POINTS OF PRIDE
- National Blue Ribbon School 1999-2000
- Television Broadcasting Magnet Program WCS/TV
- Radio Broadcasting Magnet Program WPHS/89.1
- Cognitively Impaired Program Macomb magnet
- MAC Championship Football
- MAC Championship Boy’s Tennis
- MAC Championship Girl’s Tennis
- MAC Championship Golf
- MAC Championship Warren-Sterling United Hockey
- Football Champions/Undefeated 2007 Regular Season
- Cousino Band First Division ratings
- American Mathematics Competition scoring in top 1%
- Community Involvement: Wigs 4 Kids, Red Cross Blood Drive, Walk America, Canned Food Drive, and Pigskin Poets
WARREN CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL DISTRICT
Proud of its tradition of academic excellence since 1962, Cousino High School stands poised to enter the twenty-first century confident that each of its graduates will be fully prepared to participate in the global economy. Cousino is a public, co-education, comprehensive four-year high school accredited through the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools as well as the State of Michigan.
Paul K. Cousino High School enrolls approximately 1,558 students.
Warren is an industrial suburb bordering Detroit and is set amid the “Big Three” auto industry. Cousino’s proximity to the GM Technical Center, the world’s largest auto research institute, and the satellite automotive and technical business nearby has focused the attention of the community on academic achievement, technological proficiency and career preparation.
Warren Consolidated Schools is the eleventh largest district in Michigan with approximately 13,031 students. Cousino is one of three high schools within the Warren Consolidated District.
The Cousino High School attendance area encompasses part of Warren and Sterling Heights, within Macomb County. Our students, largely children of second and third generation European, Asian, and Middle Eastern immigrants, seek affordable housing, excellent schools and career opportunities in automotive and technological professions. The Cousino High School population mimics the Macomb County trend of showing significant growth in ethnic diversity.
Because of the diversity of its programs, Cousino has won a reputation for innovative instruction and well-prepared graduates in both academic and vocational education. Students may choose programs from district created and managed magnet schools as well as specialized programs at Cousino.
→ Our CAREER PREPARATION CENTER, the largest of these magnet schools, provides eighteen specialized and technical programs for juniors and seniors, ranging from culinary arts to computer information systems.
→ The MACOMB MATHEMATICS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY CENTER (MMSTC), includes both the MMSTC High School and Middle School. MMSTC is a consortium of ten school districts, offers an interdisciplinary, accelerated program of studies involving students in collaborative projects that prepare students for careers in science and mathematics.
→ The WARREN CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL OF PERFORMING ARTS focuses on performance production through acting, dancing, set design and construction.