Union Hill Elementary School recieved a $14,400 grant from High Point Community Foudation.
With 26 total classrooms for 550 students, this Title I school will use this grant to create five new learner-centered classrooms. Each of these classrooms will be equipped with a new smart projector and flexible seating that will make them more welcoming and flexible learning environments. The school expects to see reading and math proficiency scores increase because of these changes. Such updates are also essential to teacher satisfaction and retaining good teachers and school leaders in High Point schools.