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A Glimpse into the Field of Photography

The digital photography program at University School provides an excellent introduction to the basic concepts for acquiring digital images and the process of manipulating the images with editing software such as Adobe Photoshop. For those students who discover a passion for the art of photography, the program offers advanced courses…


University School Students Participate in Earth Day Activities

USchool students celebrated Earth Day on Tuesday, April 22 by planting 200 Moringa seeds, in collaboration with Bio Planet International, for the Trees for Haiti Project. Bio Planet’s President Jack Haime explained to students the nutritional benefits of Moringa trees, how to plant them, and the importance of reforesting with native…


NSU Employees Receive Up To 45% Off at Camp Nova this Summer!

Camp Nova at University School of Nova Southeastern University 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,…


University School Signs 21 Student Athletes to Colleges on National Signing Day

On February 5, University School of Nova Southeastern University signed 21 student athletes to colleges across the country. National Signing Day, (usually the first Wednesday of February), is the first day that high school seniors can sign a binding National Letter of Intent for college athletics with schools that are…


University School Competes in Regional Math Competition

University School’s math team recently participated in the Florida Association of Mu Alpha Theta’s January Regional Math Tournament on the campus of FAU. Out of 41 schools and 1,292 students, our Upper School Calculus team consisting of Zachary Chase, Matthew Mann, Reuben Mann, and Gorden Yin won 5th place overall…


Kids Day Off Camp at Camp Nova

Kids Day Off for Grades K-5 on Lincoln’s Birthday – February 17. See flyer for details…


Former Professional Wide Receiver Brandon Harris Named Head Football Coach at University School of NSU

University School of Nova Southeastern University (NSU) continues its tradition of excellence by naming former Denver Broncos practice squad wide receiver Brandon Harris the new head varsity football coach and director of inclusion and special college placement. Harris is relocating from Phoenix, AZ where he was the director of admissions,…


University School Athletic Teams Among the Top

The Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) Academic Team Champion recognition program honors teamwork not only in competition, but in the classroom as well. The program recognizes teams in each of the Association’s 20 sanctioned sports and 10 recognized sports, naming an Academic Team Champion in each classification. All eligible…


The Stock Market Game Connects University School Students to the Global Economy

Fourth and fifth grade students are currently participating in The Stock Market Game, an international competition that teaches and reinforces core academic skills while imparting an understanding of the importance of saving and investing. Students are transported into real world investing as they create and grow virtual cash accounts into…


University School Students Expand Their Global Perspective

The University School French AP and French 5 Honors students visited the exhibit Hélène Berr: Une Vie Confisquée (A Stolen Life) at NSU’s Alvin Sherman Library.  The Mémorial de la Shoah in Paris designed this exhibit featuring the published journal of Hélèe Berr, a Jewish woman who documented her life…


Technology brings the Smithsonian American Art Museum to University School Students

Without leaving the school, University School students visited the Smithsonian American Art Museum in DC where they examined the cultural heritage of American Indians as captured by native and non-native perspectives from the nineteenth- and twentieth-centuries. Using videoconferencing and iPads, grade four students learned about the westward expansion in America…


University School Educates the Heart as well as the Mind

The Middle School character development curriculum is a research based program designed to help young children grow up to be healthy, caring, and responsible. The program promotes 40 Developmental Assets that help students succeed in school and life. Included are twenty external assets that focus on positive experiences with the…


University School Writers Impart Passion and Talent for Writing

The innovative University School Writing Fellows Program is based on a model originated at Brown University that is now in place at many campuses nationwide, including NSU. The program features advanced high school writers who bring personalized writing support directly to their peers in the areas of language mechanics, organization,…


University School Dance Teacher Recognized for Excellence in Arts Education

Toranika Washington, University School dance teacher, is among the twelve finalists who have been selected for the 2013 Broward County Arts Teacher of the Year. Finalists have been chosen from throughout Broward County’s public, private and charter schools in each of four categories (dance, theater, music and visual arts) for…


University School Students Craft, Create, and Build Worlds‎

Minecraft, a class where Lower School students explore the intensely creative video game in a completely safe and controlled environment, introduces engineering skills which students use to craft, create, and build a 3D world. In the game’s creative mode, science and technology come together and players learn to build vibrant,…


University School Golf Team Takes District Championship

The University School golf team recently made school history by winning the 1A district championship by 15 strokes. The team beat Miami Country Day, Chaminade and Sagemont.  Jordan Gumberg shot 71 to take medalist honors by 10 strokes. Gumberg also became the first University School golfer to win the individual…


University School Speech and Debate Team off to Great Start

In late September, the University School Speech and Debate team competed in the Mid-America Cup against 54 schools including teams from Washington, California, Texas, New York, Minnesota and was awarded the Lincoln Douglas Debate Overall Championship. Moreover, students David Branse and Saahil Jain earned bids to the Tournament of Champions….


Robotics Inspire U School Students to Innovate

The study of robotics directly addresses Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education and is nationally recognized as the most critical academic discipline for success in the 21st century. University School students engaged in the study of robotics gain an operational understanding of engineering allowing them to answer how electronic…


Lower School Student Leaders Introduce Earth Day Assembly

University School’s Green Team proposed and organized the first Lower School Earth Day Assembly and digital photography contest to propel fellow students to more actively recycle and to feel a greater sense of urgency about protecting our planet. At the heart of the effort were three grade 5 students –…


University School Sophomore Wins State and Advances to International Science Competition

Recognized for her examination of the global carbon crisis, University School sophomore Rachel Sereix, followed a first place win at the Broward County Science Fair with a first place win at the Florida State Science and Engineering Fair and an invitation to the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. As…


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