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All Utica Community Schools high schools have been honored as being among the most challenging in Michigan, including one recognized as the state’s top school.

The Utica Academy for International Studies (UAIS), Eisenhower High School, Henry Ford II, Stevenson High School and Utica High School have been named three of the Most Academically Challenging High Schools by The Washington Post.

For the fourth straight year, UAIS was ranked the state’s most challenging high school and second in the Midwest. 

Eisenhower High School was ranked 34, Henry Ford II was 35, Stevenson was listed as 41 and Utica High School placed 42 in Michigan.

The Washington Post Challenge Index identifies programs and schools based on student participation in rigorous academic programs, such as Advanced Placement programs through the College Board and courses authorized by the International Baccalaureate Organization. 



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The Spirit of Utica Community Schools

Our school district vision includes a focus on developing students into “productive, contributing members of their society.”

Through this focus, our students are demonstrating the care, compassion and service to others that also represent the fabric of our community.

This shared vision we have with our families and residents is never more evident than this time of year, when our staff and students support more than 200 charities.

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