Latest News from University High School
The 2019 University High School graduation ceremony will be held at The Palladium at the Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday, June 1 at 1 p.m. Get details about the ceremony.read more
See which students and faculty were recognized with department awards, Core Values Awards, and more at the 2019 Prize Day Program at University High School.read more
University High School is thrilled to welcome a new English teacher, Allyson Horton, starting in fall 2019. She joins Jamie MacDougall and Franklin Oliver as the newest additions to our faculty.read more
University High School senior Ari Atlas is the inaugural recipient of the Scott L. Ray Excellence in Science and Mathematics Scholarship. He received this award at Prize Day 2019.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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