May 2, 2023 Safety & Success Election
The Value of a UCS Education will continue to be supported through the two proposals on our May 2 Safety and Success ballot: a $550 million bond proposal and a non-homestead operating replacement millage proposal. Click the button below to learn more about the two proposals.
Click the tabs below to hear students and community members discuss how the value of a UCS education supports student and graduate success, the strength of our local economy and our region's quality of life.
The Value of a UCS Education:
Educational Excellence for Students
Quality of Life
- Enroll Today - Current UCS Resident
- Schools of Choice (Open to Oakland, Wayne, Lapeer and St. Clair Residents)
- VIrtual Academy - Current residents and SOC
The Value of a UCS Education
Throughout this school year, Utica Community Schools will be asking the question - "What is the Value of a UCS education?"
The answer will come from those most impacted by our schools - graduates, students, parents, residents, business owners and community leaders.
Learn more at the stories shared on this page.
Join the conversation at #ucsvalue or share your story at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Challenges Inside and Outside the Classroom - Angel Stallings, UCS Graduate
- Career Ready through CTE - Ryan Capshaw, UCS graduate
- Choice and Rigor - Nicole Black, UCS Graduate
- School of Choice turned UCS resident - Sara Hakim, UCS Parent
Supporting Economic Health of our Community
- How the Value of UCS Supports Small Business Owners - Dan Wesner
- Sterling Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce - Stacy Ziarko
A Long Legacy of Excellence
Quality of Life
- Sterling Heights Mayor Michael Taylor
- City of Utica Mayor Gus Calandrino
- Shelby Township Supervisor Rick Stathakis
- Washington Township Supervisor Sebastian "Sam" Previti