Grades 9-12
150 Six Mile Rd. NE
Comstock Park, MI 49321-0900
(616) 254-5200
Fax: (616) 785-9835
Office Hours: 7:00am - 3:30pm

School Day:  7:40 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Half Day Dismissal: 11:00 a.m.

PrincipalSteve Gough 
Mr. Gough's Webpage

Assistant Principal
Tony Petkus

Secretary:  Leisha Emmorey

Athletic Coordinator/Student Services: 

Chris Sposaro
  Fax - 616-254-5385

Guidance Office  254-5211
(transcripts/student schedules/grades)
Counseling/Academic Services

Attendance Office/Facility Coord.-Nancy Dahl

Daily Announcements
Staff Websites

US News

View Student Video Announcements and Athletics at this link:

School Lunch Account Information
Career Cruising

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Mrs. Larson-Doornbos, Yearbook Adviser
Telephone:  254-5279

Josten's is our official representative for class rings and graduation orders.  Click on the above image to visit their website or to contact our Josten's representative, Mark Bussell.

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C o m s t o c k   P a r k   H i g h   S c h o o l
150 Six Mile Rd. NE
Comstock Park, MI  49321

Office Hours: 7:00 - 3:30pm 

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Upcoming Events  Upcoming Events  Upcoming Events

NHS Food Drive
December 4th - 15th

Play - "Superheroes:  With Great Power Comes Ordinary Responsibility"
Theater Class Performance
December 15th @ 6pm

Holiday Choir Concert
December 19th @ 7pm
  Winter Vacation
December 23rd - January 7th 

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Please click the following link below to be redirected to the full calendar page.

High School Calendar

You can also click on the small calendar below and navigate between calendars using the “Featured” word on the top left of the calendar.

Guidance/Academic Services

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Counseling/Academic Services
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ATTENTION  Parents of Seniors!!!

The FAFSA helps determine whether students are eligible for federal loans, grants or work-study programs. Many colleges also require it to be on file for their own need-based or merit-based aid packages, so it is important to complete this!

Please see this link for instructions on how to complete the FAFSA:

The State of Michigan has compiled a scholarship database. If your senior completes and submits the form, they will receive information for scholarships they qualify for!!
State of Michigan Scholarship Database

A variety of career paths will be highlighted throughout Kent ISD’s Talk & Tour Career Series this year. These career exploration events are like getting 5 job shadows in one! Come hear directly from a panel of professionals, ask your career questions, and tour the employer’s workspace. Parents are encouraged to attend! Designed for 7-12 grade students. Check out the complete 2017/2018 Talk & Tour Career Series schedule.

Job Shadow Opportunity!!!

GROUNDHOG SHADOW DAY 2018 registration opens 12/1 @ 7:00 AM
Over 1,000 Kent County high school students are expected to participate in Kent ISD’s signature career readiness event – Groundhog Shadow Day (GSD) on Friday, February 2, 2018, 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM.  This one-day job shadow program allows students to answer that age old question, “What do you want to be when you grow up?”.  A wide variety of occupations will be available. Registration runs from December 1 – 18, 2017.  Check out our GSD page for more information.

INDUSTRY INSIGHT TOURS: Local Industry. Informative Tour. Great Insight.
Kent County High School students are invited to sign up for a 1.5 hour, small group tour on Wednesday, December 6, from 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM. This tour will give you a sneak peek into a career of interest and spark your desire for more career exploration!  Featured Careers:  Website Development, Video Game Designer and Veterinarian. Space is limited. Click here to register and for more information

Is Your Student Interested in a Construction-Related Career Path?

Check out this helpful resource: Construction Careers

Please see the linked document below for information on the new Comstock Park Career Academy being offered at Comstock Park High School.

Career Academy Informational Letter                      Career Academy Application

Honor Roll Guidelines

At the conclusion of each semester, students will be recognized and placed on the honor roll for earning a nine-week or semester GPA of 3.000 or higher.  Special recognition will be given for students with honors 3.000-3.2999, high honors 3.3000-3.599, and highest honors 3.600 and above.  Those students earning all A's will receive special designations in this recognition.

2016 - 17 School Year


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Steve Gough

Tony Petkus
Assistant Principal

Leisha Emmorey
  Principal Secretary

Chris Sposaro
Athletics/Student Act. Coordinator

Gina McCambridge

Cindy Virkstis


Nancy Dahl

Carolyn Bolthouse

Carla Allen-Hart
Social Worker

High School Reminders
State Law Addressing Graduated Driver Licensing
The Michigan legislature recently approved changes to the state law addressing graduated driver licensing, placing new restrictions on teen drivers.  Effective March 30, 2011, the nighttime driving restriction for new drivers with a Level 2 graduated drivers' license (GDL) is 10:00 p.m.  In addition, drivers with a Level 2 GDL cannot have more than one passenger under the age of 21, except if the passengers are members of the driver's immediate family -- or if the trip being taken is to or from school or a school-sponsored event.


Parent Advisory Council

The Parent Advisory Council is a vehicle for parents to become involved with issues and curriculum areas of the high school.  The purpose of the Council is to inform parents of what is happening at the high school with regards to policy and what is being taught in our school; it serves as a rumor control device for us to hear what the community thinks or perceives as happening at school and to gain input from the community on issues directly related to the students’ needs

If this sounds like something you would like to become a part of, please call Leisha Emmorey, secretary at the high school, at 254-5202. 

For more information, click on the link below.
Principal Gough's Weebly Page

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We, the staff of Comstock Park High School, in partnership with the community and students, are dedicated to developing productive citizens by:

• Educating all students to actively acquire skills and knowledge through academic, physical, social, and cultural activities; and

• Equipping all students to achieve their potential, cope with change, and produce quality products.

We know we are accomplishing our mission statement when all of our students are:

Effective Communicators: Our students will express their thoughts and feelings in an effective manner and be receptive to the varied communication of others.

Self Directed Learners: Our students will take responsibility for initiating learning, setting and achieving goals, locating appropriate resources, and evaluating their progress and products.

Complex Thinkers: Our students will identify, analyze, access, integrate / evaluate information and resources to solve complex problems and make decisions in a variety of contexts.

Collaborative Workers: Our students will use effective leadership and group skills to work with others to achieve a common goal.

Community Contributors: Our students will take the initiative to contribute their time, energies, and talents to improve the health and welfare of themselves and others, and the quality of life in their local and world environments.

Quality Producers: Our students will create intellectual, artistic, practical, and physical products, which reflect originality, high standards, and the application of advanced technologies.

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