School NewsDistrict News

Senior builds bright future as an architect with art college scholarship
04/13/2018
Senior Torrel Sparks earns $72,000 scholarship to Milwaukee School of Art and Design
Ford presents Addams Family
03/10/2018
Performances set for March 22-24
Students show how global thinking is always in fashion
02/16/2018
Unity Club take staff and students on a trip around the world
UALC Green Club honored by Macomb County for environmental efforts
04/25/2018
Macomb County awards school top Evergreen honor
UHS celebrates a Hall of Fame student newspaper
04/23/2018
Arrow named to MIPA Student Media Hall of Fame
Dr. Seuss characters come to life in annual Oakbrook Musical Extravaganza
04/20/2018
Annual Musical enjoyed by students, community

From The Principal

One way to ensure that your student is college ready is for him/her to take an AP class next year. It is my expectation as Principal that every student takes at least one AP class and sits for the AP exam before he/she graduates from Ford. We know that students from Ford who take an AP class and sit for the exam are five times more likely not only to go to college but to graduate from college.
The world that our students will live in requires that they have an education beyond high school. Make sure that you strongly encourage your student to take an AP class next year. Remember, if you sign up for an AP class it is a commitment and you must remain in the course.


Please see the March newsletter SAT Prep class flyer, March 14th Kindness Day Remembrance, and April 10th and 11th Testing Information for additional information.

Our Vision
All students will be college ready as measured by the ACT College Readiness Benchmarks by the time they graduate. 


Our Mission


‚ÄčTo involve family, school, and community in the education of students through a supportive environment and stimulating curriculum.

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 and staff are regularly honored for excellence.

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