Based on over two years of research performed using archival materials and over 100 interviews, Memories of Union High: An Oasis in Caroline County Virginia, 1903-1969 traces the school's history from the vision of Rev. R.W. Young and the members of the Caroline County School Union, to its humble beginnings as a private academy with five students and one teacher (Bowling Green Industrial Academy), then a training school for Negro teachers (Caroline County Training School) and finally a premier educational institution in Caroline County (Union High School).
The school's history in brought to life through remembrances from alumni, faculty, family and friends; excerpts from school newspapers and yearbooks; and over 100 photographs and other memorabilia. Memories of Union High is a fitting tribute to the people associated with Union High and a good history lesson to those who are not familiar with the school.