- MonFeb27 Faculty In-Service Day - No Classes
- MonMar13 Professional Day - No Classes
- TueMar14 Senior Parent Evening "Saying Goodbye" 7:00 PM to 8:30 PMM-202
- FriMar17 Spring Concert 2017 7:30 PM to 9:30 PMUHS Theater
- TueMar21 Sophomore Parent/Guardian Coffee "Looking Ahead to Junior Year" 8:30 AM to 10:00 AMJSL
- WedMar22 Sophomore Parent Evening "Looking Ahead to Junior Year" 7:00 PM to 8:30 PMLibrary
The Student Drama Series is coming! San Francisco University High School is thrilled to announce that the 2017 Student Drama Series will take place at the beginning of March, showcasing seven completely original projects from seven UHS students!
UHS ninth-graders bumped into California State Senator Scott Wiener on their field trip to the Castro neighborhood of San Francisco earlier this week during University's annual Neighborhood Visit Day, a part of the school's Community Engagement Program.
UHS Head of School Julia Russell Eells recently wrote to our alumni community to introduce Marianna Stark '89, University's new director of alumni engagement and giving.
This week, UHS English teacher and mentor Melissa Mirza was presented with the A Better Chance (ABC) Hero Award by her student, Zoe T. '19 , who also nominated her.
San Francisco artist Eileen Goldenberg will exhibit her latest paintings in the Jackson Street Gallery next month. The exhibition will kick off with an opening celebration on Friday, February 3, from 5:00–7:00 p.m. We hope you will be able to join us!
University and Lick-Wilmerding met again for their annual basketball match-up at Oracle Arena this past Thursday, with the boys' team emerging victorious (57–43) and the University women ultimately losing a hard-fought battle (23–29).
University High School held its annual symposium this week in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, with speakers, discussion sessions, community-building, and affinity group meetings. The day's featured speaker was Dr. Clarence Jones, the noted advisor, lawyer, and friend of Dr. King's.
University High School's production of six/eleven, written by local Bay Area playwright E. Hunter Spreen and directed by UHS Theater Instructor Susannah Martin, will open on the UHS stage on Friday, January 20.