High School Profile

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Nicole Carter

Virtual School Principal

Emily Pohlonski

Assistant Principals

Andrew Comb, Ron Kane


Sarah Lephart
Students A-Cho
Rebecca Chinn
Students Chp-Ha
Douglas Farmer
Students Hb-Le
Kevin Kilgore
Students Lf-Pas
Andrea Tobis
Students Pat-Sn
Megan Sergison
Students So-Z


Student Services Office

Christina Alex
Lisa Haase
Fax: 248-449-1539

High School Information

24062 Taft Road
Novi, MI 48375
Phone: 248-449-1500
FAX: 248-449-1519
CEEB: 232-843


526 Graduates
93.4% of graduates attending college (81.5% - Four year; 12% - Two year)

29 National Merit Finalists

$14.3 million offered in scholarships


Average ACT Composite Score: 26.9
Average SAT Math: 589
Average SAT Evidence Based Reading
& Writing: 575


Advanced Placement: 809 students took 1793 exams in 24 subject areas, of which 86% scored 3 or higher (out of 5)

67% of Capstone Students earned their Capstone Diploma

International Baccalaureate: 94% of students scored a 4 or better; all DP students earned their diploma


Unweighted Four Point Scale

A+, A-. A = 4
B+, B-, B = 3
C+, C-, C = 2
D+, D-, D = 1
E = 0

Passing marks A-D

Weighted Scale for AP and IB courses

A = 5
B = 4
C = 3
D = 2
E = 0

Passing marks A-D

Spring 2020 term all students received RC/NC Grades. 2020-21 School year, all students were given an option to choose RC/NC or letter grade.

Students will receive both a weighted and an unweighted grade point average on their transcript.

Novi High School does not calculate
exact rank.


English 4 Credits

Mathematics 4 Credits

Social Studies 3 Credits

Science 3 Credits

Physical Education .5 Credit

Health .5 Credit

Visual, Applied, or

Performing Arts 1 Credit

World Language 2 Credits

Total credits required to graduate: 22


Novi High School offers a number of advanced academic programs. The purpose of these programs is to provide challenging college preparatory programs for students.
  • Twenty-two Advanced Placement courses are offered in Biology, Calculus AB & BC, Chemistry, Computer Science, English Language, English Literature, Environmental Science, European History, French, Japanese, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Physics C: Mechanics, Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism, Psychology, Research, Seminar, Spanish, Statistics, US Government and Politics, US History.
  • Fifteen IB Diploma Programme courses are offered in Biology HL, Business Management HL, Physics SL, Language Arts HL, Spanish SL, French SL, Japanese SL, German SL, Visual Art HL, History SL & HL, Math SL, Sports-Exercise-Health Science HL, Career Core, and Theory of Knowledge.
  • Three Honors courses offered: Geometry, Algebra 2 and Pre-Calculus
  • Juniors and Seniors have access to Career and Technical Education (CTE) at the Oakland Schools Technical Center (OSTC).

Students are limited to only taking AP exams for courses they are enrolled in, with the exception of AP language exams for native speakers.

School Day

Novi High School operates on a six period day. Students earn .5 credit per semester per class and are able to earn six credits per year.


Eighty percent of Novi High School’s faculty have Master’s Degrees.




5 Elementary Schools (K-4)

1 Virtual School (K-4)

1 Virtual Program (5-12)

1 Upper Elementary school (5-6)

1 Middle School (7-8)

1 Novi High School (9-12)

1 Novi Career Preparation High School

District Enrollment K-12: 6698


Total Enrollment: 2155

  • Online and media resources in every classroom.
  • 1 to 1 device program for technology
  • Award winning programs in band, art, choir, robotics, athletics, journalism, fine arts, debate, career and technical education, radio and television.


RANKING STATS  (unweighted)

Top 17% is all 4.0 GPA
Tops 20% is 3.97 GPA and above
Top 25% is 3.95 GPA and above
Class of 2023 has 499 students

Graduation date: June 1, 2023

Co-Curricular Activities and Clubs

Inter-scholastic Athletics

Colleges/Universities/Trade Schools Attended by 2022 Novi Graduates

Albion College
Anahuac University
Arizona State University
Ashworth College
Baker College
Berklee College of Music
Bowling Green State University
Brigham Young University
Butler University
Case Western Reserve University
Cedarville University
Central Michigan University
Chemeketa Community College
Clemson University
Coastal Carolina University
College For Creative Studies
College of Wooster
Columbia College Chicago
Culinary Institute of America
Delta College
Detroit EITC
Duquesne University
Eastern Illinois University
Eastern Michigan University
Fashion Institute of Technology
Ferris State University
Florida Institute of Technology
Georgia State University
Grand Valley State University
Hampton University
Henry Ford Community College
Hope College
Houston Baptist University
Hussian College in Studio
Indiana University
International Christian University
Kalamazoo College
Kanazawa University
Kent State University
Kettering University
Lawrence Tech University
Liberty University
Louisiana State University
Loyola University, Chicago
Miami University
Michigan State University
Michigan Technical University
Millikin University
Morgan State University
Motion Picture Institute
Nagoya University
New York University
North Carolina State University
Northeastern University
Northwestern University
Nova Southeastern University
Oakland Community College
Oakland University
Olivet Nazarene University
Paul Mitchell Esthetics School
Purdue University  
Queens University
Ringling College of Art and Design
San Diego State University
Savannah State University
Schoolcraft Community College
Sophia University, Japan
Stanford University
Syracuse University
Tennessee State University
Tiffin University
Trine University
Union College
University of Arizona
University of California-Santa Cruz
University of Detroit-Mercy
University of Florida
University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign
University of Kentucky
University of Miami
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
University of Michigan-Dearborn
University ofMichigan-Flint
University of Northwestern Ohio
University of Pennsylvania
University of Pittsburgh
University of South Florida
University of Toledo
University of Toronto
University of Victoria
Washington State University
Washington University in St. Louis
Washtenaw Community College
Wayne State University
West Virginia University
Western Michigan University
Xavier University of Louisiana