Thirteen years in the making, today, 126 Seniors crossed the stage at Modoc Field to receive a high school diploma from Klamath Union today. These students are the first to complete their senior year inside the walls of the “New KU.”Read More
450 Seniors from schools around the Klamath Basin marched down Main Street to an event in Veteran’s Park in celebration of their big accomplishment, graduating from high school.
In its fourth year, Graduation Sensation is the biggest annual event for the Klamath Promise, which awarded $40,000 in scholarships and prizes this year to 70 recipients.Read More
Graduations are a time of celebration, honoring our students on the achievements they have made in their educational career. A monumental milestone when one part of their life end and another begins. The business community, local high schools and colleges will honor their graduates with celebrations starting this this week.Read More
Come one, come all to the annual Mr. Pelican Volleyball Tournament and help raise money for those in need.
The games start at 5:30 p.m. Friday, April 5 at Pel Court, 1300 Monclaire St. Klamath Union High School’s Mr. Pelican Pageant contestants will face off against volleyball teams from Kingsley Field, the Klamath Falls City Police Department and Henley High School.Read More
Henley High School, in partnership with Klamath Union High School, will honor veterans and active duty military Tuesday, Feb. 5, during the varsity Hornets versus Pelicans basketball games at Henley High School.Read More
The Klamath Falls City Schools is nearing the completion of a campaign to purchase new marching band uniforms for Klamath Union High School. The present uniforms are many years old and needing to be replaced. These uniforms are expensive and will cost approximately $53,000.Read More
The Oregon Institute of Technology, “Oregon Tech,” and Klamath Union High School (KU) Liberal Arts and Math & Science Academies were in the spotlight in November as leaders from the two schools presented at a national conference in San Antonio, Texas.Read More
Klamath Union High School DECA and National Honor Society students will be collecting pet food donations outside local businesses Saturday to benefit the Klamath Animal Shelter.
Students will be collecting donations from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. outside of Thunderbird, Coastal and Petco in Klamath Falls. People can bring donations to one of the collection bins or purchase pet food inside the store and put it in the collection bin.Read More
KU is victorious over Cascade Christian 20-14 and Chiloquin blows out Mowhawk 46-8. However Bonanza and Butte Valley both lose to their opponents.
The rest of the games have been rescheduled or canceled due to poor air quality. These games include Henley at North Marion, Mazama vs Yreka, Lost River at St Mary's, and Tulelake vs Westwood.
11 Runners, 130 Miles - Members of the Klamath Union High School cross country team grabbed second place overall Saturday in the prestigious Portland to Coast High School Challenge Relay. The 11-member relay team ran 130 miles in 15 hours, 30 minutes and 41.6 seconds to finish ahead of 17 other high school teams on a 24-leg course that took runners from downtown Portland to Seaside. High school teams started at 7 p.m. Friday. The KU team ran through the night, finishing at 10:30 a.m.Read More
High school students gave 525 hours helping at the Friends of the Children annual Friend Raiser fundraiser in May.
More than 600 community guests attended the event that raised about 30 percent of the annual operating budget for the mentoring program. Friends of the Children provides intentional oneon-one support for program youth from a salaried, professional mentor, from
kindergarten through high school graduation – 12 ½ years, no matter what.
On a bitter cold June Saturday; two-dozen faculty & administration, and a standing room only crowd of friends and family packed inside Modoc Field to bare witness to the graduation of the 129 Seniors Pelicans walk up to the stage as students and walk off the stage as graduates.Read More
On May 17 students from across the Klamath Falls City Schools will head into the community to give back by window washing, cleaning up parks, landscaping businesses and landmarks, beautifying trails, and running a Red Cross blood drive.Read More