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2203 Wildner Road, Sebewaing, MI 48759

Central Office
  • (989) 883-2360
  • HS Office
  • (989) 883-2534
  • MS Office
  • (989) 883-3140
  • ElE Office
  • (989) 883-9147
  • National Honor Society

    Membership in the National Honor Society is one of the highest honors bestowed on a high school student. The NHS draws attention to the accomplishments of students who push beyond the average academic effort of students. The Society helps give practical meaning to the goals of scholarship, leadership, service and character.

    Our activities include: blood drives, paper recycling, Valentine's Day Flower Sale, tutoring of middle school students, VIP Buddies with elementary students in need of additional friendships, and bottle/can drives to raise food for other countries.

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    Spanish Club

    Preparing students for tomorrow's careers means providing a solid understanding of diverse cultures, and in particular foreign languages. Spanish has become a critical second language for those in America , and the USA Spanish Club has responded to this need by giving students a solid foundation of basic Spanish words and phrases and insight into Central and South American cultures. Student trips to Mexico round out the educational experience at USA.

    Student Council

    School spirit is the mission of the Student Council! We strive to make USA the best school for students by planning the Homecoming and Coming Home pep assemblies, Talent Shows, entertainment, games and other activities. If school spirit is high, the Student Council is probably the reason. 

    People Helping People

    As the name implies, People Helping People is all about students helping others. Started in 1996, approximately 80 PHP students meet every other week to plan upcoming activities, such as:

    • Hosts/guides for High School Open Houses
    • 30-Hour Famine w/World Vision to raise money for children without food
    • Support a needy child through Compassion International
    • Paint bridges to cover graffiti and improve neighborhoods during National Make a Difference Day 
    • Working with CAB (Community Asset Builders) to coordinate activities for area youth that foster positive choices and lifestyles
    • One-on-one contact with younger children during lunch (VIP Program)
    • Prepare and serve concessions at home sporting events
    • Roofsit - Delegates are sent to McDonald's Food and Family Center in Bad Axe to sit on the roof as a fundraiser for abused and neglected children
    • Christmas caroling at Medallion Village Retirement Facility in Sebewaing
    • Hand out free cookies and hot cocoa at local grocery stores for Make-A-Difference Day,
    • Rake and snow shovel to help elderly in the community
    • Donate money to needy individuals, organizations, select charities and school groups