Sterling Heights High School

Sterling Heights High School (SHHS) is a high school located in Sterling Heights, Michigan, United States. It is among 3 high schools in the Warren Consolidated Schools (WCS) district. The existing principal is Craig Miller. The school’s main colors are black and gold. The school’s mascot is a stallion named Stanley. Sterling Heights Michigan Information. 


The school opened in 1971. Initially, as was WCS policy at the time, it served grades 10-12, while grades 7-9 were served by the junior high schools, however, since 1993 it has actually complied with the conventional American high school design and included 9th grade.


In 2015 Sterling Heights High School was one of 68 schools in Michigan to be given the silver medal designation by United States News and World Report.


The Marching Stallions is assembled from 5 bands of various musical levels: Cadet, Concert, Symphonic, Jazz, and Marching.