On Tuesday, May 21 and Wednesday, May 22, all freshmen, sophomores, and juniors will take the California Standards Test (CST). This test is designed to test students in the four core areas and is considered an "end of course" assessment. This test is part of academic performance index used by the state to assess schools. In addition, the information is valuable to us in helping teachers and administrators evaluate effectiveness of programs. Although students cannot "study" for the exam, they can get a good night's sleep, eat a healthy breakfast with protein, and do their best work. Thank you for taking it seriously.
Congratulatiosn to Katherine Wang (senior) and Aki Barber (Junior) for winning the Vans Shoes Custom Culture competition for the Pacific Region! Thanks to your votes, they have made the top 5 and will be judged in June by Vans and celebrity judges for the overall nationwide award. They will travel to New York to represent University High School at the Vans Custom Culture finals. Good luck ladies!
8th Grade Family Night 2013 Powerpoint
Verification Forms (click here)
2013-2014 Address Verification Packets
All 9th - 11th Grade Students Must Turn in by May 1st.
Please fill out the forms and attach the required documents.
Parents or Students may turn in the forms to Mrs. Larson in the Counseling Office!
2013 Summer School
IUSD High School Summer School Course Catalog
Summer School Registration
IPSF Academic Camps Course Catalog
The Princeton Review Company has donated one Ultimate SAT Prep or ACT Prep Program to the University High School Baseball Team. The original cost of the program is $1,099. If you would like to purchase this program at a discounted rate, please email Coach Chris Conlin at email@example.com.
Chinese: Please contact Chinese Language Program teacher Mrs. Kang at firstname.lastname@example.org or (949)936-7648 if you have any question or need a placement test.
New and Improved Life After High School Guide (click here)
Enrollment for Students NEW to IUSD
Register Here for
University High School
(Students new to the district must go through the enrollment process first)
Bullying / Cyber-bullying:
University High School takes bullying very seriously. We teach students the values of integrity, mutual respect, personal and social responsibility, and compassion and expect demonstrations of those values on and off campus. Furthermore, every student has a right to come to a school in a hostile free environment.
Students who feel they are subject to bullying are encouraged come speak to a counselor, administrator, teacher or any adult on campus. The school is equipped to help, but needs to know in order to address issues that arise.
Here are some valuable resources for students, parents, and teachers:
In the fall, after each high school has disaggregated information from the athletic student interest survey, the Activities Director and Clubs Commissioner will hold a meeting to review with interested students the Competitive Athletic Club Initiation Guidelines as well as to discuss current Competitive Club offerings.
Click here for the Administrative Regulations regarding Competitive clubs on campus.
updated on 5/15/13