Earlier this year, the University High School Board of Trustees completed an 18-month process of examining the needs of our campus over the next few decades, as our school grows to its end-state size. This process was comprehensive, taking into account the goals of incorporating our land into the school’s educational vision and making our campus a community asset for our neighbors, all while holding true to the mission and values that have grounded our school for nearly 20 years.
The Trustees partnered with Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf, a respected Indianapolis-based architecture firm, to develop a Campus Master Plan. This plan captures what our campus can look like for decades to come. It is meant to be a starting point – future school leaders may modify and adapt it – but it allows us to visualize the components of our campus so that we may begin to implement them as funding and interest allows.
The Trustees have shared this plan with the faculty and staff of University High School, and now we would like to share it with current families and other members of our school community.
On Wednesday, May 16 from 6-7 p.m., we will hold a Town Hall Meeting in Andrews Hall to discuss the future of University High School’s campus as well as to introduce the Campus Master Plan. We hope you will plan to attend. This meeting is open to all.