United High School

Welcome to United High School!

United High School houses 340 students in grades 9-12.
The building is located approximately 2 miles east of Monmouth.
Directions from Galesburg, IL



We are pleased to announce our Illinois State Scholars

Nine students have been named 2015 State Scholars by the Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC). Illinois State Scholar winners rank in the top ten percent of the state's high school seniors from 671 high schools across the state. Selection is based on SAT, ACT or Prairie State Achievement Exam scores, and/or class rank at the end of the junior year.


 Honored for their academic achievements are Madison Ballard, daughter of Joe Ballard and Donna Teel of Kirkwood, Caitlen Bishop, daughter of Jim and Cindy Bishop of Alexis; Ethan Bitar, son of Ismael and Molly Bitar of Monmouth; Alayna Costner-Withee, daughter of Andrea Costner of Monmouth; Baylee Evans, daughter of Brandy Shaw of Alexis and Greg Evans of Galesburg; Dalton Frieden, son of Trevor and Susie Frieden of Monmouth; Cole Froelich, son of Mark and Julie Trulson of Monmouth and Cory and Brieah Froelich of Hanna City, Jack Whitsitt son of Jeff and Kelley Whitsitt of Alexis; Gary Wynne, son of John and Michelle Wynne of Alexis.

The United Board of Education, administration and faculty extend their congratulations to our students on receiving this prestigious honor.


ACT  Prep Classes start  January 8, 2015
(Thursday) at 6:00 pm and continues until
February 19, 2015.

Click on the above for more information 

Make your $50.00 payment check payable to 

United School District #304


21st Century Community Leaning Center Grant

Calendar Newsletter

Clubs








Coach: Rachel Bowden



Presents The Fall Play
Coach: Katie Hall



Coaches:
Fred Lucas, Steve Cairns, Ben McIntosh,
Ben Sandberg, David Milroy and Jeremy Sharp

Coach: Madeline Wood




Coaches:
Carrie Boone, Marci Patterson, Kristie Murdock


Coach:  Mandy Grace



BYOD News:
As of right now, we are suspending our BYOD policy for the upcoming 2014-15 school year.  In addition, our public wireless access will be shut off for the school year to allow us to work on the system's security issues.  Personal devices will not be able to be used at school until further notice from
 the  Adminstration


http://www.parcconline.org/
In spring 2014, the PARCC Field Test will be administered to over one million students across PARCC states.

Here's an important letter to our parents and guardians
 from Christopher A. Koch, Ed.D.  
State Superintendent of Education

Click here to read


Be the Best You Can Be
Helpful Hints!
 Click and read these tips to learn more about your role as a student.

 

Upcoming events

Jan. 26--5:30pm
Sports Boosters Meeting
High School

Feb. 13--11:30am
Early Dismissal

Feb. 16--No School
President's Day

CALENDAR