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Collins students find "love" using tiny robots
Students use Ozobots to solve mazes
Kindergarten 2017 roundup set for March 15
Parents of incoming kindergarten kindergarten students can learn about program
Ike, Stevenson present choir concerts
Join us Wednesday for our Fall Choir Concerts
Powerderpuff game will benefit student scholarships
Dollars for Scholars provides opportunities for UCS graduates
More than 400 UCS students named Advanced Placement scholars
College Board honors UCS students

From The Principal

Welcome Back to School for the 2017-18 school year! We are very excited to get this year started. We have been working hard and look forward to a great year ahead of us.

The staff and I would like to thank our families for a great start to the year.  Our students are working hard, learning, laughing and playing.  

I believe that together we can provide educational experiences that allow all of our students to achieve to their greatest potential. The Collins Staff will continue to provide rigorous academic standards and focus on raising student achievement. We will work together with families to foster the relationships that connect school and home. We thank you in advance for your partnership in this most important investment, our children, who are our future.

Our Mission

With the support of the community, the mission of Bruce Collins Elementary is to foster a caring and enriching environment that enables all students to grow academically and socially to reach their individual potential as they become lifelong learners.

MSTEP and MIAccess

This Spring our students in grades 3rd- 6th will be taking part in MSTEP & MIAccess Michigan State Assessments. Specific information and testing dates will be coming home from individual grade levels. It is very important that students will be in school on these days. Please make

every effort to have them here. Thank You!

Utica Community Schools is Michigan's second largest school district.   

Student achievement in the district outpaces all county, state and national averages. The district's graduation rate is 12 points higher than the state average and students and staff are regularly honored for excellence.

For more information on Utica Community Schools, please visit this link