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School Profile: Union Star High

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Union Star High is located at 6132 Nw State Rte Z, Union Star, MO 64494-9138. The contact phone number is (816) 593-2294. It has a student/teacher ratio of 7.80.

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  • Students per Grade

  • Students and Teachers

  • School District: Union Star R Ii
  • Grade Range: 7 - 12
  • Students: 71
  • Teachers (FTE): 9.1
  • Student/Teacher Ratio: 7.80
  • Title I eligible: Yes

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6132 Nw State Rte Z
Union Star, MO 64494
(816) 593-2294
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King City High
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