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Homer Early College Meeting

Interested in a FREE year of college?  High school juniors, sophomores, and freshmen are invited to learn more about the Homer Early College program.  Students enrolled in this program will have the opportunity to continue for a 13th year of high school, during which they can take a full load of college courses at Kellogg Community College - all paid for by Homer!  There is an application and interview process.  Students and parents interested in learning more about this opportunity are encouraged to attend the informational meeting on Wednesday, September 18 from 5:30-6:30 pm in the HS Media Center.  Just another way to Experience Excellence at Homer Community Schools!!!

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High School Welcomes New Students!

Homer High School hosted a "Welcome to Homer" pizza lunch for all new students at the school this year.  Students had the opportunity to meet with building and district administrators, visit with each other, and hear words of advice from current student leaders.  With students joining us from neighboring Michigan towns, Indiana, Texas, South Korea and Denmark, we are excited from them to "Experience Excellence" here at Homer!!!


New high school students



  • College Visits - Reps from area colleges & universities come in to meet with any interested Junior & Senior. Students must sign up for these. Below is the list of reps coming this month:
    • Wednesday, Sept. 18 - Alma College at 9 a.m.
    • Thursday, Sept. 19 - NMU at 8:30 a.m.
  • Wednesday, Sept. 18 - SENIOR NIGHT! Parents & Seniors are encouraged to attend this important & informative meeting. Reps from local colleges & universities will also be there. Meet in the cafeteria from 6:30-8 p.m.
  • Wednesday, Sept. 18 - Early Middle College (E.M.C.) Meeting:  Mrs. O'Keefe will meet with high school students interested in participating in this unique program. Meet in the Media Center at 5:30 p.m.
  • Tuesday, September 24 - Picture Day!  You do not need to purchase a packet, but we do need all students to get their picture taken for their new student ID card.







Non-Emergency Messages

Dear Parents/Guardians:    Please remember our “no phone messages after 2:00 p.m.”  policy. We urge middle and high school parents/guardians of our Homer students to make the best possible effort to communicate after-school plans every morning before school and if you have an elementary student, to send a note with them to the teacher.  However, we understand that emergencies can happen over the course of the day making it necessary to get a last-minute message to your student, in which case we will be sure that message is delivered.

 *A non-emergency phone call would include transportation arrangements.

**An emergency phone call would include family/medical emergencies.

Thank you