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Union High School

 

Welcome to Union High School!

Senior Principal Marla Robinson
Junior Principal Tony Tempest
Sophomore Principal  John Chargois

Associate Director of Student Life
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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. - 3:21 p.m.
Friday: 8:45 a.m. - 3:21 p.m.

Attendance Numbers 

Please use one of these direct lines to call for students, whose last name begins with ...
12th Grade
     
A-K 918-357-7211
     
L-Z 918-357-7145
11th Grade
     
A-K 918-357-7212
     
L-Z 918-357-6330
10th Grade
     A-K 918-357-7283
     L-Z 918-357-7207
... 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

Contacts

12th Grade
Assistant Principal Meghan Bender A-K
Assistant Principal Joshua Robinson L-Z
Assistant Principal Amy McCready

School Counselors
A-K Deanna Hadden
L-Z Jennifer Walters
11th Grade
Assistant Principal Briane Grass A-K
Assistant Principal Clayton Hucke L-Z

School Counselors
A-F Debbie Weber
G-N Casey Machado
O-Z Nicole Cabalar
10th Grade
Assistant Principal  Jennifer Jackson A-K
Assistant Principal 
Bob Buck  L-Z

School Counselors
A-F Kay Dennis
G-N Megan Kennedy
O-Z Katherine Partridge

 

Union Schools 918-505-9802

Resources

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

 

Union High School News

  • Conversations With Carrera set this Tuesday

    09.25.17

    The Carrera Program is hosting “Conversations With Carrera” for students and their families from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, September 26 at Union High School. This event is a great opportunity for families to learn and discuss the various college and career options available to them, how they can help them plan for a successful future, and what resources are available at Union for students. continue reading

  • Ubotics teams up

    09.24.17



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  • Renegade Regiment greets the sun with music

    09.22.17



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  • More photos: Marching Band up at dawn

    09.22.17

    ... more photos from Thursday, September 21, featuring the Renegade Regiment practicing their show. continue reading

  • Renegade Regiment up before dawn

    09.22.17

    While many are getting up for the work day, band members for the Union High School Renegade Regiment Marching Band are already out on the field, before the sun rises, practicing for one of their award-winning show stoppers. continue reading

  • State Superintendent: Union is leading the way

    09.22.17

    A new program will give Union students the chance to earn an associate degree while they’re in high school. Early College High School will start next school year with 50 to 60 sophomores, most of them first-generation college students. Union Superintendent Kirt Hartzler said it’s an expansion of concurrent enrollment the district already offers.

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  • Attention AFJROTC: You guys are awesome!

    09.22.17

    Union AFJROTC pledges to provide 3,000 hours of community service this year

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  • Union AFJROTC pledges to provide 3,000 hours of community service this year

    09.21.17

    One of the most active student organizations at Union Public Schools, the Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps inspires cadets to serve as leaders and represent the Union Way. continue reading

  • Congrats to senior Isaac Muncy!

    09.21.17



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  • Union, TCC announce plans for Early College High School

    09.21.17

    With a groundbreaking new program, scores of students may have a chance to earn both a high school diploma and an associate college degree by the time they graduate high school. Union Public Schools and Tulsa Community College announced their ambitious plan for a pilot program to offer students both degrees during a joint press conference today at the Center for Creativity in downtown Tulsa.

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