Academy Students
TSA Members
Special USG Speaker


Parent Teacher Conferences - Feb. 4 ... 3:30 pm to 7:00 pm

Parent Teacher Conferences - Feb. 5 ... 7:30 am to 11:00 am




Parent Teacher Conferences - Feb. 4 ... 3:30 pm to 7:00 pm

Parent Teacher Conferences - Feb. 5 ... 7:30 am to 11:00 am


USG Mission and Vision
"Literacy First - Students College Ready"

"To Increase Student Achievement"

No Firearms on Campus:  Effective November 1, 2012, state law will allow the open carrying of firearms by citizens with Concealed/Open Carry Permits issued by the OSBI.  All firearms have to be in a holster.  According to Oklahoma law Firearms/Weapons are NOT PERMITTED on school grounds or within 1000 ft of school as per the Gun Free School Zone Act (1995). 



Mr. Greg Frederick

Vice Principals:

Ms. Cathy Hill

Ms. Kandy Hunt

Ms. Jenifer Kleyn

Dr. Pedro Martinez

Mr. Jack Reed

Ms. Teresa Tedder

Counselors & Secretaries


Ms. Susan Bosch

Ms. Amber Dubuc

Ms. Melanie Elliott

Ms. Robin Lindsey

Mr. Charles Menefee

Ms. Lindsey Williams

Ms. Pat Myers, Indian Counselor


Ms. Diana Avila, Counselor's Secretary

Ms. Gina Coulter

Ms. Moore, Principal's Secretary

Ms. Samantha Rodgers, Financial Secretary

Ms. Carla Smith

Mr. Alan Villegas


Ms. Arisa Antunez

Ms.Patty Zaldivar


CLICK BELOW to find School Report Card information from the Office of Accountability at the State Department of Education. 

2015 Report Card .... 

2014 Report Card ...

2013 Report Card ...
2013 Profile

Office of Accountability Letter
2012 Report Card ... Page 1 ... Page 2
2012 Profile ... Page 1 ... Page 2
2012 Principal's Message


If you attended USG prior to this school year (2015-2016), please go to Oklahoma City Student Services (900 N. Klein) to obtain any of the following documents: Affidavits of Attendance, Enrollment, and DOB; Historical Transcript Requests; Verification of Education and Graduation; and DACA Information. If interested in receiving your GED, you will need to contact Adult Education   and their office phone numbers are (405) 231-2053, (405) 231-2054, or (405) 231-2055.


"GENERALLY SPEAKING" (News Stories for 2015 - 2016)
Community Events around USG
Supporting USG
  • Proudly Supporting Grant T-Shirt Sales
    Check out the design here ...   Cost is only $15. Can be purchased at USG on Parent Teacher Conference Days
  • Yearbook Sales
     Yearbooks are on SALE for a short time for $40.  See Mrs. Reed in E215 to reserve your copy at this cost.  Prices will increase after Fall Break!


   School Times 7:35 to 2:25

(New Scholarships are ADDED DAILY)




 Week of February 1 - 5 - Homecoming Activity Week - JEAN DAY on FRIDAY with Class T-Shirt: Classes will decorate their halls for "Clash of the Classes": UPSTAIRS Halls - G Hall Freshmen; H Hall Sophomores; J Hall Juniors; and K Hall Seniors


Monday, Feb. 1 - COLOR DAY for Homecoming activities:  9th wear Purple; 10th wear Green; 11th wear Pink; 12th wear White; SAT Registration in Library for Juniors

Tuesday, Feb. 2   - PLC with Gear Up; Basketball at NE at 3 JV and 6 V; DECADES Day for Homecoming: 9th is the Future; 10th is 50's; 11th is 20's; and 12th is 90's; SAT Registration in Library for Juniors

Wednesday, Feb. 3 -  Sophomores to OCCC; Intervention Classes (DRAFT) for Entire School; PATTERN Day for Homecoming: 9th wear plaids; 10th wear tie-dye; 11th wear camo; and 12th wear Paint Splatter

Thursday, Feb. 4 -  Homecoming Pep Rally; ACT Prep Workshop for Juniors and Sophomores at 2:30; FAFSA Workshop at 5:00 in Library; Jean day with Clash of the Classes T-Shirts; Parent Teacher Conferences 3:30 to 7:00 pm 

Friday, Feb. 5-  Homecoming Basketball Game with Classen SAS  -- JV at 3:00 and V at 6:00; Parent Teacher Conferences 7:30 to 11:00 am

Saturday, Feb. 6 - Saturday School from 8 to noon 






    Check the Athletic Calendar for more info about times and locations of USG Athletic Events.




    USG Info and Highlights

    NEW TARDY POLICY at USG - Effective Jan. 11th every 3rd tardy will result in an assigned after school detention.  Failure to attend after school detention will result in a 3 day out of school suspension.  All Parents will be notified of the detention and Detention will be held in room H103 on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 2:30 to 3:20.  While in detention students will work on class assignments.  Students will NOT talk, listen to headphones, be on their phones, or the Internet.  Students must be on time to detention and stay until the end of the 50 minutes!


    PASTARTS - check out the flyers for donations and for information about the evening of PASTA and ARTS at USG in February. Tickets for PastARTS will go on sale Feb. 1st.  The cost for the Spaghetti will be $10 for adults, $5.00 for students, $2.00 for children.  A family ticket plan is available if you will visit with Mrs. Moershel in H202.  PastARTS shirts will also be available for only $5 next week.  Click here to see a picture of the shirt.



    SENIORS - it is time to get on track for completing your FAFSA for your fall college enrollment.  The U.S. Department of Education has created a video to help students and parents transition from using the PIN process to the new FSA ID process.  The video is about 6 minutes long, but it is very informative.  Here is the link: FSA ID! 


    Here are a few FREE Financial Aid Workshops offered by Oklahoma College Assistance Program.     

    • Feb 2 at Putnam City North H.S. from 6:45 to 7:45 pm
    • Feb. 25 at Harding Fine Arts starting at 6:30 pm (Contact Celestia Stacy at to attend this workshop.
    • Ms. Letha Huddleston at the OCAP can be reached at 405-234-4345 or by email at for more information. 

     CONGRATULATIONS to the nominees for THE GENERAL and THE LADY.  The GENERAL COURT is Manuel Aldana, Carlos Flores, David Jauregui, Raymundo Munoz, and Evan Saenz.  The LADY COURT is Jocelyn Davila, Michelle Fierro, Melissa Salazar, Cecilia Ugalde, and Maria Velasco.  On Friday, Feb. 19 at 1:30 in the USG Auditorium one gentlemen and one lady will be crowned USG's GENERAL and THE LADY.  The nominations were based on their GPA, being involved in extra-curricular activities, no disciplinary referrals, and attending USG for 4 years.  Congratulations to all the nominees.





    HOMECOMING WEEK - Feb. 1 - 5 ... The theme for this homecoming is "CLASH of the CLASSES".  The activities for each day are listed in the weekly calendar above.  However, the STUCO also is offering CLASS PENNY WARS.  Bring your change and bring your dollars ... help your class WIN the honor of being KING of the PENNY WARS!  Click Here for More Information.



    Congratulations to Lizeth Torres for her 2nd place finish in the VFW Post 9 Voices of Democracy Audio-Essay competition.  She received a cash prize!    


    Congratulations to the MCJROTC program.  Each year the Civilian Marksmanship Program holds a competition for JROTC programs of each branch.  There is a team and an individual competition.  This year, 329 Marine Corps teams competed and USG came in 66th. Jesus Camacho came in 93rd out of 1500 shooters and qualified to compete in the Western Regional Matches, Feb. 12-14, in Provo, Utah.   The team members were: Joli Herrera, Brian Boland, Ivan Fierro, and Jesus Camacho.


    DRESS CODE for 2013-14
    The Dress Code is khaki pants!  THERE ARE NO JEANS ... NOT EVEN TAN!  NO SHORTS! 
    has been added as a color for shirts and jackets! 
    SHIRTS ... solid Red, Gray, Black, or White Polo Shirts with 3 buttons (NO WRITING).  Undershirts must also be Red, Gray, Black or White!
    JACKETS/HOODIES ... solid Black, Red, Gray or White (NO WRITING)
    SHOES ... No flip flops or house shoes
    Spirit Shirts must be BLACK/RED/GRAY/WHITE and cannot be a homemade shirt or blood drive!

    For more details read the attached flyer: DRESS CODE

    ITEMS That are NOT permitted at the scanner:
    No opened or un-opened bottles with liquid inside. (sealed cans are permitted)
    No glass items (makeup bottles, perfume bottles, mirrors, etc.)
    No Hats or Bandanas
    No belt buckles with gang affiliations or belt buckles that would identify with drug culture and/or lifestyle (ex. Marijuana buckles).
    No jewelry that identifies with gang or drug culture and/or lifestyle or jewelry worn as a weapon.
    No alcohol, drugs, drug paraphernalia, or medication (prescription or over the counter)
    No cigarette lighters, No cigarettes/tobacco, No Vaporizers, and No aerosol spray cans
    No Weapons (gun, knife, razor, brass knuckles, ammo, toy gun, cap gun, bb gun,pellet, gun or similar device, or any other object that could be used to inflict bodily harm).
    No sharpies/permanent markers, No whiteout, No laser pointers
    No sexually explicit material on notebooks or inappropriate drawings and/or gang affiliations.

    NOTE: Students will be allowed to pick up any item confiscated at scanning (unless it is food, drink, or weapon/drug related) in the front office at the end of the day.