About Dr Christine Johns Superintendent

Throughout her career as a superintendent of schools with Utica Community Schools in Macomb County, Michigan, Dr. Christine Johns has established herself as a dedicated and highly capable educational administrator. She developed a college culture that is focused on promoting successful post-secondary experiences for UCS students. The program is designed to engage students and parents in the process of planning for their futures. In addition to offering a number of top-tier Advanced Placement and specialty STEM programs, Utica Community Schools has forged partnerships with community organizations such as the University of Michigan-Flint. In recognition of her accomplishments, Dr. Christine Johns was named a Tech Savvy Superintendent of the Year by eSchool News.

Before taking up her current responsibilities, Dr. Christine Johns spent several years as a deputy superintendent for curriculum and instruction with Baltimore County Public Schools. She also held leadership positions with Prince George’s County Public Schools and the Pasadena Unified School District. She holds a doctor of education and master of education in educational administration from Harvard University.

Work History

Work History
May 2006 - Present

Superintendent of Schools

Utica Community Schools