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  • UCEC Fall Exam Schedule 

    December 8th, Friday

    2nd block 9:30-10:25

    3rd block 10:30-11:25

    4th block 11:30-12:25

    ONE LUNCH 12:30-1:15

    1st Block Review 1:20-4:00

     

    December 11-13, Monday ( 1st block exam), Tuesday ( 2nd block exam), Wednesday ( 3rd block exam) Schedules

    Exam 9:30-12:30

    ONE LUNCH 12:30-1:15

    Afternoon review 1:20-4:00

     

    December 14th, Thursday Schedule

    Exam ( 4th block exam) 9:30-12:30

    ONE LUNCH 12:30-1:15

    1st 1:20-2:10

    2nd 2:15-3:05

    3rd 3:10- 4:00

     

    December 15th, Friday

    EXAM MAKEUP DAY

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    Parent Information Night 11/16 & 1/11

    Parent Information Nights for Students interested in applying to Early College will take place November 16th, 2017 and January 11, 2018 from 5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.  The same information will be covered at both meetings.  More details will be posted soon about the application process for the 2018-2019 school year. 

     

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  • SPCC 8 week class end 10/10

    Refer to SPCC for details

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Featured Stories

  • UCEC students get their fashion fix at charitable fashion show

    On Nov. 28, nearly two dozen Union County Early College DECA students strutted down a runway wearing evening gowns, party dresses and tuxes. Some students danced down the runway -- to the delight of the audience -- while others struck their best dramatic poses.

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  • The Union County Early College High School Robotics Club completed in the Fall Union County Robotics Challenge

    The Union County Early College High School Robotics Club completed in the Fall Union County Robotics Challenge at the SPCC Tyson Family Center on Saturday, November 18. Thirty-seven teams from 10 area high schools participated.

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  • UCEC hosts the annual Angel Tree event

    On Friday, November 17th the salons at UCEC once again became the site of a favorite yearly tradition of early college - Angel Tree! Student Council hosted a holiday celebration for the Pre-K students from the nine Title I schools around the county. After being greeted by a variety of bears, elves, and Mrs. Claus, and singing a few holiday songs, the 165 four year-old children were treated to a puppet show that taught that even though we are all different, we can learn to get along and appreciate the diversity of others.

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