Monday, February 4, 2013
Post an announcement or photo on Patch to let us know if your student-athlete has made plans for college.
National Signing Day on Wednesday, Feb. 6, is a big day for many student-athletes, and we would love for you to share their accomplishments on Shelby-Utica Patch. For some high school senior athletes, it's a day they make their college plans official. It's something to take pride in, and we would love to help parents, coaches and athletic directors spread the word. Patch has several ways in which you can share the news about student-athletes from Eisenhower High School, Utica High School or area private schools. Start spreading the news today on Patch!
Sunday, January 27, 2013
The new graduation date for the Utica Community Schools' Class of 2013 is Sunday, June 9, at The Palace of Auburn Hills.
Mark your calendars, Class of 2013. Utica Community Schools' has moved the date for its high school graduations. Due to a scheduling conflict, the graduation date for Utica, Eisenhower, Stevenson and Henry Ford II has been moved to Sunday, June 9 at The Palace of Auburn Hills. The date was previously June 8. While this date change will not affect the scheduled times for the ceremonies, it will impact the senior all night parties, which will now be held June 9 at each high school. The times for graduation remain as follows: The commencements for Utica's specialized high school programs will take place at their previously scheduled times. The Utica Academy for International Studies will graduate its students at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 4, …
Monday, January 14, 2013
The Michigan High School Football Coaches Association has selected Eisenhower High School student David Curle as one of 44 players on this year's East Team.
Eisenhower High School senior David Curle has been named one of 88 high school football players to participate in the 33nd annual East-West All Star Game. An offensive and defensive lineman for Ike, Curle will play the latter position on the East Team. Hosted by the Michigan High School Football Coaches Association, the game brings together what are considered to be some of the best players in the state, as selected by a state-wide group of MHSFCA member coaches. Players were announced Jan. 12. This year's game is scheduled to take place Saturday, June 22, at Arend D. Lubbers Stadium on the campus of Grand Valley State University in Allendale, MI. The start time of the game will be announced by MHSFCA in the spring. "The Michigan High …
Friday, January 4, 2013
The Michigan High School Athletic Association is hosting its second annual Battle of the Fans.
There's no doubt that Shelby Township and Utica students know how to support their sports teams. But, does Utica or Eisenhower high school have the best fan section around? Fans, you've now got a chance to prove it. The Michigan High School Athletic Association is hosting its second annual Battle of the Fans and is ready to highlight the best student cheering sections across Michigan. To enter, follow these rules: The MHSAA Student Advisory Council will choose five finalists. MHSAA officials will visit each school on a Friday game night to see the fan section in person. The winner will be announced on Feb. 22 and will be invited to the Class B Boys Basketball Semifinals at the Breslin Center on March 22 to be recognized and receive a …
Friday, November 30, 2012
The annual Eisenhower Telethon Thursday by the Student Council kicks off the holiday season.
The annual "Toys for Tots" campaign at Eisenhower High School proves to have a successful start this year with an amazing fundraiser. Supported by many generous students and their families, the classroom telethon fundraiser by Ike's Student Council 'elves' took place during all hours of the school day on Thursday, giving classrooms the chance to win prizes while contributing to the US Marine Corps. sponsored campaign. At the start of the hour, the telethon from the Media Center was broadcasted over the televisions across the school. Each class was able to contribute money towards a prize that was given out at the end of the bidding process. Then, after all classrooms were given a chance to donate towards the prize in a ten-minute period, …
Thursday, November 1, 2012
Eisenhower High School will present Noises Off this weekend at its performing arts center, 6500 25 Mile Rd in Shelby Township.
Thursday, October 4, 2012
Local high school students learn more information about the upcoming election and political leaders in a "rocking" way.
Eisenhower High School held the third annual "Rock the Vote!" event Wednesay to educate the more than 2,000 potential voters about politics. Rock the Vote, a nation-wide initiative event for students and staff members in the school community, was aimed to promote the importance of voting, provide information to students and staff about both parties, and provide an opportunity for students of age to register to vote. The event theme of "We Will" was directed to the students in the tenets of how they would hear the information, voice their opinion, and rock the upcoming electoral vote. The morning started off with just that - some great music to get the event 'rocking'. Then, keynote speakers spoke with the students regarding the policies …
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Hundreds support Cassie Hines Shoe Cancer Foundation by participating in Sunday’s walk in the park.
Cassie Hines may be gone, but her wish to help young adults with cancer lives on through the community that loved and supported her. Cassie died March 1, 2012 after battling tubulocystic renal cell carcinoma, a rare form of cancer. She was only 21 years old. During her four-year illness, Cassie found peace and inner strength at camps such as First Descents in North Carolina and Camp Mak-A-Dream in Montana. Her wish was that all young adults with cancer have the opportunity to experience camp, where she kayaked and climbed despite her diagnosis. The goal of the Cassie Hines Shoe Cancer Foundation is to raise awareness and financial support for cancer camps for young adults ages 16-30. The Foundation will send young adults to camp by …
Saturday, July 21, 2012
Goal is to donate $21,000 to Ronald McDonald House and Cystic Fibrosis.
The Eisenhower High School student council is hosting several fundraising events throughout Shelby Township and nearby communities to raise money for Ronald McDonald House and Cystic Fibrosis Research and Development. The Ike students hope to raise $21,000 - the most yet - through nine charity events, set at various restaurants and at one gas station. “These are two great charities to give to and they are two that are close to home and people close to us could be affected by them. It is also a great way to give money for great causes, yet enjoy a nice dinner out at one of our great fundraiser restaurants, locally in Shelby and Utica,” said Lorenzo Santavicca, junior class vice president. To help the teens raise money, all you need to …
Wednesday, June 6, 2012
Well dressed and ready to dance, Eisenhower students celebrate the closing of one chapter of life, and the beginning of another.
It's the culminating event for graduating high school seniors: prom 2012. This year, hundreds of Eisenhower High School seniors put on their best dresses and suits Tuesday night and headed to prom at Palazzo Grande in Shelby Township. Browse Patch's photo gallery of the glamour and glitz and upload your own pictures if you want to showcase your child, friend of student's big night out.