Probe College Fair at UGHS
Monday, September 26th from 6-8pm in the Commons. Visit the Counseling Office Website to pre-register for the Probe College Fair
Class of 2017-Senior Formal Yearbook Portraits
Senior formal portraits will be taken in room 408 on Sept. 27th. Formal tux/drape photos only. Seniors will not be able to choose their pose or have casuals done.
Picture retakes will be in the gym on Thursday, September 29th. These are the scenarios when students can come to retakes:
The media center is open daily at 7:50 am- 3:40 pm for students. No passes are needed before or after school. The media center is also available 24/7 online via the UGHS Website. Students are encouraged to visit the Media Center Webpage for information about print and online academic resources. In addition, the media center has FREE eBooks for students to check out on their electronic devices. Click here for the Media Center September News...
Aug. 22-Dec.16: $85
Jan. 2-book arrival (May): $90Students may purchase yearbooks in rm 408 during IF/lunch or online www.ybpay.lifetouch.com
Congratulations to Caroline Coltharp, Gabby Dunlap and Kaylie Smith. These girls are leaders in the classroom, school and among their teammates.
Mrs. Connelly was recognized by Georgia Lottery as Teacher of the Month for being the Most Positive Special Needs Coach for her continuous and tireless dedication to her "Gladiator" special needs football and cheer program.
UGHS student Alexis O’Neal participated in the International competition for HOSA (Future Health Professionals) in Tennessee. She won first place in her division with her writing beating over 300 other students. She was awarded the first place medal by the National HOSA Executive Council.
UGHS made the Washington Post Most Challenging High School list again this year!
UGHS recognized as a 2015 AP Merit, AP Honor, AP STEM and AP STEM Achievement School.
The SkillsUSA chapter at Union Grove High School was recently named among the top 24 SkillsUSA chapters nationally as a “Model of Excellence” recipient.
Congratulations to Ms. Angie Keiser, UGHS Healthcare Science teacher for achieving state recognition. According to the Georgia Department of Education, when a program becomes industry certified, it receives a “stamp of excellence” which represents the apex of program quality.
Congratulations to the Union Grove CTAE Department for preparing our students with academics and career ready skills!