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Athletic Department Store open!

Check out the items we have available for immediate purchase in the athletic office.  Make great holiday or birthday gifts for the Skyline Eagle in your family.  Stop by athletics to get yours today! http://aaskylineathletics.com/hq/athletic-shop/  

New Vendor for Skyline Athletic Jackets!

Permanent location for ordering will be under Eagles HQ/Athletic Store. 3 different versions available depending on the number of seasons.  Check it out here!

The Skyline Student/Athlete Academic Honors Wall Displayed!

Thank you to many wonderful donors for the new Skyline Student-Athlete Academic Honors Wall that is now displayed in the Skyline Gymnasium.  This wall honors JV and Varsity Athletes that achieve a GPA of 3.8 or higher throughout their season…During the season, our student-athletes demonstrate true grit and dedication through a strong commitment  to both

Boys Basketball has record season!

Congratulations to our Boys Varsity Basketball Team.  Though the season came to an end earlier than the Eagles would have hoped, this was one to remember.  The Boys ended the season with an impressive 23-1 overall record, 19-0 regular season record and 10-0 in the SEC Red Division all which were Skyline Records.  Both Brandon

Boys Swim team wins MHSAA Div 1 State Championship

Congratulations to our Boys Swim and Dive team as they took home the MHSAA Div 1 State Championship held at Eastern Michigan University March 9th and 10th.  The boys started out quick on Friday and took a comfortable 100+ point lead going into the Saturday Finals.  Led by Henry Schirmer’s second State Championship in Diving as

Eagle Hockey loses in playoff game 6-2 to Pioneer

Skyline’s playoff hopes were short lived as Pioneer brought their season to an ugly end on Monday night at the Coliseum 6-2.  The Eagles scored first when Isaac Lippert converted a rebound from older brother Luke’s shot to make it 1-0.  But it was Pioneer’s game the rest of the way.  Freshman goalie Tommy Letke made