Answer all application questions.
Incomplete applications will not be processed
Complete the University High School Student Application Form.
Under Student’s Music Proficiency, please indicate your background as vocal or list the instrument(s)
you play, along with the number of years’ experience.
Prepare responses to the two short-answer questions. While these are optional and do not factor into
your admission, they do help us get acquainted with you.
10th, 11th, and 12th-grade transfer applicants must submit a high school transcript.
Music Evaluation. Please choose one of the following:
Students taking music in middle school can show their music experience by submitting a 7th or
8th-grade transcript, showing a music grade.
Have a current music teacher complete and submit a Music Teacher Evaluation Form. The evaluation
must in a sealed envelope or mailed by the music teacher.
Call the UHS office and schedule a brief assessment with our Music Director.
Thank you for your interest in University High School. University High School is committed to equity in
its admissions process, and it is also required by state regulations to utilize a lottery to determine
admission if more applications are received than the Charter School has the capacity. Aside from residency
in the state, there is one requirement for a student to meet: applicants must have two years of prior
All UHS students will take classes in music theory and be enrolled in musical ensembles for four
years. Therefore, applicants should have a strong interest in vocal or instrumental music.
University High School traditionally accepts incoming 9th graders who apply in their 8th-grade year. Depending on our current class capacity, UHS also
accepts transfer students who wish to enter UHS in their 10th, 11th, and 12th-grade year. University High
School suggests all interested parents and students come to our informational days in the Fall and Winter.
If you think we are the right school for you, please apply and join us.