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Union High School

Welcome to Union High School!

Senior Principal Tony Tempest
Junior Principal John Chargois

Director of Student Life  Marla Robinson

Union High School
6636 S. Mingo Road
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74133-3247

Office Hours:
7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
School Hours:
Monday-Thursday: 8:20 a.m. - 3:20 p.m.
Friday: 8:45 a.m. - 3:20 p.m.

Attendance Numbers - Please use one of these direct lines to call for students, whose last name begins with ...
12th Grade
     A-K 918-357-7212
     L-Z 918-357-7283
11th Grade
A-K 918-357-6330
L-Z 918-357-7207
10th Grade
A-K 918-357-7211
L-Z 918-357-7145
For all other inquiries, call 918-357-4323. Use of the main number may cause a delay in response time.

Fax Numbers: 
Registrar: 918-357-7210 / Activities: 918-357-7100 / Attendance: 918-357-7112 
College and Career Advisors / Contact School Nurse

12th Grade
Assistant Principal Briane Grass 
Assistant Principal Clayton Hucke
Assistant Principal Amy McCready
School Counselors
A-K Debbie Weber
L-Z Megan Kennedy
11th Grade

Assistant Principal Jennifer Beer
Administrative Intern Bob Buck
School Counselors

A-K Amanda Stuckey
L-Z Katherine Partridge
10th Grade

Administrative Intern Meghan Bender
Assistant Principal Joshua Robinson
School Counselors
A-K Donna Castle
L-Z Jennifer Walters

Union Schools 918-505-9802


High School students need volunteer opportunities?  Text @volunteeru  to 81010.

Union High School News

  • View our update to Union's Strategic Plan


    We are pleased to present to you this update of the Union Public Schools 2014-2018 strategic plan. The following accomplishments are the direct result of many dedicated staff members, the Board of Education, parents, and members of the community working toward a common goal of 100 percent graduation, college and/or career ready. These accomplishments validate our never-ending pursuit of excellence and our belief in the district’s motto that, “Together We Make a Difference.” continue reading

  • Native American students invited to ACT prep class May 26


    Native American high school students have an opportunity to take part in the ACT prep class this Thursday, May 26. This class will help prepare your student in taking the ACT. It will be held at the High School in lecture room 1708 beginning at 10 a.m. and lasting for approximately 2 and a half hours. The class is of no cost to the student. continue reading

  • Worth more than $1 mlillion


    Thanks to the Union Girls Soccer Team State Championship win this month, all three of Superintendent Dr. Kirt Hartzler's kids have been on state championship teams. This is a fact that he is thrilled about; in his words it's "worth more than a million dollars." continue reading

  • Three Union students place at Mayfest


    Three Union students place at Mayfest: first grader Trinity Lehman of Rosa Parks, and two students at Union High School. continue reading

  • Thanks for the memories


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  • Message from the Superintendent


    As we prepare to close out the year, I want to update you on where we stand with Union’s budget for the 2016-17 school year. We still have no idea what the state’s common education budget will be.  We are certain there will be a cut, so our Board of Education has approved a reduction to our budget of five percent. This equates to around a 5.2-million-dollar cut to Union Public Schools for next year. continue reading

  • High School yearbook distribution set July 25-26


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  • Baseball Tryouts Today & Tomorrow!


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  • Union football in the Tulsa World


    For the second straight year, Class 6AI power Union goes into the spring with the starting quarterback position up for grabs. continue reading

  • Redskins for Life: Class of 2016


    2016 Union Graduate Kolbi Jordan lends her voice to the Union Schools commencement ceremony for the singing of our National Anthem. This year's event was held in the Mabee Center on the campus of ORU in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on Wednesday, May 11, 2016.

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