Latest News from University High School
University High School alumna Melissa Burke (’10) will join the world language faculty as a Spanish teacher starting in the 2019-20 school year. Join us in welcoming her.read more
Read Head of School Chuck Webster’s letter that includes reflections on the 2018-19 school year, congratulations to our Class of 2019, and well wishes for our departing faculty members.read more
The University High School Class of 2019 celebrated their graduation on Saturday, June 1 at The Palladium in Carmel. View photos and videos from the celebration.read more
During the final morning meeting of the 2018-19 school year, the University High School community took a few minutes to pay tribute to the four faculty and staff members who are leaving us after this year. Each was called to the stage by one of their current mentees,...read more
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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.
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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.