Students learn technology and computational thinking skills from UPrep's Computer Science Teacher Tracey Sconyers.
Blog posts by members of the University Prep Community
This spring, 10th grade students in the Humanities Intensive explored modern global health issues. Here's a peak at a few of their final projects.
On Sunday, June 2, 2019, Kelly and Britten gave the commencement address to the Class of 2019. Their speech is excerpted below.
We are excited to help hold a space where multiracial students can explore all facets of their identity.
Students in the Duwamish Through Art and Science Intensive have been exploring the river and its people through a truly diverse set of interdisciplinary lenses.
Intensives provide a platform for our students to deepen their mastery of a topic, design a direction, and figure out solutions to authentic real-world problems.
A slight change in a common question can really open up the conversation with young people.
Four UPrep students participated in Global Online Academy's Catalyst Conference, and two won awards.