and Productivity" in all aspects of his/her schooling experience, which comes by respecting one's self, one's school, and one's community.
  • Leadership: Every student is encouraged to take an active role in school activities such as Athletics, Clubs, Student Council, Health Team, Music and the arts.
  • Teaching Staff: Every staff member commits to professional development and growth in the core academic, elective areas, and technology, which remain focal points of the Scarlett vision.
  • Achievement: Every student is an individual, whose progress is monitored individually and collectively as based on gender, ethnicity and special needs.



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