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Marine City HighSchool
1085 Ward Street
Marine City, Michigan 48039
Phone number: 810-676-1900
Fax number: 810-676-1925
Attendance: 810-676-1926

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Annual Education Report

23, Mar 2017

Disney Business

Marine City High School business students attended a teamwork seminar at Epcot, the Keys to the Kingdom backstage tour at Magic Kingdom, and we wrapped up the trip with two graduates, Joey Carrier and Lauren Brown, speaking to the students about their experiences with the Disney college program and what it is like to be employed by Disney while working towards their degrees.



All current sophomores and juniors are invited to participate in Challenge4theFuture this summer.  Challenge4theFuture is an exciting new opportunity in which teams of students from across St. Clair County will collaborate with a business over ten days to develop solutions to a challenge the business faces.  Students will gain work experience, learn innovation techniques, develop 21st Century Skills, and make new friends while learning about potential career opportunities.

At the end of the ten days, each team will present their best idea, competing for scholarship awards.  Each member of the winning team will be awarded at least $1,000 to help pay for post-high school education.

To learn more about this amazing opportunity and to apply, visit the website Hurry! Applications are due March 31, 2017. If you have additional questions, please email Tami Sly at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Program Dates:
June 26-30, July 5-7, & July 10-11, 2017

Student FAQ Sheet:


Please click the link below to view the course description guide for Marine City High School 2017-18.

28, Sep 2016

M-Step Results

Dear Parent(s),

The results of your child's performance on last spring's M-STEP, Michigan's statewide assessment are coming home with your child this week.

The M-STEP assessment that your child took last year was more challenging than the assessment they took the previous year. The assessment your child took in the spring of 2016 contained computer adaptive questions, which means that the better they did the harder the questions became or vice versa.

If the scores on your student's report is not what you  are used to have previously seen, please understand that the first time any of us do anything new it sets a baseline for improvement. I'm confident that as your student has more exposure to the new State standards, practice with them and we all get used to taking adaptive assessments online, results will improve.

Please trust that now that we have the results, East China administrators and teachers will be working together to identify areas in which we can improve so that over time, each student or graduate will be better prepared to succeed in the next grade level and after high school, in college or post-secondary training, a career, and life. We take this idea of post-secondary success very seriously as evidenced by our position in the county as a leader in the percentage of graduates attending two- and four-year colleges and training programs.

But, as you are probably aware, competition for those post-secondary opportunities are becoming more competitive every year. To that end, we welcome Michigan's commitment to higher standards and more rigorous tests that prepare our students to not just compete for opportunities but secure them.

Thank you for allowing the East China School District to be a part of your child's education.




Steven C. Skalka

20, Sep 2016


Breakfast Offered at All Buildings Daily

Elementary Schools have breakfast in the classroom.  
Breakfast is delivered to each classroom every morning. The students wishing to have breakfast order the breakfast the day before.

MCMS, MCHS and Riverview East High School:
Breakfast is served in the cafeteria at 7:00 A.M.                                         

St. Clair Middle School:
Breakfast is served at 8:00 A.M. in the cafeteria

St. Clair High School:
Breakfast is served in the cafeteria at 7:00 A.M.




Paid Breakfast $1.25 - Reduced Breakfast $0.30 - Free Breakfast

              If you qualify for free and reduced price meals, you also qualify for the breakfast program

13, Sep 2016

Parchment Access

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Beginning in spring 2016, all Michigan high school juniors will take the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) as part of the required state assessments. ACT will no longer be required. Please find some informational material below.



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