Sterling Heights High School was established in 1971.


Had grades 10-12 during the 1970's and 1980's, changed to grades 9-12 in 1992.


One of three high schools in the Warren Consolidated School District.


Sterling students generally live in Warren, Sterling Heights, and Troy with additional open enrollment.


Sterling's colors are black and gold with a Stallion mascot named Stanley.


Some of our students take classes at MMSTC, the Career Prep Center, and Cousino.


Sports teams at Sterling include:  football, basketball, soccer, baseball, tennis, track, volleyball, bowling, competitive cheer, swimming, wrestling, cross country, lacrosse and softball.


Clubs include Spanish Club and Boosters.


Organizations include Band, NHS, Leadership, Yearbook and Mentoring.


Student activities include the Talent Show and various plays.


The faculty is composed of teachers, teacher consultants, 4 counselors, a speech therapist, a social worker, a psychologist, clerical staff, security guards, culinary staff, and custodians.


Mr. Miller

Mrs. Roberts

Dr. Robert Shaner


Mr. Todd Biederwolf

Mr. Barry Chute

Mr. Merle Loche

Mr. William Gordon

Last Updated By Paxton Thomas, 3/2/15

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