Education is a process based on feedback. The Wellington Engagement Index (WEI) is a tool that allows University students to chart their experience in our classes. Check out the initial results to see how engaged our students are.
This summer, University High School was one of seven independent schools nationwide invited to Washington, D.C. to participate in the first-ever NAIS SummitHack.
Three University High School faculty members enrolled in a Making Learning Visible course this spring. Learn more about the model and the components of group work and documentation.
Five University High School teachers recently completed the online Teaching for Understanding course. Discover what they learned.
Teachers discuss grades and what they communicate at the Central Indiana Summit on Grading & Assessment. The Summit was held May 6 at University High School.
Inspired in part by site visits and the E.E. Ford Fellows work, University High School will pilot two corequisite classes in 2017-18. Graphic Novels (art/English) and Race in America (English/social studies) will be the classes.