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37 UCMST Students Qualify for MMPC Part 2
Congratulations MMPC Part 2 Qualifiers!
Three UCMST seniors named among top one percent of high school students
Elisabeth Pettibone, of Henry Ford II High School, and Atishay Singh and Aditya Vageesh, of Stevenson High School, placed among the top one percent of U.S. high school students taking the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.
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Pi Day

Our annual MST Pi Day Celebration will be happening on Tuesday, March 14, 2017. Students are encouraged to sign-up in classrooms to bring in pies and forks for our celebration. Parents wishing to volunteer on Pi Day can sign-up at:
Once again we will be hosting our annual Pi-Off, a competition to see which student knows the most digits of pi. The MST Student Council is also fundraising for breast cancer research each day leading up to Pi Day. Donations will be pooled and given to the Inflammatory Breast Cancer Foundation. Students making donations will have the opportunity to enter into a drawing to pie a teacher on Pi Day, if school and class fundraising goals are both met.

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.

4/3/17 – 4/7/17 UCS Spring Break

4/11/17 – 4/12/17 NO MST CLASSES due to standardized testing

4/11/17 Junior MME/SAT Testing Day at Home Schools

4/12/17 Freshman and Sophomore PSAT Testing & Junior MME Testing at Home Schools

4/14/17 No School UCS - Good Friday

4/25/17 Chipotle Fundraiser 4:00 - 8:00 p.m. (see flyer in Weekly News)

5/1/17 – 5/12/17 AP Testing at Home Schools

5/23/17 – 5/25/17 Junior MST Exams

5/30/17 Junior Internships Begin

5/30/17 – 6/1/17 Senior MST Exams

6/1/17 UCMST Class of 2017 Senior Banquet

6/8/17 – 6/12/17 Sophomore & Freshmen MST Exams


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

Student achievement in the district outpaces 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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