Wednesday, May 24 : Hours 5 & 6 Thursday, May 25: Hours 3 & 4 Friday, May 26: Hours 1 & 2
Senior Text Book Return 5/22 & 5/23
2023 Graduation Information
When: Saturday, June 3, 3:00 PM Graduates report between 2:00 PM & 2:15 PM Where: Macomb Community College Sports & Expo Center 14500 Twelve Mile Rd, Warren, MI 48088 Parking:Use lots 7,8,11, & 12. The Expo Center is Building P Livestream:https://www.youtube.com/live/Zi0fnui4BJ0?feature=share
May 24 - Honors Convocation at the PAC, Sterling Heights High School 6:30 PM May 30 - Prom at Cherry Creek June 1 - Cap and Gown Pick-up in the Annex 12:30 PM June 2 - Clap Out June 3 - Graduation at Macomb Community College 3:00 PM
Congratulations to the Warren Mott High School Macomb County All Academic Honorees
A 3.90 student at Warren Mott, he earned a 1480 on the SAT. Future plans include attending the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor to major in aerospace engineering. Denis has been involved in Warren Mott tutoring. Honors received include Warren Mott Marching Band section leader (2020-22). First place physics MMSTC Science Fair (2023) and Macomb Area Conference All Singles Team Honorable Mention (2021). He said, “My older brother, Dinko Imsirovic, has been a massive role model for me as I have gone through high school. After he graduated from U of M in 2020, he has been able to give me valuable advice on studying, work ethic and having a balanced life with school and activities.”
A 3.971 student at Warren Mott, he earned a 1500 on the SAT. Future plans include attending the University of Michigan to major in engineering and project managment. Nathan has been involved with robotics, reading books to elementary school kids and Elementary School STEM Outreach. Honors received include Robotics captain,Warren Mott High School swim and Dive captain, third place at the Detroit Science Fair in Physics and Astronomy. He said Michael May, Interdisciplinary Studies Teacher and Robotics Coach has been the most influential in his academic career. “In short, whenever I thought I could do something, when I was on the edge of wanting to quit school and all my activities, Mr. May was always there telling me that everything I am doing now is why I am important to others and to the future. He inspired me to keep going.”
A 3.971 student at Warren Mott, he earned a 1460 on the SAT. Future plans include attending the University of Michigan to major in mechanical engineering. Imtiaz has been involved with outreach events with the robotics team and tutoring underclassmen. Honors received include Catch scholarship nominee (Warren Mott/MMSTC), Quality Award at Macomb Districts (FRC Robotics), academic letter. He said, Joseph Stonchus, cross country coach, has been the most influential in his academic career. “He has helped me grow as a person and as a leader over my years in cross country.”
A 4.0 student at Warren Mott, he earned a 1530 on the SAT. Future plans include attending the University of Michigan to major in architecture. David has been involved as National Honor Society treasurer, outreach through the robotics team and tutoring. Honors received include Academic letter, Stockholm Junior water prize first place in state, quality award at robotic district competition (team award)., academic letter. He said, “Mr. Mike May, my IDS teacher is constantly warm and always is someone I can go to whenever I am feeling stressed or down. He also helped me to see my future in a positive light and not to be worried, but rather excited.”
Macomb County Green Schools
On Wednesday, April 19, Warren Mott was recognized as an Evergreen School by the Macomb County Green Schools Committee. Evergreen is the highest distinction awarded by the committee. In addition, Warren Mott received recognition for the best visual representation for our Green Schools application. Thank you to students and staff who participated in activities which help students learn about preserving natural resources, protecting the environment, and to promote energy efficiency and savings. Congratulations Marauders!
Courtesy Driving School
We are pleased to announce that Courtesy Driving School will be offering their Segment 1 and Segment 2 classes at Mott High school again starting in March! You can register for their classes at https://www.courtesydrivingschool.com/locations.html. The winter and spring sessions are now posted and open for enrollment. You can contact Courtesy Driving School at (800) 256-9559 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Exam exemptions will be available for second semester exams to students who meet the following criteria:
Minimum 77% grade overall and must pass Q3 & Q4.
No more than five tardies in the course the course for semester 2.
No attendance codes of "SUS" or "IHS" in semester 2.
*More information will be provided near the end of the semester.
If your child has a laptop, but it is not working correctly, please call the following number: 586-782-6999
Reminder, please use the back parking lot to pickup and drop off your child at school. The front circle drive is for busses and walkers. The front lot is becoming very congested in the morning. The rear lot is much smoother for drop offs.