Honors & Awards

  • Tschampel is National Merit Finalist

    UCHS Senior John Tscampel has been named a 2017 National Merit Finalist. National Merit Finalists must have a record of consistently very high academic performance in all of grades 9 through 12 and in any college course work taken. Tschampel is also a member of the Latin Club, the drama club and he participated in the STARS (Students As Research Scientists) Program at The University of Missouri- St. Louis.

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  • Tall Earns WUSTL Full Ride Scholarship

    UCHS Senior Coumba Tall has earned a full ride scholarship wot Washington University. Tall was a member of the STARS scientific research program at UMSL this year. She plans to study medicine.

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  • Flynn Park GATE Students Excel

    Flynn Park Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) students had an outstanding showing at the Gifted Resource Council's Academic Challenge Cup Competition held at The University of Missouri-St. Louis

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  • Students Take Top Solo Honors

    Julian Bowens-Robinson, pictured, earned an Exemplary 1 rating at the MSHSAA District solo competition. Eight other UCHS musicians earned high marks at the annual competition with one moving on to the state competition.

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  • Butler Accepted to Fine Arts Academy

    University City High School student Shu'Rya Butler has been accepted to the Missouri Fine Arts Academy for their Summer Program. Shu'Rya will be staying in a dorm at Missouri State University and attending classes and workshops from June 4-24. She will earn college credit.

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  • Dr. MLK Student Leadership Honorees

    Student leadership is critical to creating a meaningful and rich student experience in The SChool District of University City. The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Student Leadership Award is presented to students who intentionally work to create a fair and just school community.

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  • Barbara C. Jordan GATE Students Score

    Barbara C. Jordan Elementary's 2nd grade Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) students placed fourth out of 24 teams at the Gifted Resource Council's Academic Challenge Cup.

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