University Preparatory School is a free public grades 6-12 charter school sponsored by the Shasta Union High School District in Redding, California ... Read More
U.S. News & World Report ranked U-Prep #87 in California, #620 (top 1%) nationally and #118 in Charter High Schools in its 'Best High Schools in America' ranking 2020.Read More
U-Prep was recognized as a 2018-2019 ERP Honor Roll School.Read More
U-Prep is a California Distinguished School. This is the second time U-Prep has been awarded this title. Click on the logo for a description of U-Prep’s Model Program and PracticesRead More
In America’s Most Challenging High Schools 2017 by Washington Post, U-Prep is ranked 264 out of 2,324 schools nationwide; among strictly public schools in California, U-Prep ranks #22.Read More
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U-Prep 2020-21 Academic conferences are scheduled during the fall and spring semesters. The Academic Conference Bell Schedule is followed on Academic Conference days (Feb. 23-24; March 3-4).View the Schedule
Dear U-Prep Families,
It’s a wonderful celebration for our entire school-community that our doors have remained open for full-time in-person instruction for five weeks! A huge THANK YOU goes out to our amazing staff, students, and families for the unified support of necessary protocols and practices during this pandemic.
Looking for a way to support your students at U-Prep? The Wall of Wishes is a win-win for both families and our teachers. Simply visit our Wall of Wishes page and click on the teacher's picture that you wish to support ......
It’s a different kind of fall this year. Redding Recreation has decided to launch this season’s guide entirely online. While much of our fall lineup has been canceled as a part of a nationwide effort to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, we are excited to announce that there are still great things happening at Redding Recreation.View the Guide
My time at U-Prep was more than I hoped for. I had many opportunities to be a leader and I was totally set up for success.
After graduating, I went off to Santa Clara University. I started at SCU with my career in math confidently in mind, as we Panthers are taught to do.
After taking three years of Latin during high school, seeing the Ancient Roman architecture, culture and language in person seemed like a dream….