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  • Teans for Jeans

    The Leo Club will be collecting jeans and gently used clothing as part of their annual Teans for Jeans collection drive that will take place February 12 - 23.  Students may dontate items in the bins located in the main lobby before school each day.  No undergarments please!


     

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  • Bell Schedule for Early Release Days and Two-Hour Delay

    Parents and students can view the modified bell schedule for both early release days and for a 2-hour delay by clicking here.  Early release days for the spring semester will be February 7 and March 7.


     

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  • 2018 Project Prom

    The Waxhaw Woman's Club will sponsor 2018 Project Prom on Saturday, March 10th from 11 am - 6 pm at the Woman's Club, 200 East South Main Street, Waxhaw, NC.  High school girls are invited to come "shop" their selection of dresses, shoes, and accessories - all items are free of charge!  No prior registration is necessary so interested students can just show up on March 10th!  Call 919-815-7195 with questions.  Download flyer here.


     

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  • ACT Blitz

    Piedmont will be sponsoring an ACT Blitz on Saturday, February 24 from 8:30 - 12:00 to prepare our juniors for the ACT, which will be administered on Tuesday, February 27. Registration is limited to the first 90 students to sign up. The form to register is available here:https://goo.gl/7y4531


     

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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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  • 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

  • NAHS Has a Heart for Levine Children's Hospital

    Piedmont Alumni Josh and Nikki Baucom, along with the National Art Honor Society, collected donations for Levine Children’s Hospital for Congenital Heart Defects Awareness Week in honor of Hunter Baucom and Evan Drake. Levine Children's Hospital does a fantastic job of making a family’s hospital experience the absolute best it can be, and many people know someone who has been blessed by their services. Art students brought in items that will be given to children and families in the hospital.

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  • Winter Track Team Breaks Records at State Meet

    Congratulations to Piedmont's winter track team for their performance at the NCHSAA State Track Meet on February 10-11. The following school records were broken: Girls 4x800m Relay: Kaitlyn Szymanski, Katie Verrill, Carly Szymanski and Jaeden Phelix; Boys 4x800m Relay: John Ciprich, Nathan Griffin, Matthew Cameron, and Chandler James; Boys 1600m Run: John Ciprich; Boys 3200m Run: John Ciprich; and Girls 1000m Run: Katie Verrill. In addition, Michael Rodriguez was named All State for the shot put and Katie Verrill was also named to the All State Team in the 1000m run!

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  • Wrestlers are State Champions...AGAIN!

    The Piedmont High School Panther wrestling team won their second consecutive Dual Team State Championship in dominating fashion over Orange High School in a rematch of last year's State final. After dropping the opening two bouts, the Panthers stormed ahead with seven consecutive victories before Kylan Thomas sealed the victory for the Panthers with a third period pin fall at 152 lbs. Luis Oropesa started the Panther train with a 9-6 victory at the heavyweight division. Oropesa's win was followed by victories from Tripp Collins, Bailey Wicker, Nate Huntley, AJ Gilvary, Colby Funderburk, and Mason Fisher. Luis Oropesa was recognized as the Most Outstanding Wrestler of the State Finals for his performance on Saturday. Panther starters Matt Price, Troy Hagin, Ben Austin, Matt Coble, James Price, Travis Murphy, and Ryan Barbee were also key to the Panthers' run in the State playoffs. The Panthers will now turn their attention to Individual Regionals and States to be held over the next two weeks.

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  • Like Father, Like Son...Only Better!

    Hunter Tyson became the all-time leading scorer in Union County boys basketball history in a 80-72 victory over Parkwood on Tuesday, January 30. Tyson, who scored a game high 42 points, surpassed Sun Valley’s Shaun Stewart (1980 points) to set the new record. In addition to breaking the record, Tyson also eclipsed the 2,000 point mark and currently checks in with 2,011 points in his career. Earlier this season, Hunter Tyson moved to 6th all-time in Union County boys basketball history, scoring the 1,651st point of his career. While this would be a special moment for any player, it was especially significant for the Tyson family as Hunter surpassed his father, principal Dr. Jonathan Tyson, who was previously #6 on the scoring list. Hunter will continue his basketball career next year as a Clemson Tiger!

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  • Maggie Thomas Selected for Union Power Cooperative Youth Tour

    Congratulations to Maggie Thomas, who was one of three Union County students selected to participate in the Union Power Cooperative Youth Tour this summer. Maggie will join over 17,000 other delegates from across the country on June 5-9 in Washington, D.C. During the Youth Tour, students will learn how electric coops were organized and how they bring power to the nation. In addition, she will have the opportunity to meet with North Carolina legislators and tour the many monuments and sights of Washington, D.C.

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