The Academy of Public Leadership at Cody creates an environment that fosters critical thinking, problem solving and public advocacy skills by combining a comprehensive, standards-based curriculum with education about law, democracy and human rights. Linking the curriculum to career pathways, students will have the opportunity to develop the necessary skills to succeed in the real world.
United Way, Skillman Foundation, and Junior Achievement, Deloitte Business Academy, Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion, Neighborhood Legal Training Partnership with Wayne State University Law School, Michigan Civil Rights Community Initiative, Youth Violence Prevention through the Mayor’s Office, Big Brothers Big Sisters Mentoring Program, Ernst & Young College Access Mentoring Program, City Year Tutoring, Mentoring Program at Don Bosco Hall, and Wayne County Community College Dual Enrollment.
Michigan Youth In Government, Mock Trial Team, Debate Team, Chess Team, World-Class Athletics, Online Credit Recovery, 9th Grade JROTC Leadership Curriculum, 9th Grade Comprehensive Program-Male & Female, 11th Grade Yearlong ACT Prep Instruction, Teen Leadership Institute, Business Training.
- School Brochure
- Cody APL’s School of the Week Feature: Nov. 25-Nov. 29, 2013
- DPS Safe Routes to School Program
Sneak peek to Cody High: A Life Remodeled Project, framed By Grace Films
Through inquiry based instruction and curriculum, students will have
the ability to solve complex problems, think critically, and advocate persuasively for themselves and their communities. Students will graduate from APL with the skills,
knowledge, leadership capabilities, and confidence to pursue their dreams, excel in their studies, and become productive, empowered, civic-minded citizens whose decisions and actions effect positive change in their communities.
Take a look at the link below which highlights all three Cody schools on the campus!
Tops: Solid Black or Gray collared shirt or blouse.
Bottom: Khaki or Black non-denim pants