Welcome to UCS Community Education . . .
From Early Childhood to Adult Enrichment, UCS has it covered!
Utica Community Schools encourages everyone to reach for their star no matter their age or learning style. To help everyone achieve, a wide range of programs and services are offered. Programs are designed to meet the needs of all residents from preschool to senior citizens. UCS Community Education works on the philosophy that recognizes education as more than the traditional K-12 program.
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: With one of the largest, self-supporting early childhood programs in Michigan, the UCS Early Childhood program provides classes for infants, toddlers and preschoolers conveniently located throughout the school district.
: School-Age Child Care, KinderDay Care, Summer Child Care and Summer Reading and Math are all designed to meet the child care and tutorial needs of children in grades K-6. School year and summer programs are held in safe and supervised environments, and provide a variety of appropriate activities for all ages.
: Our program offers a range of personal/professional development classes and leisure activities for the community. Create a healthier lifestyle, better understand your finances, prepare for a new career, or participate in sports. Our classes are offered for every age group and provide opportunities to learn, grow and have fun.
Youth and Teen: Young adults are encouraged to participate in one of our many youth and teen programs held throughout the district. Children can learn to play a musical instrument or participate in classes like karate, cheerleading and soccer. A variety of academic and homework help classes are also offered.
: Several academic programs have been developed to meet the needs of adult students. Those attending these programs complete the requirements to earn a high school diploma or prepare for the GED exam.
: This alternative high school experience provides a non-traditional setting, varying hours and small class sizes to help students experience both academic and social success.
: Free day and evening classes are held at the Training and Development Center for those having difficulty reading, writing or speaking English. The program provides zero speakers through advanced level classes and can help the students with essential life skills including check writing, job application/resumes, and finding housing.