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UCSI students show elementary students that learning is a wild ride
11/14/2018
Trade show markets rides to elementary students
UCS students honored for their skills
06/27/2018
UCSI students earn top finishes at state conference
Virtual reality film program earns national recognition
06/01/2018
The Tour honored by District Administration magazine
December 2018 Focus For the Community
12/12/2018
Latest community newsletter now available
UCS Update - December 7
12/07/2018
Latest updates from UCS
Students celebrate “Hours and Weeks” of coding in Utica Community Schools
12/06/2018
UCS integrates coding and programming throughout K-12 curriculum
Principal's Message

We are thrilled to have Mrs. Melissa Webb join our math department this year. Mrs. Webb comes to us from the UAIS. She is a very creative and skilled math teacher who is fitting in just perfectly to the CSI family! Welcome Mrs. Webb!

We also welcome Mr. Steve Bernier, who replaces Mr. Hock who decided to retire for real and move to Florida! Mr. Bernier has been a valued member of UCS for many years and will split his time between the IRC and the Board Office. Welcome to the family!

UCSI Mission

Our goal is to foster an engaging, challenging, and  creative environment where each student feels competent, confident, and motivated to learn the skills and information necessary for success.


Open House

Our Open House schedule mimics the students' school day.  Freshmen and senior parents will start their classes at 5:20, have 10 minute sessions, and hear Mr. Bob Monroe speak at 6:00.  
Junior and sophomore parents will start with Mr. Monroe's message at 6:00 and attend classes after that (approximately 6:20-7:00).  Juniors parents are asked to stay for a short meeting regarding our job shadow program following classes.  

Please contact jill.rilley@uticak12.org if you have any questions.  

Utica Community Schools is Michigan's second largest school district.  

Student achievement in the district outpaces all county, state and national averages. The district's graduation rate is 12 points higher than the state average and students are staff are regularly honored for excellence.

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