Students Ilwad, Paige, and Auggie, 10th grade, talk about helping run UPrep's first Student Organized Consent Conference in Seattle.
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The theme of February's Town Hall, presented by Head of School Ronnie Codrington-Cazeau was Community Here, Now, and in the Future.
Read about how you can celebrate the ULab's impact on the future of UPrep by attending UPrep Together!
Intensives give UPrep students the opportunity to focus on one course for three weeks, resulting in deep engagement and discovery.
Read about two UPrep students' culminating projects and their alumni mentors. Pictured above is a painting by student Karina M.
Read an excerpt written by Assistant Head of School for Academics Ed Billingslea from the upcoming UPrep Magazine.
The Miyoshi family chose UPrep because it offers a full package of learning and student life opportunities.
UPrep students bring back their learning from a recent student leadership conference.