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Career Technical Student Organizations

A Career Technical Student Organization (CTSO) is a student leadership organization that provides an excellent framework for developing leadership skills. Students will understand leadership and communication for personal development, communications and speaking to groups, development of managerial skills, leading individuals and groups, and career success to gain leadership positions both in their community and career.

Michigan Industrial & Technology Education Society



Adams High School- Mrs. Charlotte Morey
Rochester High School- Mr. Tim Lewis
Stoney Creek High School- Mrs. Lois Davis



Michigan DECA


Adams High School- Mr.  Vincent Lopicollo
Stoney Creek High School- Ms. Charlotte Oliver

Michigan Health Occupations of Students of America


Adams High School- Brenda Carlson
Rochester High School- Kristen Elsner
Stoney Creek High School- Mr. Anthony Lafferty

National Technical Honors Society



Rochester High School- Mrs. Lorie Hand



Click here to see the RCS Robotics Teams and their recent successes

Michigan Business Professionals of America

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Adams High School- Mr. Thomas Mavis
Rochester High School- Ms. Stephanie Shooks


Recent Events

MITES 2023- Rochester High School

At Rochester High School 14 students competed at the state level. Starting off with the seniors;  Benjamin Owczarek placed 4th in the state with his 3D Printed Engine and 3rd in the state with his segmented bowl, Chloe Nixon got an honorable mention with her bookshelf, Zachary Clements placed 10th in the state with his Cornhole set, Ronald Kuitula placed 1st in the state with his Goblet, Tyler Carrithers won 6th place in the state with his segmented bowl, and honorable mentions go to Charles Uzenski for his segmented bowl, Kaylie Smither with her baseball game, and Chloe Nixon with her bookshelf. Next for the Juniors; Brady O'Niel won 3rd place in the state with his baseball bat, Andrew Jeric won 7th place with his light saber, Richa Soni won 10th with their Rolling pin, and honorable mentions go to Andrew Jeric with his segmented bowl, Eran Laci with their Chessboard, and Marco Leyva with his Wolf sign. For the sophomores, Aidan Miceli won 2nd in the state with his resin bowl, and Diego Luna Garza won 7th in the state with his Bookshelf.

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MITES 2023- Adams

This year, 11th grader, Vittoria Vicsiglia won 1st place in the state for her Instructional Aid and 3rd place in the state for her bedroom model. 



Stoney Creek DECA 2023

Stoney Creek DECA is in their second year and its members are continuing to learn, grow, and excel well beyond the classroom. The DECA International Career Development Conference (ICDC) is the culmination of the DECA year. More than 20,000 high school students, teacher-advisors, business professionals and alumni gathered on April 21-April 26th in Orlando Florida for several days of DECA excitement and competition. DECA members demonstrate their college and career ready knowledge and skills by participating in DECA’s industry-validated Competitive Events Program, aligned with Career Clusters, National Curriculum Standards and 21st Century Skills in the areas of marketing, finance, hospitality, management and entrepreneurship. Three members of our SCHS DECA team were qualified to attend based on superior performance at our district and association level competitions: Lily Solek, Katie Knish, and Alyssa Ko. Three of our additional members: Jordan Goodvich, Ben Hollis, and Holly Malsbury, earned a spot in DECA’s Emerging Leader Series Thrive Academy because of their work this year on chapter campaigns, which helps them continue to build 21st Century Skills in the areas of collaboration and teamwork, communication, critical thinking and problem solving and creativity. We are incredibly proud of this team of dynamic and emerging business leaders from Stoney Creek High School. 

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