Spanish Teacher Elena Tello Portoles says the teachers at UPrep don’t just teach a subject; we really want to support and allow our students to blossom for who they are.
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English Teacher Mawee Aguon and History Teacher Damin Bauer have both served in the U.S. Army.
Joel Meyers ’17 stands in front of the theatre where he will make his Broadway debut.
History Teacher Pat Grant poses for a photo taken by 12th grade student Sydney G.-D.; this article is a reprint from the October 6 issue of the The Puma Press, the Upper School student paper, followed by a Q& A with Sydney.
Above: In October 2022, the foundation of the future ULab building was formed; this three-story building, which opens fall 2023, will extend our current footprint with inspiring learning spaces.
Left to right, starting with top row: Ethan M., Claire C., Diego R., Ben R., Hebaq H., Max R., Julia C., Sofia P., Sydney G.-D., Sam H., Peter K., Chris P. and Linda N., who is not pictured above, are being recognized as either National Merit Commended Scholars or National Recognition Program Scholars.
Beruk S. (second from right) at the U.S. Capitol Building with students from his Anti-Oppressive Studies course, part of the Telluride Association Summer Seminar six-week program.
UPrep Counselor Cindy Taketa, pictured above with her dog and husband, joined our community in fall 2022.