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WHY UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL?

HIGH SCHOOL ONLY HAPPENS ONCE. The four years of high school are some of the most formative, impactful years of a student’s life, so it’s important to choose a school that will make these years count. University High School is a place where your child can truly thrive — academically, socially, and personally.

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Jeff Adams

My University
Experience

If you are looking for a strong, proven, academic high school with a welcoming community that will help your child be successful, UNIVERSITY IS THE PLACE FOR YOU.

Jeff Adams
Father of Jackie (’15)

Wendy Wright Feng

My University
Experience

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)

Paula Bray

My University
Experience

At University, MY SON HAD MANY OPPORTUNITIES TO EXPLORE HIS INTERESTS. He ran cross country, played baseball, served on the Dance Marathon committee, was a student ambassador for the St. Vincent Sports Awards, was a contestant in Mr. University, took ceramics, learned to cook, joined the Hiking Club, and traveled to Norway (in January). He loved every single experience and learned so much about himself.

Paula Bray
Mother of Jordan (’15)

Lynn Finch

My University
Experience

University has been the best fit for our family, and I would not hesitate to recommend it. I can’t imagine a more committed, well-prepared, and dedicated group of educators. There’s big heart in this small school.

Lynn Finch
Mother of Tom (’17)

Mary Boustani

My University
Experience

I leave Back to School Night wanting to go back to high school. University allows kids to be teenagers, to be who they are and learn to accept others as they are, without needing to conform to a mold. There is not as much social drama at this school, which is nice.

Mary Boustani
Mother of Katreen (’15)