Union Pines High School
1964/65 - 2013/14
Free Athletic Physicals
Saturday, April 26th
8:30 AM at the Moore County Health Department in Carthage
Makeup schedule for days missed due to inclement weather on January 28 – 31 and February 12-14
February 28 (formerly an early release day - serves as a half make-up day)
March 14 (formerly an early release day - serves as a half make-up day)
These make up five of the seven days missed. The remaining two days will be made up using additional hours already built into the calendar.
Union Pines High is ranked 26th within North Carolina. Students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement® course work and exams. The AP® participation rate at Union Pines High is 31 percent. The student body makeup is 53 percent male and 47 percent female, and the total minority enrollment is 21 percent. Union Pines High is 1 of 4 high schools in the Moore County Schools.
UPHS ranked # 1,713 in the nation.
For more school rankings visit US World & News Report.
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Interested in Advanced Placement Courses for Next Year? View our AP Panel discussion for more information!
Requesting a Transcript is EASY!
As a convenience to those requesting transcripts, immunization records, or graduation verification, Moore County Schools now provides an online request which allows payment via credit card. Even if you plan to pick up and pay for your transcript in person, we enccourage you to use the link below to help ensure that your request is handled quickly and efficiently.
Current students need not apply on line.
You will need to see Janet Caddell for help.
Please consider joining the Union Pines High School PTSA.
Fee: $10 per person
Our mission is to provide engaging experiences that result in students learning what is needed to be successful citizens.
We build community
We are accountable both to those we serve and for what we do
We are partners in learning with students, staff, parents and community
We develop leaders
We provide a safe learning environment
We secure and strategically allocate resources
Moore County Schools is the heart of the community. We are clear about our direction, and we are responsive to our students and the community.
Everyone in the district embraces learning while providing a safe environment where all thrive.
We value diversity, and we are committed to profound learning that enhances the quality of life for each individual
Moore County Schools is committed to equal opportunity in education and employment and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, religion, ethnic origin, or handicapping condition. (Title VI, Civil Rights Act of 1964).
Moore County Schools está comprometido a las oportunidades de igualdad en educación y no discrimina en base a sexo, raza, religión, origen o condición de incapacidad. (Título VI de la Politica de los Derechos Civíles de 1964.)