Once a month the Superintendent hosts an informal session which includes information about the district’s programs, school board actions, curriculum, staff changes and more.
For school updates, events and important information visit our PTO newsletter.
With the arrival of fall comes the UHS marching band’s Annual Fall Plant Sale fundraiser, our second annual this year!
The Unionville Community Fair and Farm Show has the largest display of community agricultural and home products, handcrafts and arts in Chester County Pennsylvania. The three-day event is celebrating 94 years - October 5th - 7th, 2018.
Unionville High School will hold its 2nd Annual Military Appreciation Night on Friday September 28th. During the Unionville Varsity football game against Haverford, we will honor current and former members of our military.
Vaping has become an “epidemic” among teens and must be stopped! According to recent surveys vaping and marijuana use are now more common among teens than cigarette smoking.
The KHS and UHS volunteer students and George Claypoole have provided incredible contributions to what is proving to be a very successful endeavor.
Stopping the Flu Starts with You! Getting vaccinated is the #1 way to prevent the flu.
We are partnering with the Chester County Health Department to offer a flu shot clinic to community members.
First Meeting of the 2018-19 School Year!
Thursday, September 27, 2018
Thank you to our UCFSD Teachers and Staff for Making a Difference.
Students are getting a modest amount of more sleep according to a follow up survey conducted at the end of the 2017/18 school year.
Written to inform, entertain, and engage, the Indian Post is a forum serving all members of the community. By purchasing a subscription, you will have access to this great resource for the duration of the school year.
The purpose of this prestigious award is to recognize Unionville-Chadds Ford School District alumni for their lifetime achievements.
UCF School District Administration and the Wellness Council are recommending the approval of the Say Something Program starting in the 18-19 school year.