|Ad Astra Per Aspera (Latin) / To the Stars Through Diligence (English)
|Year of establishment
|2611 E. Matoian Way M/S UH 134 Fresno, CA 93740
University High School Fresno
University High School (UHS) is a charter high school. It is located on the campus of California State University, Fresno in Fresno, California. The school emphasizes college-prep academics as well as music studies.
The school opened in 2000 with Dr. Brad Huff as the founding Head of School. University High School is chartered by Fresno Unified School District and has special autonomy over its administration.
Prospective students must apply to UHS with at least intermediate-level proficiency in instrumental or vocal music. The school accepts approximately 130 new freshmen per year by lottery from its pool of applicants.
The curriculum offers students a college-prep course of study. In addition to high school courses in math, science, English, social sciences, and PE, students are also required to study two years of Latin and four years of musicianship, which entails musicology, music theory, audiation, and musical analysis. High school students are required to participate in music performance classes every semester, either playing an instrument or participating in choir.
University High School is a free public charter school that is located on the Fresno State campus. It offers a college preparatory curriculum in a supportive environment with small class size and free tutorial services. UHS enrolls approximately 130 students of incoming freshmen who are selected through a lottery process. UHS encourages all potential applicants and a parent to attend one of our Information Days. These orientations provide you the opportunity to learn about the program and tour the UHS campus.
The University High School Fresno is a Public university located in Fresno.
The University High School Fresno was founded in 2000.
The current president of University High School Fresno is Jennifer Hickman.