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University School Visual Arts Students win Numerous Arts Awards

Congratulations to our talented NSU University School visual arts students who did exceptionally well in the 2016 Regional Schoslatic Art Awards for Broward County. Upper School and Middle School artists won a total of three American Vision Nominee Awards, 28 Gold Keys, 25 Silver Keys, and 40 Honorable Mentions. Their…


Last Chance to Receive 45% Off at Camp Nova this Summer!

Camp Nova at NSU University School is open to students in kindergarten to grade 11, and provides campers with a summer full of smiles, laughs, fun with new friends, and plenty of good memories. Students can spend their summer mastering the art of archery, stunting in cheerleading, learning martial arts,…


Upper School Student is a candidate for the prestigious U.S. Presidential Scholars Program

Congratulations to NSU University School student, Jacob Ronkin, for being selected as a candidate for the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program, which honors some of our Nation’s most distinguished graduating high school seniors. The program recognized 4,000 students out of more than 3.3 million graduating seniors. Jacob is one of 125…


NSU University School hosts Cultural Unity Fair

Students in the Lower School enjoyed spending a week learning about different cultures during the annual Cultural Unity Week. Throughout the week, parents and grandparents volunteered their time to share their cultural traditions with our students in the classrooms. The week culminated with a Cultural Unity Fair, an event our…


Bound For Broadway Camp – NSU Discount Available

The NSU University School introduces “BOUND FOR BROADWAY” Summer Program for students age 11-18 and will run through June 13-July 8 from 9:00 a.m-3:30 p.m. with no camp on Monday, July 4. This camp is an immersive theatrical experience, designed to cultivate campers’ understanding in both performance and technical aspects…


USchool Entrepreneurs Impress at JA Fellows Shark Tank Competition

NSU University School, in partnership with Junior Achievement, offers students an opportunity to learn about entrepreneurship, financial literacy and workplace readiness. Twenty Upper School students are participating in the Junior Achievement Fellows Company Program (JA Fellows), an 18-week entrepreneurship program that teaches economics through real-world experience in business and develops…


NSU University School Student Qualifies for the National Physics Olympiad

Congratulations to NSU University School student Matthew Mann, grade 12, who qualified for the National Physics Olympiad.This high school physics competition promotes excellence in physics education and rewards outstanding physics students. Mann was the only student to qualify out of all private and public schools in Broward County. Mann now…


National Merit Scholarship Program Finalists

NSU University School is proud to congratulate Nisha Chaudhari, Karan Choudhary, Ariel Friedman, Shainal Gandhi, Zachary Guttman, Matthew Mann, and Jacob Ronkin on being named 2016 National Merit Scholarship Program Finalists. Based on the 2014 PSAT, academically talented students are the highest-scoring program entrants from Florida and represent less than one…


NSU University School Students Excel at 2016 Broward County Science and Engineering Fair

Congratulations to the NSU University School students who took home top awards in the Broward County Science and Engineering Fair. In fields ranging from health and medicine to zoology, technology and botany, students produced log books, scientific papers, and show boards with results from their extensive data research and discovery….


CAHSS and NSU’s University School Collaborate on Dance Performance

NSU’s College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (CAHSS) and NSU’s University School enjoyed a dance collaboration at this year’s Celebration of Excellence. Dance students in the Department of Performing and Visual Arts (DPVA) as well as dance students in the University School Dance Program performed together. The choreography was…


Do you know a Student Looking for a Fun Summer Job?

Camp Nova at NSU University School is hiring for the following positions: Junior Camp Counselor Senior Camp Counselor Specialty Counselor To apply for any of the positions listed, please visit NSUJOBS.COM or call 954-262-4521.


Innovation Labs Spark Ingenuity, Exploration and Discovery at University School

NSU University School continues to foster curiosity, tinkering, and iterative learning in the innovation labs in the Lower, Middle and Upper Schools. The uniquely constructed labs provide students with state-of-the-art technology and tools in a personalized learning environment designed to motivate and inspire them to imagine, create, construct, experiment, formatively…


USchool Students Observe Release of Rehabilitated Birds during Field Trip to Oceanographic Campus

High school students at University School had an extra benefit from a science class field trip to NSU’s Oceanographic Campus. The students observed firsthand the release of three rehabilitated birds into the wild at nearby John U. Lloyd Beach State Park in Dania Beach. The South Florida Wildlife Center rehabilitated and…


Students Partner with NASA and Fairchild Garden on Space Research

Astronauts aboard the International Space Station are in for a much needed treat as scientists at The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) plan to add more vegetables and plants to the astronauts’ existing food options. Growing plants and vegetables in space is no easy task, so NASA has partnered…


Distinguished NASA Scientist Meets with NSU University School Students

NSU University School welcomed a visit from NSU alumna, Gail J. Allen, D.B.A. Allen, deputy chief scientist at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), discussed NASA’s Involvement in the International Space Station, plans for astronauts to travel to Mars and climate change. During her presentation with Upper School students,…


USchool Student’s Teenography Business Wins Miami Herald Award

Katelyn Barclay, 17, is only a senior at USchool and is already at the helm of an enterprising business that’s receiving recognition from the local business community. During her junior year, Katelyn won the Miami Herald Business Plan Challenge – High School Track for her photography business, Teenography. Katelyn’s business…


NSU University School Teacher Receives Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching

President Barack Obama named 108 mathematics and science teachers across the United States as recipients of the prestigious Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.  Carlos Montero, a teacher at Nova Southeastern University (NSU)University School, was among those honored.  Montero currently teaches honors and AP chemistry in grades…


Passion Shines Through University School Student

The Florence A. DeGeorge Boys & Girls Club in Davie proudly offers a Chinese class to its children thanks to University School student Rachel Bomser, grade 11. Rachel started learning Chinese in sixth grade and is now enrolled in AT Chinese Language & Literature and affirms that teaching Chinese reinforces…


NSU Employees Save 35% on Kids Day Off Camp for Spring Break

Register Today for Spring Break at Camp Nova – Kids Day Off on Friday, April 3, 2015 at Boomers in Boca Raton. Inside Boomers huge, state-of-the-art game room you’ll fi nd incredible games to tickle your imagination. Whatever you can imagine is a virtual reality in the Boomers Game room….


University School Students Excel at the Broward County Science Fair

Congratulations to our University School Broward County Science Fair competitors! Upper School: First Place and State Finalists Billy Herskowitz Medicine and Health Shari Kumar Medicine and Health Neha Narang Engineering: Materials and Bioengineering Second Place Nisha Chaudhari Behavioral Sciences Elizabeth Cornfeld Engineering Third Place Morgan Clarke Microbiology Fourth Place Ethan…


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