Klamath Union, or KU as it’s locally known, is a comprehensive high school with a long and distinguished history of excellence in academics, arts, and athletics. First built in 1928, an extensive $50 million remodel was completed in 2019, creating modern improvements and state-of-the-art facilities for teaching and learning. KU technology and multi-faceted education programs provide students with excellent opportunities to prepare for the future. Many dual credit classes in partnership with OIT, KCC, and SOU offer pathways to careers and colleges. KU boasts exceptional arts programs in vocal and instrumental music, fine arts, and theater. A spectacular 250-seat theater was created in the new James Ivory Arts Center. Athletic improvements include new artificial turf on Modoc Field, resurfaced track and tennis courts, and creation of an additional gymnasium for classes and competitions. KU’s historic Pel Court has been restored to its original beauty and design..
KUHS will hold Fall Conferences in-person at Klamath Union on Thursday, Oct. 14 (evening) and Friday, Oct. 15 (all day and evening). Note: Staff will be unavailable during lunch and dinner breaks.
There are no school classes for students on Friday, October 15.
1. Masks must be correctly worn by all participants, regardless of vaccination status.
2. Students Progress 1 Report Cards (paper form), maps, and transcripts will be handed out at the main entrance of KU.
3. Go to the classrooms of your choice to meet with teachers directly.
4. Maintain physical distancing in conferences, please.
5. Keep conference meetings brief when others are waiting to meet with teachers.
Klamath Home Learning Academy
PM Session: 12:30-3:30 M, T, W, Th, F
October 18, 2021
Pledge of Allegiance
Seniors there will be a virtual Spanish Speaking FAFSA event tomorrow, Tuesday October 19th at 6pm. If you and your spanish speaking parent need help filling out this important form, this is a great opportunity to get that assistance. Please check your email & Ms. Andrade’s office for more details.
Oregon State University will be visiting on Wednesday, October 20th, during the first period in the theater room by the cafeteria. Students interested in attending the OSU presentation must make arrangements with their 1st period teacher.
National Honor Society will be having our first meeting of the year after school tomorrow. We will be meeting at 3:15 in room 217 (Ms. Andrade's office). If you are not able to attend but would like to participate in NHS this year, please email Ms. Spicher or stop by the counseling office to let her know.
Nightmare at the Fair
Want to see something scary?
Then you want to come to the Nightmare at the Fair, Halloween Drive-thru Extravaganza,
Saturday, October 30th, 7 to 10pm. At the Klamath County Fairgrounds Event Center. It only cost $5 and a can of food donation to the Klamath
County Food Bank.
Girls Soccer @ Mazama – 4:30 p.m.
Boys Soccer Vs Mazama @ KU – 4:30/6:30
KUHS Orchestra Competion 2021
Please enjoy the Klamath Union High School Orchestra's video performance for the 2021 OSAA State Orchestra competition. Mr. Brent Hakanson is the KU Orchestra Conductor. Go Pels!
1. Frippery No. 2 (from Fanfare & Frippery) by Richard Stephan
2. Song of the Birds by Pablo Casals. Dean Garlitz, soloist
3. Concerto Grosso, Op.3, No. 8, III. Sean Stephenson & Bailey Acuff, soloists
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21st CENTURY COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTERS
KFCS After-school program: