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Trait of Knowledgeable
11/12/2019
Students honored for demonstrating IB Profile
Six for six: UCS valedictorian has perfect record when it comes to Ivy League applications
06/11/2019
UAIS grad earns more than $2.2 million in scholarships
UAIS students pledge to celebrate "moments"
06/07/2019
Nearly 100 UAIS graduates celebrate success
Expanded UCS ThunderQuest storms into Henry Ford II High School on November 16
11/12/2019
Largest regional lego robotics tournament set for Saturday
West Utica celebrates nation's veterans at annual assembly
11/07/2019
Veterans honored in speeches and songs
UCSI seniors show elementary how to get in the game
11/05/2019
Trade show gives younger students a taste of specialty school

From The Principal

This fall, UAIS hosted "One Night Only" as part of a CAS project.  Think of this as being similar to a TED® Talk style of event.  Mr. Newell, Mr. Dobbie, Mrs. Fitzsimonds, Mr. Crossen, Mr. Kuhlman, Mr. Trombley and Mr. Burak presented on topics ranging from dealing with stress, use of language, and success and failures in college.  It was a very well attended night and everyone appeared to enjoy the event.


Early action college applications were due for submission on Friday, November 1st.  The remaining college visits to UAIS are:
11/6/19:  Calvin University (8:30 am)
11/15/19:  Saginaw Valley State University (10:00 am)



Enjoy the month of November!


Best,

Mrs. Beebe

 

 

 

The mission of UAIS is to engage our students and to cultivate their abilities through individualized attention and the support of our community of educators, learners, and parents.

This collaborative environment and the rigorous, comprehensive, and internationally-minded curriculum challenge the learner to grow personally and academically.

As our students develop into enlightened, globally-aware citizens, the skills and understanding that they acquire at UAIS will help them lead today and improve tomorrow.


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

Student achievement in the district outpace 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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