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Commencement Speech Contest

Seniors!

Interested in delivering the commencement speech?  Then here is your chance!  All copy of your speech is due to the front office by May 22.  All the details you need to know can be accessed by clicking here.

IMPACT is now taking applications!

IMPACT is a new student transitional program designed to acclimate new stduents to the University High School campus quickly.  Each and every student has aplace here and we are committed to helping new students feel comfortable and connecting them to one or more of the many clubs, athletics, performing or visual arts, leadership, or other opportunities on campus.  IMPACT is currently looking for the following positions to be filled for hte 2014-2015 school year. 
  • Program Organizers  organize and lead Team Leaders and mentors in the execution of the IMPACT program.  In addition, Program Organizers assist with designing  training for team leaders and mentors and activities for the new students.  Applicants must have had previous experience with IMPACT as a team leader or mentor.
  • Team Leaders have an IMPACT group of 4-6 new students AND oversee 3-4 mentors, each with their own IMPACT group.  Team Leaders are expected to assist other IMPACT groups with facilitation of activities and be a source of information.  Team Leaders report to a specific Program Organizer.
  • Mentors have an IMPACT group of 4-6 new students and are expected to contact those students before the school begins and throughout the first semester, meet with them on registration day, and conduct specific activities on assigned days through the freshmen homeroom.

Training is mandatory and will be on Thursday, August 21 from 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM.  Please, only apply if you are able to be trained. 

To apply for these positions, please click here

Yearbook Ads For Sale

Buy your yearbook ad right now! The form is now available @ www.balfour.com.  All ads must be submitted before April 25th!

Summer School Is Approaching

With summer a few months away, it is time to start thinking about summer school.  As a reminder, summer school is a district wide program that will be located at Irvine High School this year.  Enrollment is handled through the district, not through Uni.  More information can be found in the links below.

University High School Adopts a 7 Period Day and Homeroom!

University High School votes to adopt a new bell schedule that would include a zero period and a homeroom embedded on Fridays.  The vote passed with overwhelming support with 79% of the faculty voting for a new bell schedule and almost 65% voting for a homeroom.

The new bell schedule will allow those students that currently have to come back to school in the evenings to take performing arts classes, like choir, orchestra, band and drama, the opportunity to take those classes during the regular school day.  In addition, students wishing to take courses that are of service to the school, like ASB, Journalism, and Yearbook, could experience those courses without having to sacrifice other electives, athletics, or required coursework. 

The homeroom is designed to provide another means by which faculty and staff could connect to students outside the context of the academic classroom.  The idea is that a student would have the same homeroom teacher for the entirety of their high school career.  Assistant Principal Pate states that “we understand this is not a perfect method to connect students and teachers, nor do we believe that connections can’t be ‘forced’, but for a large portion of our student body, this will be a great place to not only create connections with teachers, but fellow classmates that they would otherwise not have an opportunity to meet and get to know.  As a teacher, it is special to get to know your homeroom students and watch them cross the stage at graduation.  I am confident this will be a great thing for the culture at University High School.”

If you have questions you can see our FAQs.

Weekly Bulletin

Bulletin April 21stBulletin Trojan

Monday, Tuesday, Friday: Periods 1-6
Wednesday and Thursday: Block Schedule

Upcoming Events:

Class Council Elections are April 25
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Residency Verification 2014

All 9th 10th and 11th grade students must turn in their 2014-2015 Address Verification Packet by April 30th for the student to continue enrollment at University High School or in Irvine Unified School District. You can download and use the form below, or you can also pick a packet up in the Front Office. The packet must include a copy of the Parent/Guardian’s Photo ID (either their Driver’s License or Passport) and 2 current utility bills. The bills must have the top and bottom portion of the bill. Please turn the completed packet to Mrs. Larson in the Counseling Office. If you have any questions you can contact Mrs. Larson @ or 949.936.7617.

By completing the form, you will be making a formal declaration that your child lives within IUSD’s attendance boundaries.  

Residency Verification and Affidavit Forms with fillable fields
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Trojan Thursday - April 10th

An update on our athletic fundraising campaignchinese pta

Last week we launched a fundraising campaign to try to raise funds to make some improvements to our outdated gym. We had a great response from the UNI community. The response shows how necessary these improvements are. If you would like to make a donation please drop off your check to the athletic office. All checks should be made out to UHS. You can also contact Kevin McCaffrey at if you need any additional information.

We want to send a special THANK YOU to the Chinese PTA who has donated over $4,000 towards this project.

Thank you to everyone who has donated to this project!

With Spring Break next week there will be no Trojan Thursday. Trojan Thursday will be back on April 24th.

Let’s take a look at how our teams are doing

Girls Track – Our girls track team won their meet v Beckman last Thursday by a final of 68-61. Some of the highlights included Christine Bennett winning the long jump and triple jump. Sarah Stern won the 800 and 1600. Sophie Ogunseitan won the 100 and Carolyn Werth won the 200. Reema Bzeih won the high jump. Lydia Haug won the shot put. Great performance girls. Our girls next compete against Northwood on the 24th.

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