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Our focus at the high school is your student. Each day, our dedicated staff is working our best to provide your student the best education we can. Our high school teachers go above and beyond to ensure your student achieves academic success.

A Message From Our Principal

    Dear High School Families,

    We have had a wonderful start to the school year! Students and teachers have settled in to the routines of school, and we are excited to see what this year will bring.

    Homecoming came quickly this year. By the time you are reading this article, it will have come and gone. Sports teams are off to good starts this year with cross country, volleyball, football, tennis, cheer, dance, and pep band, as well as many sports outside of our school that University students compete in (soccer, hockey, golf, and gymnastics, to name a few). Please encourage your students to get involved in school activities. Whether in arts, athletics, or activities (even as a spectator), these activities have a huge positive impact on students. One article I read stated that participation in extra-curricular activities makes you three times more likely to have a GPA over 3.0, and that students who participate in extra-curricular activities average nearly 100 points higher on SAT scores. Not to mention all the important life lessons, positive self-image, and sense of belonging that we know are important for young people.

    The conference window is open. If you have not already met with your student’s advisor, please schedule a conference as soon as possible. Also, if you have questions or concerns for a teacher who is not the advisor of your student, please feel free to make an appointment with any of the teachers who work with your student. We do not intend for conferences to replace all other teacher communication. If you would like, you can also ask the advisor to get information from another teacher or see if he/she would be available to join the conference. Our goal is to help each student to be successful, and early communication with advisors and teachers can help get students the support and clarity they need to give them the best opportunity for positive outcomes.  

    Thank you for sending such a wonderful group of students to our school each day. I know that each of our 600+ students are a product of the home you have created, and that your hours and years of work as parents have helped them to become the delightful young people that we get to spend our days with each week. Please continue to let us know how we can partner with you as our students make their journey through high school.

    Sincerely,

    Jeff Casey

    Jeff Casey
    High School Principal
    jcasey@universityschools.com

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