What Are Magnets?
Magnet programs provide students with career-focused, flexible hands-on learning experiences that allow students to opportunities to apply academics to problem-solving in real-world experiences. Magnet programs at Skyline High School are introduced to all freshman students within the context of their regular academic core classes.
Meet the Teachers
Ms. Vincent has been teaching science in Ann Arbor Public Schools since 2005 and at Skyline High School since 2008. Always looking for a challenge and opportunity to grow professionally, she began teaching the Health & Medicine magnet program in 2016. Ms. Vincent has a B.S. in Biology from the University of Michigan and a M.S. in physical science from Michigan State University. She lives in Ann Arbor with her husband and 2 kids and enjoys hiking, cooking, and traveling.
Ms. Haywood has been teaching in the Health and Medicine magnet program at Skyline High School since 2021. Ms. Haywood has a B.S. in Education from Concordia University and a M.S. in kinesiology from Michigan State University. She enjoys teaching the PLTW curriculum within the magnet since it offers students a deep dive into many aspects of science, not just medicine. Ms. Haywood also coaches girls basketball at Skyline.
5 Healthy Towns
Project Healthy Schools (UofM Cardiovascular Center)