2017-18 UDAHS Program of Studies

Follow the link to access the UDAHS Program of Studies for next school year.

2017-18 Program of Studies


Math Tutoring

Math tutoring is held every Tuesday and Thursday after school in Mrs. Renn’s room until 3:15. No appointment necessary. Walk-ins welcome!

Follow this link to access Accelerated Math:




Any students who do NOT want their photographs, videotapes or otherwise used in publications, video productions or on the school’s website should pick up a form in the office.


Activity Bus

Students who want to ride the activity bus must sign up in the office by 12:30 on that day.  NOTE: Any student serving detention and needs to use the activity bus must sign up in the office.



Video/Audio Recording – The use of video and audio recording equipment supports efforts to maintain discipline and to ensure the safety and security of all students, staff, contractors and others being transported on district-owned, operated, or contracted school buses or school vehicles. Each school bus and vehicle equipped with video and audio recording equipment is clearly marked. On the bus, students must expect that their conduct will be monitored and recorded both to and from school according to Policy 810.2. Transportation – Video/Audio Recording.




Please be sure to read letter from Mr. Schwenk regarding arriving late to school, see link below.

Tardy Letter



Please click on link below to view the 2017-18 District Calendar.

17-18 Approved Calendar




The Discovery Program at UDA is looking for monetary donations or donations of Easter candy to make Easter baskets for the unfortunate children within the Upper Dauphin community.

Candy donations can be dropped off in the High School office and monetary donations can be mailed to:

Upper Dauphin Area School District

c/o: Shelli Casner

220 North Church Street

Elizabethville, PA 17023

Please have all donations delivered or mailed by March 23, 2017

Help put a smile on a child’s face this Easter by making a donation. 

Contact: Shelli Casner (717)362-8181 ext. 483 or Email: casners@udasd.org




High School Handbook – Student Handbook 2016-2017

Student Handbook\Video-Audio – Addition to handbooks 2016-17.doc

Acceptable Computer Use Form

Cafeteria Menus and Services

Study Island
Pearson SuccessNet
Mobile Apps for Education

Course Selection Book 2016-17


Please welcome the new high school principal, Mr. Matt Schwenk.

M Schwenk

Dear Upper Dauphin Area School District Community,

I am honored by my recent appointment as the new high school principal and look forward to partnering with you to help our students reach their greatest potential. As the father of three boys ages 14, 13, and 11, I recognize the importance of a strong home-school connection. My wife and children and I will be relocating to the area, pending completion of our search for a new home.

Before joining UDASD, I served in a variety of teaching and educational leadership roles over the past 18 years, including special education/literacy teacher, K-12 assistant principal, district director of special education, corrections education program supervisor, and high school principal. I earned an undergraduate degree in communications from Susquehanna University, a master’s degree in education from Mansfield University, and principal and special education supervisory certificates from Penn State University.  

It is important to me that everyone who steps through our doors recognizes and values the importance of our mission to serve. I believe in the transformational qualities of faith and education, strong leadership, team problem solving, hard work, loyalty, trust, and a deep commitment to a shared vision in support of the positive growth and development of young people. To that end, we will focus on new technology initiatives, character education, data informed instruction, and curriculum development, while ensuring a supportive school culture. I am confident that our common goals on behalf of students will foster a bright future together.

My first day is scheduled for Monday, September 12th. Please feel free to contact me with any concerns, suggestions, or ideas to help make this the best school year yet.

Very truly yours in education,

Matthew Schwenk

High School Principal