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  • The UCEC 2016 Prom - a Vintage Circus - was held Saturday, April 23rd at the Monroe Country Club and it was a huge success!! Jevon R. and Bonnie L. were crowned King and Queen of the Prom. Also crowned were Princesses Victoria B., Andreea P., Kacey R., Elexis R. and Hannah Z. 

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  • If you are a 9-11th grade student interested in spending a week in Washington, D.C. this summer at the Constitutional Academy to learn about government, civics, journalism, economics, public policy, or history, apply now. Applications are due by May 1, 2016. 

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  • The The Cyclone Volune 3, Issue 8 is hot of the presses. Check out the exciting new style; you'll love it!!

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  • Congratulations to the follwing students who were recognized as Students of the Month for February: Luis G., Martha M., Alec C., Jessica G., Shelby H., Cameron A., Jade F., Anthony J., Jebediah M., David V., Olivia R., and Ricky S. Keep up the good work!

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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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  • 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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  • Celebrating the Class of 2016

    In March, the entire school, parents, and invited guests attended a special assembly at UCEC. At this assembly, the Class of 2016 graduates were celebrated for their many accomplishments and achievements. Topping off last year’s record, the four-year total scholarship money earned by the Class of 2016 amounts to a whopping $4,123,215! Another record was made with the biggest graduating class in the school’s history, which consisted of seventy-nine students.

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