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CSI seniors show elementary students how to bring their books to life
11/01/2019
Trade show gives elementary students a glimpse of what to expect at CSI
UCSI students use their skills to earn top honors at state competition
05/03/2019
UCSI students earn first, second place honors at state competition
Trade show allows UCSI students to plan their great escape
01/11/2019
Projects help demonstrate the importance of working collaboratively
Annual event promotes student voice in UCS
12/06/2019
High school students share thoughts at event with district leaders
UCS Update - December 6
12/06/2019
Recent updates from UCS
Leadership opportunities open doors for UCS senior
12/05/2019
UAIS senior named among 1,900 finalists in scholarship competition

Principal's Message

Presenters from the Michigan Advanced Technician Training (MAT^2) program will be sharing information with Mr. Spry’s morning classes on Thursday, November 21st. Many CSI students have been selected to be a part of this prestigious program which provides (tuition free) an Associate’s degree, on the job training including (for many) travel overseas, and a guaranteed job placement upon successful completion of the two-year program. http://www.mitalent.org/mat2

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.


May 6: Junior Job Shadow deadline
May 8: Senior speech auditions
May 9: 9th Grade Odyssey Game
Design project showcase 8:30-10:00
May 15: Senior Celebration ticket
purchase deadline
May 18-19: CSI Fundraiser at
Deneweth’s, Macomb
May 27: Memorial Day-no school
May 29: Senior English Exam
Senior Celebration
May 31: Seniors’ Last Day
June 7, 10, 11: CSI Exams
(underclassmen)
June 11: CSI last day
June 12, 13, 14: Home School Exams

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.

For more information on Utica Community Schools, please visit this link