Utica High School
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Utica High Points of Pride
The Class of 2014 earned over $5.2 million in
scholarships from colleges across the United States
The He’s a Lady charity pageant raised over $2,100 for the Macomb Charitable Foundation, a local charity that helps homeless children
Hispanic Honor Society raised more than $5,000 for the American Cancer Society during Relay for Life
HHS Relay for Life Team
Students from Hispanic Honor Society, AP European History, and Psychology classes helped a needy family this past Christmas through the Macomb Charitable Foundation
Senior Beja Parisi won Best in Show in the 2014 Congressional Art Competition entitled, "Artistic Discovery."
Senior Angelica Paparizos won the North American International Auto Show Poster Competition
Austin Matney won 2nd Place at the National level of the Scholastic Art Competition for his ceramic sculpture
Club decorated cookies at their Christmas party to donate to classrooms
The Girls’ Track team was the 2014 MAC White Division meet champion
Eight Utica High students competed in the 2014 Science Olympiad Macomb County Regionals
16 Seniors, selected for their leadership abilities, volunteered their lunch hours to form friendships and mentor 70 sophomores. The goal of the program is to make sophomores feel welcomed in their new environment, which will enhance their chances for success in high school.
The Warrior yearbook and Arrow newspaper were named tops in the state of Michigan in this past year’s competitions Senior Elizabeth Wilson, editor in-chief of the Warrior yearbook, was named to the All-State Journalist team.
Student Council hosted the 2014 MASC/MAHS State Conference in Traverse City
Student Council raised $11,600 for Disaster Relief At Work in the 2014 Bucket Drive
The Chieftain Marching Band received a 1st Division Rating at MSBOA Marching Band Festival
55 members of the Utica High School band traveled to New York City, where they saw the sights, attended various clinics, and saw a Broadway show
National Honors Society
Our National Honor Society donated more than $4,800 to a number of local charities and school groups The Utica High
National Honor Society also completed over 5,000 hours of community service and tutoring
55 Utica High students got a closer look at their communities as part of Utica High School’s Government Day
Utica Football and Cheer raised over $1,000 for Turning Point during their annual Orange and Black football game. All money was donated to Turning Point to help abused women
455 advanced placement exams were taken by Utica High students in 2013, with 66% of the students earning a “3” or higher score on their exam.
Senior Sam Mason was a state qualifying wrestler in the 171 pound weight class
In the spring of 2014, the theatre and music programs produced High School Musical
In the fall of 2013, the theatre program produced I Was a Teenage Dracula
Theatre students participated in the International Thespian Festival at SVSU. The seniors who competed were offered over $200,000 in scholarship money
About one hundred UHS Physics Students participated in the 4th Annual Physics Olympics last year to compete in physics-related challenges.
The Girls’ Softball team was the White Division Champion
The Boys’ Tennis Team won the MAC Blue division
The Boys’ Swimming team was named the MAC Blue Champion
Timra Toma, Robert Syfert, and Kelsey Weyland competed in the DECA Conference competition in Atlanta, Georgia. They finished top 10 in the nation
47 HOSA students competed in the HOSA State Competition
The Quiz Bowl team placed first in their division this past year
Davina Nguyen was the state tennis champion in #1 singles
The Utica Physical Education
Department conducts a physical challenge known as the Chieftain Challenge. This
year, 37 students were able to achieve Chieftain Awards.
Address: Utica High School
47255 Shelby Rd.
Utica, MI 48317
Principal: Thomas Lietz