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University High School welcomes media inquiries and interview requests. If you're a journalist on a deadline, contact Ashley Crockett-Lohr, director of communications, at acrockettlohr@universityhighschool.org for quick assistance.

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Latest News from University High School
Attend Our April 30 Prospective Parent Breakfast
Is University High School a good fit for your student? Attend our Prospective Parent Breakfast on Wednesday, April 30 from 8:30 - 10:30 a.m. to see our school in action.
Registration Materials Due May 5
Course registration for 2014-15 is now available. Current UHS students must submit registration materials to their mentor by Monday, May 5. All registration forms are available online
Sign Up for Summer Programs at UHS
Summer is an exciting time at University High School, and 2014 will be no exception. UHS is introducing several new summer programs in art, sports, theatre, and more for students ranging from grade 2 to grade 12. Visit our summer program page to learn more about each of these courses and to sign up.
Grandparents Day is Friday, April 25
Grandparents of University High School students are invited to attend our annual Grandparents Day on Friday, April 25, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. We will have a continental breakfast and coffee for all visitors. If you haven't already registered for Grandparents Day, please do so by emailing Adrianne Glidewell Smith by Tuesday, April 22.
UHS Students Win National Art & Writing Awards
University High School students Annie Chen and Naomi Farahan were recently honored with national awards in the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards competition. Chen, a senior, won a gold medal for her glass sculpture piece, titled "Evita." Farahan, a junior, won a silver medal for her poem, titled "Another Poem About Her Dead Brother." All national winners -- 1,800 in all -- will be recognized at a ceremony in New York City this summer. 

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