Welcome to Unity Center for Urban Technologies High School.  Unity High School serves roughly 250 students.  It is one of the Department of Education smallest community of learners.  During the years since the school opened, the faculty, staff and administration are committed to provide excellent education for students.  We are devoted to help students reach their academic and career goals.  We are also committed to keeping parents, students and the community informed about student progress and upcoming activities and events.

We are pleased that you have taken the time to visit the Unity High School website.  Our hope is that you find our website to be user-friendly, and after your visit, you will have a good idea of all we have to offer.  Unity High School is a wonderful place for students from diverse backgrounds to grow educationally, get involved, and have a meaningful high school experience.  We strive to create an environment where each and every student is given the attention necessary to achieve his/her individual success. 

We live in a technologically advanced world.  Technology in education is no longer a new idea.  It has become an integral part of society and an integral part in education.  Today’s technology provides teachers and students with opportunities for teaching and learning that were not possible in the past.  Technology has become a device for communication all over the world and we want our students to be part of that progress.  At Unity High School we use technology to support instructional materials or as presentation devices to provide information that are educational and instructive.

Recent Announcements

  • New site provides comparative data on college costs, diversity, and graduation rates The Institute for College Access and Success has launched a new web site for higher education data and research. Called College InSight, the site is a resource for anyone interested ...
    Posted Mar 9, 2010, 8:19 AM by Milciades Pepin
  • Video game teaches students fiscal skills A new video game designed to help students learn to manage their money tries to make the dullness of balancing a checkbook look more like the thrill of driving for ...
    Posted Mar 9, 2010, 8:15 AM by Milciades Pepin
  • Read.gov Read.gov, from the Library of Congress, is an online portal of free reading resources for children, teens, and even adults. It features online versions of out-of-copyright books ...
    Posted Mar 9, 2010, 8:10 AM by Milciades Pepin
  • Exploring Bioethics “Exploring Bioethics,” from the National Institutes of Health, helps students grapple with ethical issues posed by advances in the life sciences. This supplemental curriculum for students in grades 9-12 ...
    Posted Mar 4, 2010, 7:35 AM by Milciades Pepin
  • History.com offers several resources for commemorating Black History Month In celebration of Black History Month, A&E Television Networks’ History Channel and its companion web site, History.com, have compiled several online resources. An interactive timeline of milestones in ...
    Posted Mar 3, 2010, 9:11 AM by Milciades Pepin
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