U.S. News & World Report ranked U-Prep #63 in California, #471 (top 1%) nationally and #102 in Charter High Schools in its 'Best High Schools in America' ranking 2021.Read More
U-Prep was selected as thein Best of the North State 2020!
U-Prep was recognized as a 2019-2020 ERP Honor Roll School.Read More
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Monday, May 24, will be the last day of a regular class schedule for the second semester of the 2020-2021 school year. On Tuesday, 5/25, through Thursday, 5/27, high school students will take final exams. Junior High students will follow the same schedule but will not be taking comprehensive final exams unless they are in high school classes. The increased class time will be used for culminating activities.See the Schedule
The weather is getting warmer and the trees are beginning to bloom alongside sports and events at the U! The Musical and athletic events are on their way back to campus and U-Prep couldn't be more excited about the news! Take a closer look for great photos and news, including information from our Student Services Center and exciting happenings within the VAPA (Visual and Performing Arts) program.Read the Newsletter
Mark your calendars! Cheer tryouts will be in person May 17 - 19th from 5:30 - 7:00 PM. Cheer Application packets will be in the office next week or they can be obtained by emailing Mrs. Adams at email@example.com.
There is a VIRTUAL mandatory informational meeting prior to tryouts on May 4th. Click on the virtual link to attend on May, 4th 6:00 PM.Read the Flyer
As a service to U-Prep families, voluntary COVID-19 testing is available to students on-campus on the dates noted below. Requests for testing must be completed online by 4:00pm on the Tuesday preceding the testing date.Read More
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