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Blue Ribbon13 of Warren Consolidated’s 24 schools have been awarded the Michigan Blue Ribbon Exemplary School Award.  Two are national blue ribbon schools.   A blue ribbon school is one that has achieved a high levels of all-around excellence.  A blue ribbon school district is one which is committed to giving students a high quality curriculum, extensive educational opportunities, and the best pathway to success in college or the workplace.

Our Blue Ribbon Award winning schools are: Cromie Elementary, Green Acres Elementary, Harwood Elementary, Jefferson Elementary, Pearl Lean Elementary, Siersma Elementary, Wilde Elementary, Wilkerson Elementary, Beer Middle School, Carter Middle School, Grissom Middle School, Cousino High School and Warren Mott High School. Green Acres and Cousino also went on to win National Blue Ribbon School recognition.

All Warren Consolidated Schools are accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and by the State of Michigan.  Both organizations have high accreditation standards.

Elementary SchoolsEleven traditional calendar schools. Two year-round calendar schools.
Single-teacher grade-level classrooms, computer lab, art room, music room, gym, café’

reading, writing, math, science, social studies, art, music, STEM, physical education, health, and computer technology
Grades K-2:
emphasis on fundamental language skills with development in math, science, social studies, art, music, physical education
Grades 3-5:
continued emphasis on language skills related to math, science and social studies.

Middle SchoolsFour traditional calendar schools plus magnet programs for middle school math, science and technology and middle school visual and performing arts – grades 6-8 in a six-period day – students change classrooms for academics, electives and magnet programs.


academic core – language arts/communications/reading, social studies, science, mathematics;other courses – phys. ed., health, engineering, STEM, Spanish, 21st Century Technology

intramural program for all grades; boys and girls basketball, boys football, girls volleyball, boys and girls track
Student Council, Ecology Club, extravaganza events

High SchoolsThree schools plus Career Prep Center, Community High School and the Macomb Math/Science Technology Center; grades 9-12 in a six-period day – students change classrooms for all core classes and electives.  Magnet programs offered in math, science, careers, performing arts and radio/TV


academic core – English, math, science, social studies; other courses – phys. ed., health, expressive arts, career pathways, electives; 23 advanced or advanced placement courses available; articulation agreements with six universities to grant college credit for certain high school courses; testing our/waiver policy in effect for prerequisite courses; dual enrollment and early college Macomb options available


Boys football, girls volleyball, boys and girls basketball, boys and girls swimming & diving, boys baseball, girls softball, boys and girls soccer, boys and girls track, cross country, boys and girls tennis, wrestling, golf. Club sponsored - hockey, bowling, dance/cheer team, lacrosse
Full band/music program including jazz band, leadership, yearbook, newspaper, foreign language, skiing, robotics, science Olympiad, math Olympiad

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