UC class results historical

UC class results historical

Students at Union City High School are putting their best efforts front and center, and UCHS principal Wes Kennedy thinks the community deserves to know the results.
“I’m really excited about next year’s senior class,” the administrator told The Messenger recently. “The Class of 2013 has already become the No. 1 class in UCHS history with the most 30-plus scores on the ACT. Eight students of the Class of 2013 have already scored a 30 or higher on the ACT test, which surpasses the Class of 1993, which had six. Any time you have more than 10 percent of your graduating class scoring 30 or higher on the ACT, then you should be excited. The Class of 2013 has another 10 students with a 27, 28 or 29, and they are working hard to get to a 30. I believe most of them will make it, as well.”
 The UCHS Class of 2013 has 29 members enrolled in the Union City College Preparatory Magnet School. The average ACT score for the students of this class who are in the Magnet program is 27.04, according to school records.
Students in the Union City College Preparatory Magnet School, which offers seven AP courses and 11 Honors classes, must complete and take the appropriate exams in at least three AP and six Honors classes and must include, in these, a minimum of three years of Honors or AP English classes to be considered alumni of the Magnet School.

Published in The Messenger 4.20.12

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