Waterford Mott High School
|Waterford Mott High School|
|1151 Scott Lake Road
Waterford, Michigan 48328
|School district||Waterford School District|
|Color(s)||Dark Blue and Light Blue|
|Athletics conference||Kensington Lakes Activities Association|
|Rival||Waterford Kettering High School|
Waterford Mott High School is a public high school in the Waterford School District located in Waterford, Michigan. The official name of the high school is Charles S. Mott High School, named for the automotive industry pioneer.
About the school
Waterford Mott High School opened in 1969, with the first graduating class in June, 1970.
In the fall of 1990, ninth graders joined the Mott student body.
As of the 2015-2016 school year, its enrollment was 1,651 students in grades nine through twelve.
Students are offered a variety of classes in all four core areas as well as art, business, computer science, engineering, foreign language, health occupations, music, physical education, technology, theater, and video production.
Waterford Mott hosts a variety of clubs and programs including: the Anti-Defamation League, Bible Club, Board Game Club, Chess Club, DECA Marketing Club, Destination Imagination, Drama Club, International Thespian Society (ITS), Gay/Straight Alliance, Hazards of Tobacco (HOT), Link Crew, National Art Honor Society, National Honor Society (NHS), Positive Peer Influence (PPI), Quiz Bowl, Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD), Student Council, Student Leadership, Robotics, and Freestyle Walking.
Waterford Mott also offers thirty-two different sports to both boys and girls students. The Corsairs compete in the Kensington Lakes Activities Association and are members of the Michigan High School Athletic Association.
- Todd Alsup (1996), pianist, singer-songwriter
- Mary Barra (1980), CEO, General Motors
- Dylan Larkin, 2014 Detroit Red Wings first round draft pick
- Kristopher Pooley (1994), rock musician, music director
- Jean (Racine) Prahm (1996), U.S. Olympic bobsledder
- Brett Reed (1990), men's basketball head coach, Lehigh University
- Andy Thorn (2000), former NFL player