Announcements

  • The Cyclone, May edition is ready! See what we've been doing at UCEC! 

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  • 2015-16 Yearbook are now available! If you ordered a yearbook but didn't pick it up yesterday at the signing party, see Mrs. Bell. There are a few extra books to purchase on a first come, first served basis-see Mrs. Bell as soon as possible!

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  • Congratulations to the follwing students who were recognized as Students of the Month-April; Congratulations to Paola P., Kristal A., Courtney M., Tangerae S., Averi R., Sarah S., Gaby A., Alexandra U., Natalie H., Abby G., Emily C., and Kayla G. See why the were chosen.

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  • The next Driver's Education class starts in March; you must register and pay for the class before it starts; Register now!

     

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Featured Stories

  • Glee Tonality Competition

    On Friday, Tonality, the UCEC Glee Club, competed in the 2016 NC High School A Cappella presented by Liquid 5th. Tonality finished 2nd to Northwood High School's Pitch Please. Justine Gimenez, a UCEC Junior, received the Best Vocal Percussion Award. Also performing were the UCEC SuperSeniors, who performed an exhibition set, along with the University of Florida's No Southern Accent and the UNCC's Finer Forty-Niners.

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  • UCEC Senior Invited to The Nest!

    Fernando Bonilla, a senior here at UCEC, has the privilege of being accepted to John’s Hopkins University. Along with it comes a full-ride scholarship, giving him the opportunity to attend the University in Maryland, tuition-free, with his textbooks, room and board, and ancillary expenses also paid for. John’s Hopkins routinely receives over 24,000 applications for admittance, and out of those only 3,200 are admitted. So, this is a big honor for both Fernando and UCEC, they definitely see his potential.

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  • Sad to See You Go!

    UCEC is deeply saddened to hear that Mrs. Diana Gagne is no longer going to be the college liasion at our school. After four years, Mrs. Gagne was used to being badgered by students who are constantly wanting to change their schedules, and dealing with the many textbooks that come her way. Even though it looked stressful to be the college liaison, Mrs. Gagne always managed to finish every task with a smile. She did her job like nobody else could.

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