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News in Brief

News February 11, 2015

Technical College High School announces students of the quarter Every quarter, TCHS recognizes students for their exceptional work. This quarter, Shannon Himes was chosen for the morning Allied Health program, and Micayla Flores was honored for the afternoon program. In Computer Information Systems, Trevor Phaneuf was chosen. Carol Vidal Hernandez was also recognized for Early… Continue Reading »

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FBLA sends sixteen to state competition

Elise Covert February 11, 2015

Future Business Leaders of America, or FBLA, is the nation’s largest business career student organization.  Membership is open to high school students, and students in fifth through eighth grade are eligible for middle-level membership.  During the last school year, Pennsylvania alone had 281 active FBLA chapters, incorporating over 13,300 members. The goal of FBLA is… Continue Reading »

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Students serve community on MLK Day

Cailyn McCutcheon February 11, 2015

On Monday January 19th, over 200  high school students volunteered over 600 hours of their time and their day off to help the community on Martin Luther King Day. This year was especially successful because Kennett and Unionville put aside their rivalry to unite for a day of service. Mr. Conley, who was in charge… Continue Reading »

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Community reacts to ‘Charlie Hebdo’ tragedy

News February 11, 2015

On January 7, 2015 the headquarters of Charlie Hebdo, a Parisian satirical magazine, became the unprecedented battleground for international free speech. Two terrorists broke into the offices, shooting and killing 12 people, including the magazine’s editor and two police officers. A two-day long manhunt followed, with police closing in on the brothers hiding in a… Continue Reading »

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News in Brief

News December 16, 2014

Alex “Football” Pechin wins state football award Alex Pechin was nominated based on his impressive football performance, community service, and academics for the Mini Max High School Award. Pechin and 61 other players were selected from Districts 1, 3, 11, and 12 in Pennsylvania. Seniors defeat Juniors in Powder Puff Football On Thursday, December 4,… Continue Reading »

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Students involved in Schott’s campaign

Elise Covert December 16, 2014

In the fall, retired Social Studies teacher Ann Schott ran for state representative against incumbent John Lawrence. The Schott family has been involved in local politics for decades.  If elected Mrs. Schott would have represented the 13th District in Harrisburg, an area including Oxford, Avon Grove, and Octorara schools. “My desire to run for office… Continue Reading »

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Mrs. Byrne publishes second novel, Hollow Land

Mahalet Tegenu December 16, 2014

Mrs. Jodi Byrne is a Unionville English teacher who wrote Dead Land, a nonfiction young adult novel, last December.  This book is part of a trilogy, and the second installment,  Hollow   Land, was just released December 1st. Mrs. Byrne’s polished writing skills have given her a creative outlook on writing stories.  She enjoys the… Continue Reading »

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Art Gala honors Student Artists

Julia Korsyn December 16, 2014

Every year, the UHS PTO organizes the Art Gala to celebrate and support the artists of the school district community. Local artists, some even alumni, often sell their art at the Gala with thirty percent of those sales annually contributing to educational funds at the high school. 2014 being the Art Gala’s thirty-ninth year, community… Continue Reading »

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Girls Cross Country competes at Nationals

Haley Christophides December 16, 2014

The Girls Varsity Cross Country team traveled to Portland, Oregon to compete in the Nike Cross Country Nationals on December 6. This is the second year in a row that the Cross Country team has made it to Nationals, where the top runners from 8 regions across the United States vie for the prestigious honor… Continue Reading »

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