With the support of the University High School administration, the Riot Club will be hosting the second annual conference for high school women of color in the Bay Area on Saturday, March 17, at the UHS campus. You can learn how you, too, can support the conference by clicking here.
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San Francisco University High School is thrilled to announce that the 2018 Student Drama Series will take place at the beginning of March, showcasing seven completely new theatrical endeavors from seven UHS students.
On Thursday, January 18, the UHS community came together to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., at our annual MLK Day Symposium. This year's program, titled "Run Toward Fear: Dr. Martin Luther King’s Vision & Social Justice in the Trump Era," featured over two dozen breakout sessions led by nationally recognized thought leaders from the front lines of contemporary political debates. You can view the opening keynote panel here.
This year, we are delighted to be hosting the 41st annual Showcase at 465 Marina Boulevard. Located in the heart of the Marina District, the house marks the first time in Showcase history that we have been introduced to this historic neighborhood.
The venerable Yale Spizzwinks (the first and oldest underclassman a cappella group in the United States) visited the UHS campus on January 10, making for a perfect way to kick-off the spring semester!
Check out the Fall 2017 issue of The UHS Journal, with news on the incredible Paul Goode Field, University's innovative and beautiful athletic facility; an update on our evolving science curriculum; and the strong history of student activism at UHS.
Buy your tickets now for the UHS student production of Shakespeare's Measure for Measure, directed by UHS drama instructor Susannah Martin. Set on the mythical modern-day college campus of Vienna University.
UHS Art Instructor Kristin Landowski will be showing her ceramic work in the Jackson Street Gallery from September 22–October 27, with an artist's reception on Friday, September 22, from 5:00–7:00 p.m.