Nationally acclaimed Macomb Mathematics Science Technology Center IAM – Macomb Daily

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Macomb County has two top schools in the annual US News and World Report list of top schools in the state of Michigan.

Macomb International Academy, located on the Chippewa Valley campus, was named the best high school in the state by the publication. It also ranks 24th nationally.

Assessments are based on math and reading skills, performance of underserved students, graduation rate, and college readiness.

“The US News and World Report ranking is a testament to the collaborative efforts of our students, staff and districts. This recognition makes our entire community proud and inspires us to continue to provide an exceptional educational experience, ”said Laura Strong, Director of IAM.

The success of the IAM, which welcomes students from across Macomb County, is the result of a cooperative effort, said Alesia Flye, assistant superintendent of education / academic director.

“We are extremely proud of the Macomb International Academy’s consistent ranking as the top performing high school. The IAM is an example of the strong community support and collaboration between school districts in Macomb County. The staff and students work incredibly hard, and their efforts continually move 100% of IAM students into post-secondary opportunities, ”said Flye.

The Macomb Mathematics Science Technology Center, part of the Warren Consolidated Schools District, has been named Michigan’s Best College by US News and World Report.

The Macomb Mathematics Science Technology Center, part of the Warren Consolidated School District, was named the best college in Michigan State by US News and World Report in its annual survey. Scores and based on reading and math skills.

A magnetic school at WCS, Middle School Mathematics Science Technology Center’s student population is 80, and the school serves grades 6-8. In school, 98% of students scored at or above the math proficiency level, and 98% scored at or above this level in reading.

“I am really amazed,” said Catherine Neuhoff, director of the MMSTC and special programs. “Considering COVID-19 and everything that was going on, students and staff were always focused on teaching and learning. The children made it out. The integrated program has a lot to do with why they performed so well. “

Other local high schools ranked among the top 200 in the state include:

• Eisenhower High School in Shelby Township, part of the Utica Community Schools, ranked 63rd.

• Stevenson High School in Sterling Heights, part of Utica Community Schools, ranked # 76.

• Henry Ford II High School in Sterling Heights, part of Utica Community Schools, was ranked No. 88.

• L’Anse Creuse High School North in the canton of Macomb, which is part of the public schools of L’Anse Creuse, ranked No. 117.

• Dakota High School in Macomb Township, part of the Chippewa Valley Schools, ranked 119th.

• Utica High School in Utica, part of Utica Community Schools, ranked # 140.

• Armada Secondary School in Armada, which is one of the schools in the Armada region, is ranked No. 144.

• Romeo High School in Romeo, which is part of the Romeo Community Schools, ranked No. 165.

Other Macomb County colleges that made it to the top 200 include:

• Malow Junior High School in Shelby Township, part of Utica Community Schools, ranked # 57.

• Heritage Junior High School in Sterling Heights, part of Utica Community Schools, ranked # 75.

• Richards Middle School in Fraser, part of Fraser’s Public Schools, ranked 133rd.

• Jeannette Junior High School in Sterling Heights, part of Utica Community Schools, ranked 148th.

• Bemis High School in Sterling Heights, part of Utica Community Schools, ranked 149th.

• Jefferson Middle School in St. Clair Shores, part of Lakeview Public Schools, ranked 165th.

• Shelby Junior High School in Shelby Township, part of Utica Community Schools, ranked # 193.

• And Merrit Academy in New Haven placed 200th.

At the elementary school level, Messmore Elementary School in Sterling Heights, which is part of the Utica Community Schools District, is the top-ranked elementary school in Macomb County, according to US News and World Report. Scores are based on reading and math skills.

Messmore, a Montessori school, is ranked No. 42 in the state. At school, 82% of students scored at or above the math proficiency level and 77% scored at or above this level in reading.

Merrit Academy in New Haven ranked 107 on the list. At Merritt Academy, 56% of students scored at or above this level in math and 63% scored at or above that level in reading.

Other Macomb County elementary schools on the list include:

• Dekeyser Elementary School in Sterling Heights and part of Utica Community Schools, ranked 139.

• Monfort Elementary School in Shelby Township, part of the Utica Community Schools, ranked 141st.

• Harwood Elementary School in Sterling Heights, part of the Warren Consolidated Schools, ranked 142nd.

• Ashley Elementary School in New Baltimore, part of the Anchor Bay School District, ranked No. 188.


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