Grades 9-12
150 Six Mile Rd. NE
Comstock Park, MI 49321-0900
(616) 254-5200
Fax - (616) 785-9835

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

PrincipalSteve Gough 
Mr. Gough's Webpage
Assistant Principal:  
Steven Scharphorn
Secretary:  Di Dellinger                  254-5202

Athletic Director:  
Tony Petkus     254-5231
Fax - 616-254-5385

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

Daily Announcements

Staff Websites

US News

View Student Video Announcements and Athletics at this link:

Athletic Events

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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  CPHS First Annual Talent Show Competition !
March 31, 2014
Held in  the CPHS Auditorium, it was a huge success!  First Place went to
Katie De Clark with her animated version of "Popular" from the musical "Wicked!"
Second Place went to Trill Bettison for his smooth moves that was a crowd favorite!  Third place went to Alyssa Yost with a heart stopping song, "Dream a Dream" from Les Miserables.  Thank you to all that participated!  It was a great night of entertainment!
Check out this video of the evening!

All Seniors:
There will be a Senior Class meeting during
Academic Advising this Thursday, April 3rd.

Weather related cancellation of the Feb. 27, 2014
Parent/Teacher Conferences
Please read the attached letter from the Principal.

2014 Spring Conference Reschedule - Positive Contact.pdf

Graduation Cap & Gown Distribution
took place Friday, March 21 during both lunches. The packages not picked up are now in the office.  If you still owe some on your balance, you will need cash or to call Josten's office at 616-719-5300 with a credit card number.

Plan Testing has been postponed due to staffing issues with the MME's, also going on at school. Here is the new schedule:

Tuesday, March 31 Regular 1st hr, Testing from 8:40 - 11:00 pm,
regular schedule the rest of the day (Full Day)
Wednesday, April 1 Regular 1st hr, Testing from 8:40 - 11:00 pm,
 regular schedule the rest of the day (Full Day)

Each student only tests one day. Guidance Office will post which day students will be tested the week of 24th.

National Honor Society makes a Difference!
NHS sponsored another successful Blood Drive on March 11th that brought in 70 staff and students participants!  Thank you to all that gave.'s that time of year....
The Annual Pazcki Eating Championship
sponsored by Plumbs! 

Congratulations to our 3rd Place Team


Welcome Class of 2018

 Our annual 8th grade Student/Parent Meeting was Thursday, February 20 in the CPHS Auditorium.  150 families were in attendance.  Thank you to those that were able to attend.  We are very excited to welcome the class of 2018 and we have high expectations as they have done an excellent job at Mill Creek and other area middle schools.  We look forward to watching their contribution to the CPHS tradition! If you were unable to attend the meeting, the handouts and presentation slides are linked below under my picture.  - Steve Gough, Principal


Spring Break 2014
The school district is not changing the dates this year.
 Spring Break will start Friday, April 4 through Friday, April 11, 2014.  At this time a decision has not been made whether to add days on to the end of the year.  We have exceeded the snow days and are waiting to see how the rest of the winter plays out and also any directive from our legislators in Lansing. 



Senior Graduation Meeting January 23rd with Mr. Gough
Time is going by quickly for our seniors!   Mr. Gough discussed the important things students need to do to graduate.  Order forms from Douglas Photography were passed out for Commencement pictures (more are in the office). Senior parents were there to encourage the students to attend the Senior All Night Party.  They spoke about this being the last time they would all be together to just have fun. The students were reminded that if they need some financial help to attend, to contact the Senior Parents (contact information is on this page under the title "Senior Parents").
The handouts they were given are linked to the Information box to the left

Attention All Student Drivers:

As you exit the parking lot after school each day TURN RIGHT ONLY. Buses will use Six Mile Rd. This will help with congestion in the parking lot after school.


Parking Permits are $5.00, Cash only.

Students must park in their designated area only. This is the large parking lot in of the school across the drive by the baseball and softball fields. A new stairway has been installed to assist students to cross the drive. Students may not park in the fire lanes, handicap lanes, loading zones, driveways, faculty and staff areas. Vehicles parked in unauthorized areas may be towed, at the owner's expense, or be recommended for ticketing by local law enforcement authorities. Unauthorized or improper use of the school parking lot or failure to obtain a parking permit may result in the immobilization of the vehicle. A fee is charged for removal of the mechanical boot from unregistered, illegally parked, or otherwise unauthorized cars.


Guidance/Academic Services

Click here for Counseling/Academic Services web site

April 14, 2014:  Comstock Park Rotary Scholarship

                            DEADLINE: April 23, 2014

                            AMOUNT: $750.00

                            CRITERIA: GPA: 2.0; brief essay topic: "What Would You Change for the

                            APPLY:  Download the CP Rotary Scholarship from the Counseling/Academic Services website above--PLEASE NOTE:  This file also contains an application for the LIFE Leadership Conference sponsored by and paid for by the CP Rotary -- this is a great conference and is open to both juniors and seniors!!! It is NOTnecessary to attend the conference in order to receive the scholarship.

Seniors—Great news!! The deadline for the GRBS Perseverance Award Scholarship has been extended to April 9!! GRBS is the company that provides custodial services to our district and is offering a $1,000.00 scholarship to a senior who demonstrates perseverance by overcoming a personal challenge and/or hardship. Details and the application are listed on the Scholarship Information page of the Academic/Guidance Services website or contact your counselor with questions.

Three scholarship deadlines are being extended because there have not been any applicants. However, no applications will be accepted after April 3, 2014!!

Pioneer State Mutual--$1,000.00
Bob Savage--$1,000.00 over 4 years

PLEASE login to the Counseling/Academic Services website and select the Scholarship link on the right for more information to see if you qualify and for an application.  College is expensive!!!

FOR SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION--click on the Counseling/Academic Services link above and select the "Scholarship Information" link
on right-hand side under "Seniors"

March 24, 2014:
Dual Enrollment for the 2014-2014 Fall Semester at GRCC applications are due to the Guidance Office by March 31. If your student has a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher and is interested in dual enrollment, please have them sign up to meet with their counselor in the Guidance Office if they did not attend today's meeting.

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


Senior Parents 2014-Supporting a safe, supervised party of fun on graduation night May 29, 2014
Deadline for payment to the All Night Party is MAY 1, 2014!

We are selling Butter Braids until April 1st...they are high quality and great tasting!  You can pick up an order form from the office and also return the filled out forms to the office.  These are due by Tuesday, April 1st.  Don't miss out!

Next meeting is Monday, May 01, 2014 @ 7:00 pm in the Choir Room

 Order a yard sign for your favorite Senior. Deadline is May 1st.
 Order form is here:

order form for signs 2014.pdf


We still need your students photos for our Senior Display case.

Baby picture, toddler or pre-school picture, favorite Halloween costume, Christmas memory, favorite hobby, awkward middle school, BFF’S, senior picture, and any group photo of the class of 2014. PHOTOS WILL NOT BE RETURNED! You can email full resolution photos to or mail them to the HS: Senior Parent Showcase, C/O Betty Beth Johns, 150 Six Mile Rd, Comstock Park, MI 49321.

Also, the Senior Parents are selling Comstock Park Flags. They are 3x5 in size, $25.00 each. They will have the CP logo on them with the new varsity gold color.  Flags will be here the week of Thanksgiving. Quantities are limited and are a first come first save basis. Orders can be turned in at the school, Attn: Senior Parents, C/O Lori Campbell. I can be emailed at

To receive informational emails from this group, send request to:, or call Lori Campbell at 616-647-7082 or Brenda Brown at 616-821-9380.

Our website  is:


Steve Gough

Steven Sharphorn
Assistant Principal

Di Dellinger
Principal's Secretary


Cindy Wildey
Athletic Secretary

Tony Petkus
Athletic Director

Gina McCambridge

Cindy Virkstis


Nancy Dahl

Carolyn Bolthouse

Chris Sposaro
Career Academy
Dean of Students 

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 Di Dellinger, secretary at the high school, at 254-5202.  Meetings are generally held the third Tuesday of each month with some exceptions due to holidays.  Our next meeting will be on

Tuesday, April 22 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM

(Joint meeting with Middle School PAC)

Last meeting of the school year:

Tuesday, May 20, 2014 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

in the Media Center at the high school.

Look for the year calendar of meetings to the left on this page under Information.

2013 14 Student Parent Planning Calendar.pdf

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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