Announcements

  • Winter Break 

    Students and staff will be on Winter Break from December 18 - January 2, 2018.  All offices at Piedmont High School will be closed during Winter Break.


     

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  • Miss Piedmont Youth Pageant Scheduled

    The Miss Piedmont Youth Pageant will be held on Saturday, February 10, 2018 at 3:00 pm in the Piedmont High auditorium.  There will also be Tiny Miss, Little Miss, Young Miss, Junior Miss, and Teen Miss Divisions.  Entry fee is $60 and the deadline to enter is January 11, 2018.  Download the information packet and entry instructions here.  Questions can be directed to Laura Gardner: laura.gardner@ucps.k12.nc.us.


     

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  • Free ACT & SAT Review Sessions

    Huntington Learning Center is partnering with UCPS to provide our students with test taking tips and tricks for the ACT and SAT.  The next free review session is scheduled for Saturday, February 17 from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm at Weddington High School, and ACT will be the focus.  To register for any session, click here. To download the complete free review session schedule, click here.


     

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  • Residency Requirement for NC Public Colleges

    Seniors who are applying to North Carolina public colleges must complete the Residency Determination Service (RDS) form located at www.ncresidency.org in order to be eligibe for in-state tuition.  


     

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  • Got the UCPS Mobile App?

    Get directions by clicking here on how to install the UCPS Mobile App to your phone so you can stay up to date on all the happenings at Piedmont and in UCPS. 


     

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Featured Stories

  • Interclub Council Food Drive a Success

    Many thanks to everyone who donated canned foods as part of the Interclub Council food drive. In total, Piedmont collected over 1000 pounds of food to benefit local food banks. The Interclub Council is comprised of leaders from all clubs at Piedmont with the mission of working together on various schoolwide community service projects.

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  • National Art Honor Society Sponsors Gingerbread House Competition

    The National Art Honor Society sponsored the third annual Gingerbread House competition, where students used their artistic talents to design a gingerbread house that was completely edible! This year, there were 30 entries displayed in the Media Center and the winners were: 1st Place - Shea Griffin; 2nd Place - Alex Smith & Destiny Sarno; and 3rd Place - Anna Medlin.

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  • PALS Sponsors Senior Citizen Holiday Breakfast

    Members of the community participated in the annual Senior Citizen Holiday Breakfast on December 12 that was organized by Piedmont Athletic Leadership Students (PALS). Senior citizens enjoyed a presentation by the ROTC, a special performance from the Transition to Adulthood class, and festive music by the local gospel group, The Boys.

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  • Cyber Crime Technology Instructor Presents to Programming Students

    Oscar Gonzales, Cyber Crime Technology Program Lead with South Piedmont Community College, presented to computer programming students about the many job opportunities available in the field cyber crimes. As part of Computer Science Education Week, Mr. Gonzales shared with students the types of crimes being committed using digital devices such as cyberbullying, credit card fraud, email phishing/spam, and hacking. In the United States, there are currently 209,000 unfilled jobs in the field of cyber security, and high school students who are interested should go to the National Security Administration website and click on "Students" to view the internship, scholarship, and job opportunities available.

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  • Students of the Month Announced

    Congratulations to Cameron J. Baucom, who was selected as the Student of the Month, and Cameron Watts, who is the Student on a Roll!

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