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Students watching a scientific experiment through a windowBoy playing with shaving cream on his deskStudents doing a sensory activity with shaving cream on their desksClass of students playing with shaving cream on their desksTwo boys experimenting with colored lightsStudents experimenting with colored lights in the classroomPolice Officer and school staff holding donated winter coatsTwo girls dressed alike in polka dot dressesTwo girls dressed in matching pink shirts with starsA boy and girl wearing matching Captain America T-shirtscrowd of students cheering
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Students watch a science experiment through a windowStudents playing with shaving cream on their desksStudents sit on the floor listening to a teacherBoy swirling shaving cream around on his deskGirl making designs in shaving cream on her deskClass of students doing an activity with colored lightsStudents reading a book together by colored lightTwo boys dressed in matching red shirtsStudents reading books together with colored lightsTwo girls wearing matching shirtsVolleyball gameStudents sitting near University Center sign

Plan For Success

Planning for the future while working on finishing high school requirements can be a challenge. Our Guidance Department is here to help. From guiding you through a graduation plan to helping you register for college and providing resources and ideas for college funding, we encourage students to be proactive about their high school education and beyond. This page provides you the information you need to explore college and career options as well as to ensure success during your high school years.

College Partnership

Union Colony proudly offers its students the opportunity to earn college credits while still in high school. Our partnerships with Aims Community College and University of Northern Colorado (UNC) provide students with “free” dual credit options that allow our students to graduate high school with, at least, their first year of college finished and paid for. (Students must cover the cost of books and applicable fees.)

Counseling Staff

For more information, or to schedule a one-on-one advisory meeting, please contact Ms. Kristina Wagner at (970) 673.4546.

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