Utica Center for Math Science and Technology

14201 Canal Road
Sterling Heights, MI 48313
Phone: 586.797.6800
Attendance line: 586.797.6899
Fax: 586.797.6801

Welcome to the Utica Center for Mathematics, Science & Technology (UCMST), a unique educational experience for advanced and talented students of the Utica Community Schools.

Applications are now available for the 2016-2017 school year at this link

Our Mission:

The mission of the Utica Center for Mathematics, Science and Technology is to provide talented students an opportunity to excel in an environment rich in integrated studies and advanced placement topics.

Our Purpose:

The Utica Center for Mathematics, Science and Technology is designed to bring advanced students with special talents and interests together with leading-edge technology. The Center utilizes an advanced curriculum for grades 9-12 which serves to inspire, challenge, and prepare students to pursue careers in mathematics and science. The Center follows the Utica tradition of providing the finest instruction and innovation. Eighth grade students who have a strong interest in mathematics and science are encouraged to participate in the selection process. Students are selected based on their academic record and performance on tests of aptitude and achievement.

Students are transported to the Center for a three-period block of classes and additional course work is taken at their home schools.

UCMST - Curriculum

Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12

Accelerated Chemistry

Accelerated Biology

AP Physics B

AP Calculus BC

Advanced Algebra/Geometry

OR Advanced Algebra/Discrete Math

Biochemistry/ Foundations of Research

Foundations of Calculus/AP Statistics

**and any of the following two

C++ Programming/Statistics

Analysis

AP JAVA Programming

AP Biology

 

 

 

AP Physics C Mechanics

 

 

 

AP Chemistry

 

UCMST - More About Us

  • Early acceleration in mathematics and science courses

  • Internship opportunity for career exploration

  • Extensive use of current technology in problem solving

  • Dynamic classroom setting with flexible time periods

  • Advanced Placement examinations in upper-level courses

  • Interaction between highly motivated math-science students and staff
  • Encouragement to go beyond the limits of traditional course work

  • Directed research opportunity for upper classmen

  • College and career advising provided in addition to home school counseling services
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