Announcements

  • Free SAT/ACT Test Prep

    Huntington Learning Center is partnering with UCPS again this year to offer free test prep for the ACT and SAT for juniors.  The next session will be Saturday, November 17 from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm at CATA in Monroe.  Interested students can download the complete test prep schedule and registration information here.  


     

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  • Driver Education Exam Dates

    The next driver education eye exam is scheduled for Monday, October 22 at 3:30 in the Media Center.  Students must check their Canvas course to be sure they have all required documents for both the eye exam and the final exam.   


     

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  • Early Release Days for 2018-2019

    UCPS will have early release days on October 23, December 4, February 7, and March 7.  Students at Piedmont will be released at 12:15 on these days.  Parents and students can view the bell schedule here


     

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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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Upcoming Events

Featured Stories

  • Shakespearean fights come to life

    Reading Shakespeare in class can come across as boring to most students, but on Saturday night, October 13th, select Piedmont High School students visited downtown Charlotte to see [They Fight], a rollicking selection of fight scenes from eight different Shakespeare plays at the Duke Energy Theater. The students engaged with the actors as they sat on the front row, almost in the middle of the action. As the play switched back and forth from comedy to drama, they saw how the audience would interact with the actors, just as they would have in Shakespeare’s time.

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  • ROTC participates in leadership camp

    Students from the Piedmont High School Air Force Junior ROTC unit successfully completed the Piedmont Challenge Summer Leadership Camp in Lenoir, NC. The camp included five days of leadership exercises, drill, archery, orienteering, water safety, and athletics. The students hosted the event attended by eight other schools from North Carolina and Virginia. ROTC students coordinated the schedule of activities, developed a chain of command, selected their leaders from attending schools, split the cadets into flights, and then conducted the camp.

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  • Football team is recipient of Carolina Panthers Meal Grant

    The Carolina Panthers and Gatorade teamed up to sponsor the Carolina Panthers High School Meal Grant program that provided eight (8) $1000 meal grants to local high schools. After being chosen as a recipient, our Panther football team enjoyed a meal from Salsaritas and a motivational presentation from former Carolina Panther Michael Scurlock Jr.

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