Celebrating20 Years 2000-2020
Community is our finest asset
The hallmark of a University High School education is connection. In transitioning to a temporary e-learning environment, our faculty’s commitment to preserving their relationships with students has been remarkable. There are chances for creativity and connection all around us. Though we keep our physical distance for now, this community is as close and united as ever.
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UNIVERSITY IS AN ALL AROUND SCHOOL They are strong in academics while also focusing on community and the students’ individual needs. They take extra time with students to make sure they have future goals and a game plan to reach them. You won’t find this kind of experience and commitment at other schools.
Mother of Steven (’18)
I KEEP WAITING FOR THE PROVERBIAL BUBBLE TO BURST that University High School cannot really be this good, but it actually is.
Father of Grant (’18)
Wendy Wright Feng
IT IS HEARTWARMING TO WATCH MY BOYS NAVIGATE their lives and make decisions about their futures, knowing that the confidence in their abilities and the courage to step out and embrace the world as life-long learners comes in large part from being members of the University community.
Wendy Wright Feng
Mother of George (’12) and William (’13)
Online sessions hosted by the University Parent Association give parents a sneak peek at 2021 January Term offerings.
Email Update Sent to University Students & Parents -- 3/11/2020 University High School will not hold classes on Friday, March 13 or Monday, March 16. Beginning Tuesday, March 17, University will transition all classes to e-learning environments for a period of at...
On Friday, March 6, the Polar Plunge drew more than 30 University High School students and staff members -- including Head of School Chuck Webster. The Trailblazer team took a quick swim in the frigid Eagle Creek Reservoir in support of Special Olympics Indiana. The...
This scholarship will be awarded annually to a University High School senior who, like Scott, has a love and aptitude for science, math, and educating others in science and math.