Residents of The Tri-Communities enjoy the benefits of top-rated public schools, a range of private schools to choose from and higher educational opportunities. The cooperative efforts of school administrations, local governments and involved citizens ensure that each child equally receives the best possible education in academic, social and life-long learning areas.
The Utica Community Schools consist of 29 elementary schools, seven junior high schools and four high schools, which reflect the exceptional involvement of the community, and provide an outstanding, well-rounded educational experience.
The Warren Consolidated Schools serve the towns of Warren, Sterling Heights and Troy, and contribute greatly to the area’s prosperity. Through its comprehensive curriculum, qualified and caring staff and involved community, students of WCS receive a thorough education that lasts their entire lifetime. Great schools make the area more attractive to prospective residents, as well as produce educated and valuable citizens, who will make the area an even better place to live.