At Risk: This program provides in-school assistance for students with poor or failing grades and are academically "at risk." This opportunity for grade improvement helps prevent possible dropouts.
Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID), is a college readiness system designed to increase schoolwide learning and performance. The AVID College Readiness System (ACRS) accelerates student learning, uses research based methods of effective instruction, provides meaningful and motivational professional learning, and promotes reform and change for those who otherwise might not consider college.
Cadet Teaching: Students use study halls to work with North Side Elementary students and classes.
Community Service: This program gives back to the community. Past and continuing programs: canned food drives, clearing brush, collecting coats for kids, blood drives, Senior Citizen Center visits, etc. Through this program, a downtown park has been established on the site of a burned-out building.
DECA: Two businesses operated by Senior Marketing students are the TeePee (school store) and Apache Design, a screen-printing business. They give practical experience and are run as profit-making enterprises. Proceeds are used to pay trip costs and for program materials. Senior students may work part-time in local businesses.
FFA: This program promotes agricultural careers in and out of the classroom. Our 4H programs are an integral part of FFA.
2013-14 UCCHS COURSE GUIDE
Click the link below for the 13-14 master class schedule for Union City Jr.-Sr. HS.
13-14 Master Class Schedule
Click the link below for the 13-14 daily schedule for Union City Jr.-Sr. HS.
13-14 Daily Schedule
--Engage students and keep them engaged
--Prepare students for life beyond HS
--Open lines of communication between students, faculty, and parents
We believe that students will become producers of knowledge instead of consumers of knowledge and become pilots of their learning not just passengers along for the ride.” Research shows that the 1:1 initiative “levels the playing field” for all students, regardless of any families’ economic situation.
--Creates 21st Century Learners
--Demands collaboration between students & students and students & teachers
--Promotes student engagement
--Reduces textbooks and worksheets
--Guides students in the production of knowledge
--Opens opportunities for education at all levels in our community.
--Allows access to current information and a means to manipulate information in ways that connect it in meaningful ways
--Increases enthusiasm due to the ability to use the web and other technological sites
--Promotes student pride through creative opportunities as opposed to textbook and worksheet assignments
--Improves students’ ability to self-assess and set learning goals
--Increases interactive possibilities with teachers and other students
Saturday, March 1st - Jr. HS Wrestling County Tourney at Winchester 8:30.
|2014 Boys Basketball Sectional|
|1||Tues.||Mar. 4||Union vs. Randolph Southern||6:00 PM|
|2||Tues.||Mar. 4||Tri High vs. Blue River||7:30 PM|
|3||Fri.||Mar. 7||Union City vs. Game 1 Winner||6:00 PM|
|4||Fri.||Mar. 7||Seton Catholic vs. Game 2 Winner||7:30 PM|
|5||Sat.||Mar. 8||Game 3 vs. Game 4 Winners||7:00 PM|
|All Games Will Be Played At Blue River|
Mr. Aaron Black, UC Jr. Sr. HS Athletic Director, and Mrs. Sarah Hines, UC Jr. Sr. HS Asst. Athletic Director have published information about UC Sports Schedules on a website recommended by the Indiana HS Athletic Association. It contains an athletic calendar for each sport and other UCJSHS athletic info as well. Click on the following link: http://www.ihigh.com/ucindians/