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College Fair set for April 19
Nearly 100 representatives will meet with students at annual event
CTE students go to bat for foundation honoring former UCS student
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Career Expo set for March 16
More than 100 career reps will meet with students

From The Principal

During April, Eisenhower High School is once again going to distribute reports cards electronically.  The third marking period grades will be sent electronically to families at the end of the day on Thursday, April 13.

To receive the report cards, parents will need to have a secure PowerSchool account. Parents who do not have access to a PowerSchool account will need to register for one prior to April 11, 2017. The report cards will then be automatically e-mailed to the address that is used to register the PowerSchool account.

If you already have a PowerSchool account, you do not need to take any further action. The report card will be automatically sent to you electronically at the e-mail address used to log into the account.

Our school will no longer automatically print and mail report cards to parents. More information on how to register for secure accounts can be found at

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Weekly Student Notes can be found by selecting Eagle Life then News and Annoucements.

Our Vision

Eisenhower High School is committed to providing Excellence in Education for all students. The school will design programs and learning experiences that promote academic achievement and the personal and social growth of every student. As a richly diverse community of learners that values all its members, Eisenhower High School will assume a central role in the community by linking parents, local agencies and businesses to the school.

Our Mission

The Mission of Eisenhower High School is to foster academic and personal excellence. The staff along with parents and community will prepare students with the knowledge and skills to compete in a technological and global world. The safe and nurturing environment at E.H.S. in conjunction with a rigorous comprehensive curriculum will prepare students for graduation not only to succeed in college and careers but also to become informed, responsible citizens who respect diversity and value life-long learning.

Utica Community Schools will host its annual College Fair from 6:30 to 8 p.m. April 19 at Henry Ford II High School, 11911 Clinton River Road in Sterling Heights. 

Designed for secondary students, the fair will feature college representatives from nearly 100 Michigan and out-of-state universities who will highlight their schools' academic programs. 

Students will be able to meet individually with admissions officers to learn about the application process and expectations. 

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 and staff are regularly honored for excellence.

For more information on Utica Community Schools, please visit this link