As a nation, the United States falls behind many other countries worldwide in mathematical competency.  Here at UCHS, we hope to create an environment which pushes each of our students to excel in mathematics both within the classroom and in their daily lives.  We study math intensely because it is (1) Useful. Mathematical problems abound in daily life, mathematical proficiency is required for all jobs, and higher mathematic skill is essential for science, engineering, and research, which are all growing sectors of our economy. (2) Important. A mathematically informed citizen will make better economic and political decisions about risk, policy, and resource allocation. (3) Interesting. Doing mathematics teaches patterns of problem-solving and insight that transfer to other knowledge domains and mathematical proofs teach skills in rigor, argumentation and persuasion.

Students entering the 9th grade who were enrolled in 8th grade Math or Pre-Algebra should sign up for Algebra I. Students who have already successfully completed Algebra I should sign-up for Geometry.

Mary Davis -


B.S. in Mathematics and Computer Science, UNC-Chapel Hill (Chapel Hill, NC )
Teacher Certification Program - Secondary Math, UNC-Chapel Hill (Chapel Hill, NC)


Math and Computer Science Teacher, University Christian HS,  (2014 - Present and 2010-2012)
Math & Computer Teacher, Concordia Christian Day School, Conover NC (2008-2014)
Computer Educator and Systems Analyst, UNC-Chapel Hill
Computer Systems Auditor - EF Hutton, NY NY


National Honor Society Advisor
Mathy Competition Advisor

 Jessie Fowls 


B.B.A. in Finance and Mathematics, Boise State University (Boise, IA )
M.A.T. - Secondary Math, Concordia University (Portland, OR)


Advanced Math Teacher, Lutheran High School, LaVerne, CA (2005-2007)Math and Computer Science Teacher, University Christian HS,  (2014 - Present and 2010-2012)
Advanced Math Teacher (Pre-Algebra to AP Calculus), Trinity Lutheran School, Bend, Oregon (2007-2017) 
Volleyball Coach, NHS Advisory, College Counseling, Course Planning Advisor, Trinity Lutheran School (2007-2017)
Math Teacher, University Christian High School, Hickory, NC (2017-Present)

Bill Unverfehrt                         


BS Education, Concordia University (Seward, NE)
Masters Degree in Education,  Wayne State University (Detroit, MI)


Teacher and Athletic Director, Bethany Lutheran School, Detroit, MI (1978-1983)
Teacher and Athletic Director, First Lutheran School, Clearwater, FL (1983-1990)
Principal, First Lutheran School, Clearwater, FL (1990-1998)
Principal, Concordia Christian Day School, Conover, NC (1998-2016)
Founding Principal, University Christian High School (2009-2010)
Principal, University Christian High School, (2016- Present)


Coach of First Lutheran Schools's National Championship Team in Boys Basketball 1991
Chairman of the Planning Committee of the FL/GA President's Convocation 1996
President Elect of the FL/GA Administratiors Association 1998 Southeast District Task Force Committee 2002-2005
Nominated for Chamber of Commerce Small Business Person of the Year 2004
Member of the Board of Directors of the Southeast District of the LCMS 2006-2015
National Exemplary Lutheran School Award- Concordia Christian Day School 2010
National Distinguished Lutheran Elementary Shool Administrator 2015