San Francisco University High School is thrilled to announce that the 2019 Student Drama Series will take place at the beginning of March, showcasing seven completely new theatrical endeavors from seven UHS students.
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Join us in welcoming these three new trustees, approved by the board on November 13, 2018.
Gracie Feinberg ‘19 was devastated when her favorite teacher, chemistry instructor Kelly Peach, was diagnosed with breast cancer. Wanting to better understand how the disease was affecting Kelly, Gracie participated in an existing independent study project on the biology of cancer and created her own to replicate an art installation that showed the beauty and vulnerability of women’s bodies as they experienced cancer.
Part of University’s strategic design is an ongoing commitment to supporting innovation in its curriculum. This past summer, UHS held the first session of “Summer at UHS: Connect.Invent.Design.” The most popular course was The Game of Life: Financial Literacy, with mathematics instructor Megan Storti. “In this gamified course, we held conversations that inspired kids to have fun while learning about money as a tool,” says Megan.
Do you know about the Parents Association Literacy Club? It’s a casual, fun, and highly evolved book club for UHS parents. Last year, they read Melting the Bluesby UHS alumni Tracy Chiles McGhee ‘88 and Pigskin Nation: How the National Football League Reshaped American Politicsby Jesse Berrett, UHS history instructor since 1996 - to name a couple.
Situated on picturesque Marina Boulevard, with a breathtaking view of the bay, this year’s Showcase house introduced new audiences to this 41-year-old signature event. Decorator Showcase is the primary fundraising vehicle for financial aid at University, and this year netted $500,000 for financial aid.