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Leadership Day brings UCS students together to strengthen their skills
10/12/2021
Eisenhower High School students become stronger leaders with the help of their own student council
What it means to lead the show as a high school drum major
10/06/2021
As all four high schools prepare for Band-A-Rama, what role does the drum major play?
Eisenhower students create human physiology art
09/17/2021
Human Physiology students at Eisenhower High School draw and label the human body systems on a life-sized scale.
Favorite teachers recognized by Henry Ford II senior football players
10/22/2021
Football jerseys of HFII seniors presented to favorite teachers from throughout their UCS career.
Havel Elementary shines light on Down Syndrome Awareness Month
10/21/2021
UCS students at Havel Elementary show their support of Down Syndrome Awareness Month.
Stevenson Marching Band selected for America’s Thanksgiving Parade
10/20/2021
Stevenson to perform in annual downtown Detroit event
From the PrincipalJared McEvoy 

Eagle families, 

Parents we are looking for part-time assistance in a variety of clerical and support positions in UCS.  If you’re interested, please let me know and I’ll be happy to get you more information! 

Email serves as our primary mode of communicating with our Eagle families, please contact the Ike main office if we have an inaccurate email on file.  Be sure to check it often with weekly "Eagle Updates" sent from the office each Friday!  Archived copies of the "Eagle Updates" are available on the EHS website under the "Ike News" tab.

As shared in a communication sent by Superintendent Monroe, the school start and end times have been slightly adjusted for the upcoming school year.  School begins  at 7:15 a.m. with dismissal at 2:09 p.m.

The office staff is here to support you - while we are in the office, please know that we are always happy to talk with you and answer your questions over the phone. Our office number is 586-797-1300.

I thank you for your continued support!  

GO EAGLES!

Jared A. McEvoy, Principal

Our Vision

Eisenhower High School’s vision is to provide excellence in education promoting academic and personal growth.

Our Mission

Our mission is to empower students by providing the necessary tools to reach their potential in a global society.

 


  • Eisenhower is a Michigan Blue Ribbon Exemplary School.
  • Eisenhower High School is recognized by the Washington Post as one of the most academically challenging schools in the United States.
  • The Class of 2019 had  80 valedictorians, 1 salutatorians, 162 National Honor Society members, 125 UCS Advanced Placement Scholars, 225 Ike's Brightest, and 109 Presidential Scholars.
  • Eisenhower offers students a choice of 28 Advanced Placement courses.
  • Eisenhower students took more than 1,250 Advanced Placement exams last year.
  • During the past school year 1,093 students, 57% of our student body, were enrolled in Advanced Placement courses.
  • Eisenhower has earned the National Gold Council of  Excellence award from the National Association of Student Councils in recognition of its efforts to involve students  in their school and community.
  • Eisenhower offers students 29 clubs and organizations in which they can participate.
  • An Eisenhower student publication have been honored as among the state's best by the Michigan Interscholastic Press Association.

UCS Vision

All children have the right to a rigorous, high-quality education which meets their individual needs. UCS will respect, encourage and empower each and every student to acquire the necessary knowledge, skills and attitudes to be successful, contributing members of a diverse community and global society.

UCS Mission

We are committed to exemplary teaching and learning in order for our students to be prepared for success in the 21st Century.
We will achieve this commitment by engaging the entire community to focus on each child's achievement, with the expectation that every student will pursue some type of post-high school educational endeavor.

Core Values

  • Every child can learn and achieve.
  • Parents and guardians are partners in the learning process.
  • Being “smart” can be achieved through persistence, hard work and effective effort.
  • Excellence is expected and celebrated.
  • Data is used to guide our decision-making.
  • All employees will exemplify ethical behavior; exhibit a strong work ethic; and continue to develop their leadership, performance and service skills.
  • Technology supports and enhances instruction, business operations, research and communications.
  • The Board of Education, district educators/staff, parents, community members and business leaders must collaborate and work as a team to enhance educational opportunities for student success.