The Fine Arts Department is incredibly excited to host our first annual off-campus Spring Visual Arts Showcase on Saturday, May 5 at the Urban Light Studio in Greenwood!
Blog posts by members of the University Prep Community
There are so many Global Link stories that's it hard to know where to begin.
We cannot confront failure until we accept its presence in our own lives, particularly to see how, without it, we would be less whole.
Junior Patience Probst allowed us to share the wonderful lessons she has already learned during her semester away at Oxbow and summarizes in her blog.
Social Justice Day (SJD) has quickly grown to be one of the hallmark events at University Prep. Yearly on this day, Middle and Upper School students, staff, faculty, and guests are given the opportunity to dive deep and engage in topics and discussions that they may not get to have on a day-to-day basis.
We are so excited to have the opportunity to see the critically acclaimed exhibit, Figuring History: Robert Colescott, Kerry James Marshall, Mikalene Thomas, at the Seattle Art Museum during the upcoming #WeAreUPrep event! This show is the first time these three African American artists have been displayed together and all three address the histories of people of color told through large-scale, powerful works.
Maria Langworthy and Scottie Nash have a unique view of the UPrep academic program. As both parents and education specialists, they speak to Next Generation Learning from their knowledge of current practices in education and their hopes for their own children. Richard Kassissieh caught up with Maria and Scottie to ask what they thought of Intensives, the new UPrep academic term that will launch next year.
Both our Middle and Upper School Robotics teams came together as a result of strong student initiative and leadership, and both teams exceeded expectations in their first season of competition.