Welcome to UPrep, one of the best private schools in seattle!

University Prep is a place for talented students who take risks, push themselves to reach their full potential, and embrace diversity.” Head of School Ronnie Codrington-Cazeau

A commitment to inclusion, a legacy of innovation, and a culture of inspiration

University Prep is a 6-12 school where our students run with their minds. We offer an intellectually rich education that fosters deep inquiry and critical thinking and is powered by student engagement. Our students graduate UPrep ready for college and life.

Meet our Graduates

Meet Allie, a recent UPrep grad who was inspired by her involvement in the Queer Student Union, the theater program, and LaunchPad.

Meet Rohan, a recent UPrep grad who was inspired by his time playing drums in the jazz band and his GlobalLink trip to New Orleans, Louisiana.

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2021-2022 Quick Facts

  • 614 total students (267 Middle School, 347 Upper School)
  • New students from 48 different schools (57% private schools and 43% public schools)
  • 9:1 student-to-teacher ratio
  • Four in ten students identify as people of color
  • One in six students receive tuition assistance

From Our Community

With two completely different learners in our house, finding our family's best fit without having them in two different schools was a hurdle. UPrep has exceeded our expectations. The faculty and staff all know my children and family. The amount of teachers who care about our children's success has been overwhelming. From becoming new members of the community and feeling right at home from the start, to now looking for colleges with a high schooler, our family has utilized every aspect of the school's expertise, compassion, and experience to take our children to the next stage in their lives.” Current UPrep parent
The word include describes the essence of the community that is UPrep. It is a place where you are known and people are interested in helping you grow. That sense of inclusion makes it a powerful place to be and learn. Director of Middle School Susie Wu