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 #57 in California, #427 (top 1%) nationally and #98 in Charter High Schools in its 'Best High Schools in America' ranking 2019.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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Academic conferences are scheduled through during the fall and spring semester. Priority is given to students in greatest need based on report card performance. The Early Release Bell Schedule is followed on Academic Conference days. Appointments for these conferences are scheduled by the Registrar. The conferences for the Spring semester of 2020 will be on February 26-27.See the Schedule
The February edition of Panther Pride is filled with vestiges of Winter Spirit Week, staff and student celebrations and of course, plenty of sports. U-Prep counselors included an abundance of useful information regarding upcoming events including state testing and college entrance exams.Read Now
Now is the time to put aside items you’d like to donate to this great fundraiser. All proceeds benefit the 2020 Sober Grad party. We need gently used clothes, furniture, kitchen and household items and much more! The rummage sale will take place on Saturday March 14th. We will be collecting items the week of March 9th-13th.Read More
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….