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Chieftain Weekly - Jan 22 - Jan 27
weekly notes
UHS presents a night of "Dramedy"
Performances set for January 19-20
2009 Bond Issue
Bond Issue projects continue to make a difference at UHS
Scholastic Arts competition honors nearly 200 UCS student artists
Two UCS students among five earning best of show honors
Flickinger students engineer a lesson in music
Students use technology to create music instruments
Applications available for UCS secondary specialty programs
Applications accepted through Feb. 26

From The Principal

Dear  Chieftain Families,


Welcome to 2018!  

Though this time of year is oft when people look back on the past year’s successes and struggles, this is when we, as educators, look forward to the great things that came with the turning of the seasons.  Though in the heart of winter, we begin thinking about proms, graduations, and the rest.  But, before we get there, we have to finish Semester 1! 

We have a lot going on at Utica High.  Chieftain athletic successes have kicked off the 2018 Winter Sports season.  Girls and boys basketball, boys and girls bowling, boys swim and dive, competitive cheer, dance and wrestling are all off to great starts! We’ve had big wins and frustrating losses, but a lot of great Chieftain.

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Our Vision:
Empowering students to reach their full potential as members of a global community.

Our Mission:
The mission of Utica High School is to develop successful learners with the support of our community of educators, students, and parents. Our diverse student body will have an equitable, rigorous, and comprehensive education in a safe and supportive environment that promotes self-discipline, motivation, and excellence in learning. We aim to cultivate individual learners with active and creative minds, and a sense of understanding and compassion for others.

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 13 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